How to create a PDF Diary with your Tweets?

Do you want to preserve all your tweets in the form of a PDF? Now you can do so by making a PDF diary with all your tweets. Here is how to create a PDF diary with your tweets.

images (3)For this purpose, a free web service known as Tweetbook is available to assist you for making the PDF resembling to a diary. This will include the tweets posted by you as well as those which you favourited on your Twitter account. Besides, this PDF can be used as a backup of your twitter account and also for taking print outs of your tweets.

Since Tweetbook employs oAuth, it is not required to share personal information such as Twitter password with the service provider. However, it only needs permission to access your tweets. Besides, this service is linked with Scribd in order to provide you the opportunity to publish your online PDF ebooks instantaneously. You won’t even have to download the required files to your desktop.6AvyNPK4hvPIxNHttHsZnDl72eJkfbmt4t8yenImKBVaiQDB_Rd1H6kmuBWtceBJ

Moreover, this free Tweetbook service can also be used for saving all your tweets so that it can be accessed even when you are offline. It can be saved in the form of XML files as backup or for importing the tweets to another CMS system at a later period of time.

However, Tweetbook can consider only the recent 3200 tweets for converting into PDF ebook due to certain limitations. But keeping aside this minor glitch, this free web service is very effective for conserving your valuable tweets.

images (2)Hence, try it out and remove all your worries since you have secured all your precious tweets efficiently!

Swasti Pujari
Swasti Pujari

Swasti Pujari is a versatile Engineer, blogger, content writer, and Social Media Enthusiast. With a passion for technology and creativity, she has devoted her career to solving engineering challenges and crafting engaging content. Her online presence is a strategic platform for connecting with people and sharing insights. Swasti's unique blend of technical expertise and creative expression has made her a key figure in her field. Her mantra for success is continuous learning and happiness in her work, reflecting her innovative approach to both engineering and writing.

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