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badgermonkey007
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Flowing from Twitter to Excel

Hello

 

I've built a flow that picks up a range of titles/usernames from twitter to save them into an excel sheet.  It's not picking up any errors from the running.

 

The flow has my twitter feed linked to it.  

 

Does the flow only pick up from the associated twitter username?  Or does it pick up from the twitter noise in general?  If the former, is it possible to make it the latter?

 

thanks in advance for any pointers.

 

ttfn

 

 

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Flowing from Twitter to Excel

Hi @badgermonkey007 ,

 

Could you please share a screenshot of the configuration of your flow?

 

Best regards,

Alice       

 

Community Support Team _ Alice Zhang
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badgermonkey007
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Re: Flowing from Twitter to Excel

Hello Alice. Capture.PNG

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Dual Super User
Dual Super User

Re: Flowing from Twitter to Excel

Hi @badgermonkey007 

 

The Search Tweets action returns with the latest 20 tweets by default based on your search text. For example: T1.PNG

 

The above action would return me the latest 20 tweets from the account 'yashagarwal1651' and '#PowerAddicts'. It wouldn't really matter where you place the holders i.e., the hastag text first or the username first. See the screenshot below:

 

T2.PNG

This above action would pretty much return the same result as the first one did. Now note that you can change the maximum results and it would still return a maximum of 100 tweets only. If you use just a hastag or a particluar keyword, it would return the latest tweets from the general noise (provided you did not include a username). Please see the screenshot below:

T3.PNG

The above action would return a total of 100 tweets with the mentioned hastag. these 100 are the latest tweets (from the general noise as we have not provided any usernames) that have mentioned that particular tag. 

 

Hope this Helps!

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