Twitter Advanced Connections (Building a Twitter Query)

In addition to Hashtag, Username, Likes, and Lists connections, TINT allows you to aggregate content from Twitter using an "Advanced" connection which lets you build your own Twitter query.

The best way to build a query and test if it’s valid and will return matched Tweets is to first try it at If the query returns results, you can simply insert the query as-is into the advanced query field when adding a Twitter "Advanced" connection.


The following is a list of public Twitter search operators to help you in building your queries with some examples below:

Please note that all Twitter "Advanced" connections use the Twitter Search API, which limits us to only retrieving results from the last 6-10 days. For more information please visit our support article on Missing Tweets

If you run into any issues building queries please don't hesitate to contact Technical Support at

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