twDocs is a free to use web service that helps its users port their Twitter information to an offline document. The web service can be exceptionally useful if you want to analyze your Twitter data by first making it static or if you simply want to export your Twitter updates to an offline for viewing on a handheld device on the go. Using the website is very simple.
You start by authorizing it access to your Twitter account. From then onwards, you are able to select the information you want to have exported to an offline document. This information includes your latest tweets, latest tweets from the people you follow, your favorite tweets, and your mentions. You can also export direct messages, both sent as well as received, latest search results for a query, latest tweets from a specific users, favorite tweets of a specific user, and mentions of a specific user can also be downloaded.
You then choose the file format in which this data will be exported. Supported file formats include PDF, DOC, XML, CSV, TXT, XLS, and HTML. Advanced options let you control exactly what information will be displayed on the document. For instance, you can opt out of having the tweet labels, authors, and IDs being displayed on the offline document.
With your settings done, all you have to do is click on the Go button. The offline file is made ready for downloading.
- A user friendly web service.
- Lets you download Twitter information to an offline file.
- Supports PDF, DOC, XML, CSV, TXT, XLS, and HTML file formats.
- Lets you control the amount of detail shown for each tweet.
- Similar tools: Export.ly and TweetBackup.
Check out twDocs @ www.twdocs.com