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Why don't I see media and full text in my tweets?

Twitter keyword-based content feeds, Twitter user feeds
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David Logan
Updated 3 months ago

RSS Ground uses standard X (Twitter) API to request content on your queries from Twitter. Twitter itself doesn't guarantee to be an exhaustive source of tweets, and not all tweets will be indexed or made available via the search interface.



We do our best to provide you with all available content from Twitter.

Sometimes you can notice that some of the tweets in your feed don't have media (image or video) and have a text shorter than the original.

Feed item example:




Original tweet example:



Officially Twitter returns only media that was manually added to the tweet (was shared via Twitter features) but not fetched by Twitter through links mentioned in the tweet. Also, Twitter automatically limits the length of tweets returned, most of them are returned already truncated.


Please also note, each Twitter feed will contain up to 100 unique tweets. Only tweets that are not older than 7 days will be shown in Twitter feeds.



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