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If you're unfamiliar with Twitter query language, you can get some inspiration from examples below or check out cheatsheet on all possible options.

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Need help?

Building Twitter queries can be a bit confusing at start. You can check out the Twitter's official documentation and the examples below to help you get started.

Examples queries

Looking for some inspiration? You can mix and match to compose your own.

Tweets with the word `microsoft`
Tweets from the New York Times.
microsoft OR apple
Tweets with the word `microsoft` or `apple`. Note that `OR` must be capitalized.
"I like windows"
Text in quotes will find match tweets containing exactly `I like windows`.
"I need help" #javascript
Will find tweets of people looking for help on JavaScript
"I need help" #javascript -is:retweet -has:links
Same as the previous one, but excludes retweets and tweets with links