You will also soon realize you weren’t as creative, funny, intelligent, or smart as you look back at the tweets you made your followers suffer.
Twitter has kept its promise of deploying an ‘archive’ feature that allows users to download every single 140-character tweet they have fired into the Twitter-verse.
According to The Next Web, Twitter has already rolled out the feature to a small section of users. To see if you have it, just go to the Settings page, and scroll down and look for ‘Your Twitter Archive’ section. Much like Facebook, users will first have to submit a request to Twitter to download their entire archive. Twitter will collect, process and build all of the tweets and send the user a download link when it’s ready.
The archive is done in HTML, with a nice Twitter-like interface and organized in a calendar format. Users also get fancy graphs that shows when they have been most active on Twitter.
It is unclear when Twitter plans to roll out the archive feature to all of its users, but we are hoping it will end of this year.