Less than 1% of tweets contain geolocation meta data.

Users may choose to send tweets tagges with certain geolocation data. This geolocation data may be a place name such as a city or neighborhood or the precise location with latitude and longitude data. In either case they will be shown on the map, but if the location data is a place name it will not show the specific location but the general area in a blue translucent color.

  • Zoom in on a hot spot to reveal more information
  • Select a blue pin to see the specific tweet
  • Change the Map Style to suit your need
  • Turn off Place Name mapping with the Toggle Place Overlays-button.


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  • Toggle Place Overlays


Report Settings

  • Limit. Sets the maximum number of tweets with geolocation data to be shown.


Learn more about geolocation and tweets.

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