To effectively monitor your brand on Twitter, it’s imperative that you’re able to quickly zero in on the topics and discussions you need to know about. And TweetReports “Filter Results” let’s you do just that.
Filter Results options include;
- Show or exclude @ replies
- Show or exclude Retweets
- Show or exclude results that contain links
- Show results that include: (Keywords)
- Drop results that include: (Keywords)
- Filter by Location
- Filter by Positive, Negative or Neutral Sentiment
The following how-to video demonstrates how this powerful feature allows you to refine your Twitter search with just a couple clicks. Simply define what information you want included or dropped from your Twitter search results and let our filters do the rest.
How To Filter Search Results
Without Starting A New Search
Note: The above video is out-of-date. Our filter results tool has been upgraded to include more options (as shown in the above image). We’re currently creating a new video to demonstrate the newer features.
I work for a company called Tegile Systems. Doing a twitter search on “tegile” returns a bunch of useless tweets from Indonesia. I guess that is a word in their dictionary. Is their way to use a NOT operator in the location search field? I am trying to create a search operator that returns tweets that include “tegile” AND “NOT from Indonesia”
Any guidance is appreciated,
Hi Rob – For your specific search, I’d recommend using the “Filter by language” option and select ‘English’ from the dropdown menu. It’s not shown in the graphic above — we need to update the image to reflect all of the options. That will remove the extra unwanted tweets you mention.