Tweet Transcript

A table of tweets matching the specific search term

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Written by Curtis Farnham
Updated over a week ago

The Tweet Transcript widget lists tweets matching a specific search term or the overall dashboard query. 

You can adjust some of the features and options in this widget to your preference.

Let's review them below.

You can zero in on the specific conversations by filtering the stakeholder labels. Click on the stakeholder label to select and again to select all or click 'Clear.'

If you want to search for a specific tweet or profile, you can do so in the text input fields.

You can choose to view all tweets or exclude retweets by clicking the option. 

By default, the 100 most recent tweets are shown. You can choose to view up to 1,500 tweets at a time.

Tweet Transcript Widget Options

The icons in the upper right corner of the section provide several additional options.

Add Notes: You can add notes for this specific widget section to display for yourself or other team members.

Random - To get a random sampling for research purposes select the Random toggle under the settings (gear) icon. 

Export as CSV - Download the transcripts as an Excel file.

Read Help Article - The associated Help article will open in a new browser tab.

API Query - The code for the associated API query will display in a pop-up box.

Refresh - The section data will refresh.

Remove - This widget section will be hidden and removed from the dashboard. To view this widget section again, scroll to the bottom of the entire dashboard and click on the icon associated with this widget.

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