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Tweet Deck allows users to personalize their Twitter experience by customizing multiple columns, which is ideal for highly active users who need to consume or analyze lots of information.With collections, you can organize Tweets according to topics, events, interests, conversations, and more, all in real-time.Click on the search box located in the navigation bar and your previous searches will be displayed on a drop-down menu.You can always clear your previous searches by clicking on Clear history at the bottom on the drop-down menu.A new dropdown menu can quickly take you to any position in your columns, with arrow buttons to the left and right letting power users jump between several at once.Columns can also be rearranged from this menu with a simple drag-and-drop interface.
Just add a Tweet column and search for the user you would like to single out in the search box.
Let’s say you only want to search for Tweets that include images of San Francisco.
You can create a search column using the keywords “San Francisco filter:twimg”.
Here’s how to schedule a Tweet: Advanced search After you run a search, you will be give the option to customize your results even further.
You can alter your search in several ways: “showing”, “matching”, “excluding”, “written in”, and “retweets”.
Typeahead When you begin to type characters into the search box, Tweet Deck will run a real-time search that effectively attempts to autocomplete your search term, surfacing potentially relevant search topics and accounts.