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  • #923

    elenalucchi
    Participant

    Hi, where do I see the results of the search?

    Is that under STATS? I have 0, is that normal?

    #925

    mhawksey
    Keymaster

    Hi – there should be a sheet called Archive (renaming this sheet will break the template)

    #930

    sariahlf
    Participant

    Hi Martin,

    First, thank you so much for contributing with this amazing project.

    I have been reading the code and i have been trying to understand in its most how it works, and to adapt it to what i need.
    There is something that i haven-t figured out how to do it yet. Is it possible to write the tweets retrieved in a descendant way, i mean. Each new tweet push all the first tweets to new rows. And the new tweets harvested are written in the first rows of the sheet. Is it possible to store the tweets from the 2nd line to n-line, and if there are new ones, to keep been written from the n-line to m-line?

    Hope to be clear with my concern.

    Looking forward to your reply.
    Thanks for your time.

    Warm regards,

    Sariah

    • This reply was modified 6 months, 1 week ago by  sariahlf.
    #934

    mhawksey
    Keymaster

    Hi

    Each new tweet push all the first tweets to new rows. And the new tweets harvested are written in the first rows of the sheet.

    This is how the script already works 🙂

    Is it possible to store the tweets from the 2nd line to n-line, and if there are new ones, to keep been written from the n-line to m-line?

    Not sure what you mean by this. They way the script currently works is

    If there is a tweet in row 2 of Archive then send id to Twitter with search term else just send search term. If there are n tweets in the result insert n rows into Archive from row 2 and add new data

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