Quick Review of Snapbird.org, a Great Twitter Search Tool, Plus My First 12 QuickPhotoTips

A while back, I was trying to search for some messages inside of Twitter’s native app, and the results were not very good. Unless I’m doing something wrong, when I searched my user name “from:andrewdarlow” and added the words “QuickPhotoTip,” it only returned 8 out of 12 of my QuickPhotoTips (very odd). So I went searching for a better tool, and I found a free online Twitter search app at Snapbird.org.

The Snapbird.org simple, yet powerful interface

After authorizing the app, I was able to add my name and a search term, and it went searching through my Tweets (hundreds at a time). It found all of the QuickPhotoTips, unlike Twitter’s native app. I then wanted to embed them in this article, so I put my thinking cap on and decided to make a PDF via Apple’s built-in PDF tool that allows you to “Print to a PDF.” I then searched for some PDF embed options and remembered Scribd.com, so I used that, and embedded it below via that excellent free tool:

Andrew Darlow’s Quick Photo Tips (001-012) by Andrew Darlow

Just click on the links after any of the shortened tips above, and you will be redirected to my Facebook Page where you can read the full text.

I hope you enjoy the tips! If you’d like to read more, I invite you to LIKE my FB page at https://www.facebook.com/andrewdarlow (there you’ll find 3000+ links to articles, gallery exhibitions, more photography tips, Lightroom/Photoshop videos and tutorials, etc.). Or you can just click on the LIKE button to the right to like the page if you are logged into Facebook. And you can find my full Twitter feed at https://www.twitter.com/andrewdarlow.

I think Snapbird.org is an invaluable resource for anyone looking for anything that has been “Tweeted,” especially if you have specific Twitter users/feeds that you’d like to search.