While Facebook makes it easy to delve into your social network memories with it’s On This Day feature, Twitter doesn’t have an equivalent feature or service. If you’re curious to see what you were tweeting in the past, you can either go the painful route of scrolling through your feed, search Twitter using a service like Snapbird, you can do that with the free iOS app, TweetStory.
TweetStory lets you see tweets ranging from 2007 to the current year, so if you’re one of the early adopters, there’s going to be a small chunk of time you can’t delve into.
After you download the app and log in with your Twitter account, you’ll see what you were tweeting exactly one year ago today, two years ago today, and so forth, up to nine years ago. That’s all there is to it. While you can’t check to see what you were tweeting on other days of the year, this is a great way to get a sense of where you were anywhere from one to nine years ago.
As far as the settings go — there’s not much there for you to do — aside from removing ads if you want for $0.99.
And of course if you’re curious to see what your first ever tweet was, you can use Twitter’s Discover feature which will reveal your first tweet, as well as let you see what other users said in their first tweet.
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