Threaded Tweets

December 6th, 2008

Update: Check out the conversations that were generated using this tool 🙂

Have you had a tough time following a conversation on twitter? Only to find that a frustrated you had to wait until the last tweet in the thread was done and then you navigated through the replies backwards. Not anymore 😀

Visit and give the last twitter ID in the whole conversation list & watch as the page gets populated with tweets in the order in which they were posted.

This was quickly hacked up in an hour & hence its kinda very rough. Kindly use this and give me feedback.


9 Responses to “Threaded Tweets”

  1. Ramesh Says:

    Bug report:

    I get the below js error after clicking the button in both FF3.0 and IE7.

    d.user is undefined
    Line 20

  2. Aswin Anand Says:

    Ramesh, I tried it just now. it works fine. Pls let me know what tweet you gave.

  3. jegadesh Says:

    Hi Aswin,

    It dint work for me. It says “Loading… Please wait” for a long time.. I tried ur name (aswinanand)and mine “jegadesh” I am using Mozilla 3.0.4

  4. Aswin Anand Says:

    Jegadesh, its not your twitter ID. It’s tweet ID. That is, for every twitter update (tweet) that you post, you get a unique ID. Moving over the time-stamp associated with a twitter update will give you that number. Paste that number here & wait-n-watch as the whole conversation unfolds.

    As an example, try giving this number for tweet ID – 1050955306.

    I will update that page with this explanation.

  5. Aswin Anand Says:

    Jegadesh, I have clarified the Tweet ID confusion now by adding an image above the text box. Please check it out and let me know.

  6. jegadesh Says:

    Oho cool Aswin.. I like it. Good work.

  7. Sudar Says:

    I use this Greasemonkey userscript for nested tweets

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