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On Twitter, people are constantly discussing what's happening in their neighborhood and around the world.

Search allows you to see what people are saying across the globe about a topic that you're interested in right at this very moment.

Access Twitter search by clicking the search bar on any Twitter page.

You can also access the search page without logging in to Twitter by going to search.twitter.com. With hundreds of millions of tweets being sent every day, you can search for just about anything, from a news event in your hometown to a national sporting event to your favorite food.

As you type, you'll see your recent searches, as well as suggested results based on what's popular and who you follow.

Search results will appear instantly featuring a mix of tweets, users, and multimedia posts.

Choose from the "Top" or most popular tweets for your search, or "All," to see all new tweets matching your search.

As people tweet more things relating to your search, you can click "new results" at the top to see them.

Your "Recent Searches" will be listed in a dropdown underneath the search bar the next time you click on it, but you can remove individual searches or all your recent searches, if you want.

TwitterA popular microblogging platform that lets users connect and share information with friends, celebrities, companies and more via short messages.SearchThe process of typing keywords relating to a topic into a search engine in order to find results.Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.TweetThe standard microblog post on Twitter, which is limited to 140 characters.Event1. An alert or triggered notification; 2. a Web page created on Facebook that contains time and location details for an occasion; 3. a Web-based overview of an offline happening.Favorite1. A Web address or website item saved for quick access in the future; 2. a marked or saved item for later reference within a Web application.Follow1. To subscribe to the activity, messages and/or content of another member of a site; 2. to click on a link.PostAn entry published on a blog, microblog, forum, or social networking site.Twitter2110Find Tweets on Your Favorite Topics
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