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Twitter considered as one of the most effective social media platforms, has over 200 million active users worldwide. The company has recently announced a new development in its site. Now the users can access all the notifications they have posted till date. Twitter would send the users the whole archive of 140-character messages.
As of now, the service is available only for the users availing English version of the site. With regards to the new development, the company said that it would be providing the users with download links that contain archives of all the messages tweeted on the site in a single file.
Mollie Vandor, a Twitter engineer gave a statement that the service would be certainly apt for users wanting to recollect their past happenings in Twitter.
The company came up with its service in 2006 when the youngsters were given access to a tool to send messages or notifications or discuss on various frivolous topics. The service was of great demand throughout the Middle East especially in the fields of media controlled by the government.
Especially when the Superstorm Sandy created a buzz later in the year, media companies were seen opting for the services of Twitter to derive necessary information. With this regard, in 2010, the Library of Congress preserved the tweets of citizens over various discussions made in order to form a convenient strategy towards the cause. The tweets from the public in a day account to 400 million.
The new development was revealed by Jack Dorsey, the Executive Chairman of Twitter.