GET /2/users/:id/tweets

Returns Tweets composed by a single user, specified by the requested user ID. By default, the most recent ten Tweets are returned per request. Using pagination, the most recent 3,200 Tweets can be retrieved.

The Tweets returned by this endpoint count towards the Project-level Tweet cap.



Endpoint URL

https://api.twitter.com/2/users/:id/tweets

Authentication and rate limits

Authentication methods
supported by this endpoint

OAuth 2.0 Bearer token

OAuth 1.0a User context

Rate limit

1500 requests per 15-minute window (app auth)

900 requests per 15-minute window (user auth)

Learn more about rate limits.



Path parameters

NameTypeDescription
id
 Required 
stringUnique identifier of the Twitter account (user ID) for whom to return results. User ID can be referenced using the user/lookup endpoint. More information on Twitter IDs is here.


Query parameters

NameTypeDescription
end_time
 Optional 
date (ISO 8601)YYYY-MM-DDTHH:mm:ssZ (ISO 8601/RFC 3339). The newest or most recent UTC timestamp from which the Tweets will be provided. Only the 3200 most recent Tweets are available. Timestamp is in second granularity and is inclusive (for example, 12:00:01 includes the first second of the minute). Minimum allowable time is 2010-11-06T00:00:01Z

Please note that this parameter does not support a millisecond value.
exclude
 Optional 
enum (retweets, replies)Comma-separated list of the types of Tweets to exclude from the response. When exclude=retweets is used, the maximum historical Tweets returned is still 3200. When the exclude=replies parameter is used for any value, only the most recent 800 Tweets are available.
expansions
 Optional 
enum (attachments.poll_ids, attachments.media_keys, author_id, entities.mentions.username, geo.place_id, in_reply_to_user_id, referenced_tweets.id, referenced_tweets.id.author_id)Expansions enable you to request additional data objects that relate to the originally returned Tweets. Submit a list of desired expansions in a comma-separated list without spaces. The ID that represents the expanded data object will be included directly in the Tweet data object, but the expanded object metadata will be returned within the includes response object, and will also include the ID so that you can match this data object to the original Tweet object.

The following data objects can be expanded using this parameter:
  • The Tweet author's user object
  • The user object of the Tweet’s author that the original Tweet is responding to
  • Any mentioned users’ object
  • Any referenced Tweets’ author’s user object
  • Attached media’s object
  • Attached poll’s object
  • Attached place’s object
  • Any referenced Tweets’ object
max_results
 Optional 
integerSpecifies the number of Tweets to try and retrieve, up to a maximum of 100 per distinct request. By default, 10 results are returned if this parameter is not supplied. The minimum permitted value is 5. It is possible to receive less than the max_results per request throughout the pagination process.
media.fields
 Optional 
enum (duration_ms, height, media_key, preview_image_url, type, url, width, public_metrics, non_public_metrics, organic_metrics, promoted_metrics)This fields parameter enables you to select which specific media fields will deliver in each returned Tweet. Specify the desired fields in a comma-separated list without spaces between commas and fields. The Tweet will only return media fields if the Tweet contains media and if you've also included the expansions=attachments.media_keys query parameter in your request. While the media ID will be located in the Tweet object, you will find this ID and all additional media fields in the includes data object.
pagination_token
 Optional 
stringThis parameter is used to move forwards or backwards through 'pages' of results, based on the value of the next_token or previous_token in the response. The value used with the parameter is pulled directly from the response provided by the API, and should not be modified.
place.fields
 Optional 
enum (contained_within, country, country_code, full_name, geo, id, name, place_type)This fields parameter enables you to select which specific place fields will deliver in each returned Tweet. Specify the desired fields in a comma-separated list without spaces between commas and fields. The Tweet will only return place fields if the Tweet contains a place and if you've also included the expansions=geo.place_id query parameter in your request. While the place ID will be located in the Tweet object, you will find this ID and all additional place fields in the includes data object.
poll.fields
 Optional 
enum (duration_minutes, end_datetime, id, options, voting_status)This fields parameter enables you to select which specific poll fields will deliver in each returned Tweet. Specify the desired fields in a comma-separated list without spaces between commas and fields. The Tweet will only return poll fields if the Tweet contains a poll and if you've also included the expansions=attachments.poll_ids query parameter in your request. While the poll ID will be located in the Tweet object, you will find this ID and all additional poll fields in the includes data object.
since_id
 Optional 
stringReturns results with a Tweet ID greater than (that is, more recent than) the specified 'since' Tweet ID. Only the 3200 most recent Tweets are available. The result will exclude the since_id. If the limit of Tweets has occurred since the since_id, the since_id will be forced to the oldest ID available.
start_time
 Optional 
date (ISO 8601)YYYY-MM-DDTHH:mm:ssZ (ISO 8601/RFC 3339). The oldest or earliest UTC timestamp from which the Tweets will be provided. Only the 3200 most recent Tweets are available. Timestamp is in second granularity and is inclusive (for example, 12:00:01 includes the first second of the minute). Minimum allowable time is 2010-11-06T00:00:00Z

Please note that this parameter does not support a millisecond value.
tweet.fields
 Optional 
enum (attachments, author_id, context_annotations, conversation_id, created_at, entities, geo, id, in_reply_to_user_id, lang, non_public_metrics, public_metrics, organic_metrics, promoted_metrics, possibly_sensitive, referenced_tweets, reply_settings, source, text, withheld)This fields parameter enables you to select which specific Tweet fields will deliver in each returned Tweet object. Specify the desired fields in a comma-separated list without spaces between commas and fields. You can also pass the expansions=referenced_tweets.id expansion to return the specified fields for both the original Tweet and any included referenced Tweets. The requested Tweet fields will display in both the original Tweet data object, as well as in the referenced Tweet expanded data object that will be located in the includes data object.
until_id
 Optional 
stringReturns results with a Tweet ID less less than (that is, older than) the specified 'until' Tweet ID. Only the 3200 most recent Tweets are available. The result will exclude the until_id. If the limit of Tweets has occurred since the until_id, the until_id will be forced to the most recent ID available.
user.fields
 Optional 
enum (created_at, description, entities, id, location, name, pinned_tweet_id, profile_image_url, protected, public_metrics, url, username, verified, withheld)This fields parameter enables you to select which specific user fields will deliver in each returned Tweet. Specify the desired fields in a comma-separated list without spaces between commas and fields. While the user ID will be located in the original Tweet object, you will find this ID and all additional user fields in the includes data object.

You must also pass one of the user expansions to return the desired user fields:
  • expansions=author_id
  • expansions=entities.mentions.username
  • expansions=in_reply_to_user_id
  • expansions=referenced_tweets.id.author_id


Example requests

  • cURL (default fields)
  • cURL (optional fields)
  • cURL (all fields)
      curl "https://api.twitter.com/2/users/2244994945/tweets" -H "Authorization: Bearer $BEARER_TOKEN"
    
      curl "https://api.twitter.com/2/users/2244994945/tweets?expansions=author_id&tweet.fields=created_at,author_id,conversation_id,public_metrics,context_annotations&user.fields=username&max_results=5" -H "Authorization: Bearer $BEARER_TOKEN"
    
      curl "https://api.twitter.com/2/users/2244994945/tweets?expansions=attachments.poll_ids,attachments.media_keys,author_id,entities.mentions.username,geo.place_id,in_reply_to_user_id,referenced_tweets.id,referenced_tweets.id.author_id&tweet.fields=attachments,author_id,context_annotations,conversation_id,created_at,entities,geo,id,in_reply_to_user_id,lang,possibly_sensitive,public_metrics,referenced_tweets,reply_settings,source,text,withheld&user.fields=created_at,description,entities,id,location,name,pinned_tweet_id,profile_image_url,protected,public_metrics,url,username,verified,withheld&place.fields=contained_within,country,country_code,full_name,geo,id,name,place_type&poll.fields=duration_minutes,end_datetime,id,options,voting_status&media.fields=duration_ms,height,media_key,preview_image_url,type,url,width,public_metrics,non_public_metrics,organic_metrics,promoted_metrics&max_results=5" -H "Authorization: Bearer $BEARER_TOKEN"
    

Example responses

  • Default fields
  • Optional fields
  • All fields
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      "text": "📈 Live now with @jessicagarson and @i_am_daniele! https://t.co/Y1AFzsTTxb"
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      "text": "🎧💻 We're live! Tune in! 🎶 https://t.co/FSYP4rJdHr"
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    {
      "id": "1337122535188652033",
      "text": "👂We want to hear what you think about our plans. As we continue to build our new product tracks, your feedback is essential to shaping the future of the Twitter API. Share your thoughts on this survey: https://t.co/dkIqFGPji7"
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      "text": "Is 2020 over yet?nDespite everything that happened this year, thousands of you still made the time to learn, play, and build incredible things on the new #TwitterAPI.nWe want to share some of your stories and give you a preview of what’s to come next year.nhttps://t.co/VpOKT22WgF"
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      "text": "🎧 Headphones on: watch @jessicagarson build an interactive app to write music using SuperCollider, Python, FoxDot, and the new Twitter API. Streaming Friday 1:30 ET on our new Twitch channel 🎶💻 https://t.co/SQziic6eyp"
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      "id": "1334987486343299072",
      "text": "console.log('Happy birthday, JavaScript!');"
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      "text": "Live now!nJoin the first ever @Twitch stream from TwitterDev https://t.co/x33fiVIi7B"
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      "id": "1334564488884862976",
      "text": "Before we release new #TwitterAPI endpoints, we let developers test drive a prototype of our intended design. @i_am_daniele takes you behind the scenes of an endpoint in the making. https://t.co/NNTDnciwNq"
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stringUnique identifier of this Tweet. This is returned as a string in order to avoid complications with languages and tools that cannot handle large integers.
text
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stringThe content of the Tweet.

To return this field, add tweet.fields=text in the request's query parameter.
created_atdate (ISO 8601)Creation time of the Tweet. For example: 2020-12-10T20:00:10Z

To return this field, add tweet.fields=created_at in the request's query parameter.
author_idstringUnique identifier of this user. This is returned as a string in order to avoid complications with languages and tools that cannot handle large integers.

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conversation_idstringThe Tweet ID of the original Tweet of the conversation (which includes direct replies, replies of replies).

To return this field, add tweet.fields=conversation_id in the request's query parameter.
in_reply_to_user_idstringIf this Tweet is a Reply, indicates the user ID of the parent Tweet's author. This is returned as a string in order to avoid complications with languages and tools that cannot handle large integers.

You can obtain the expanded object in includes.users by adding expansions=in_reply_to_user_id in the request's query parameter.
referenced_tweetsarrayA list of Tweets this Tweet refers to. For example, if the parent Tweet is a Retweet, a Retweet with comment (also known as Quoted Tweet) or a Reply, it will include the related Tweet referenced to by its parent.

To return this field, add tweet.fields=referenced_tweets in the request's query parameter.
referenced_tweets.typeenum (retweeted, quoted, replied_to)Indicates the type of relationship between this Tweet and the Tweet returned in the response: retweeted (this Tweet is a Retweet), quoted (a Retweet with comment, also known as Quoted Tweet), or replied_to (this Tweet is a reply).
referenced_tweets.idstringThe unique identifier of the referenced Tweet.

You can obtain the expanded object in includes.tweets by adding expansions=referenced_tweets.id in the request's query parameter.
attachmentsobjectSpecifies the type of attachments (if any) present in this Tweet.

To return this field, add tweet.fields=attachments in the request's query parameter.
attachments.media_keysarrayList of unique identifiers of media attached to this Tweet. These identifiers use the same media key format as those returned by the Media Library.

You can obtain the expanded object in includes.media by adding expansions=attachments.media_keys in the request's query parameter.
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geoobjectContains details about the location tagged by the user in this Tweet, if they specified one.

To return this field, add tweet.fields=geo in the request's query parameter.
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To return this field, add tweet.fields=geo.coordinates in the request's query parameter.
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To return this field, add tweet.fields=context_annotations in the request's query parameter.
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context_annotations.domain.namestringDomain name based on the Tweet text.
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To return this field, add tweet.fields=entities in the request's query parameter.
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entities.urls.expanded_urlstringThe fully resolved URL.
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entities.urls.unwound_urlstringThe full destination URL.
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entities.mentions.usernamestringThe part of text recognized as a user mention.

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entities.cashtagsarrayContains details about text recognized as a Cashtag.
entities.cashtags.startintegerThe start position (zero-based) of the recognized Cashtag within the Tweet.
entities.cashtags.endintegerThe end position (zero-based) of the recognized Cashtag within the Tweet.
entities.cashtags.tagstringThe text of the Cashtag.
withheldobjectContains withholding details for withheld content.

To return this field, add tweet.fields=withheld in the request's query parameter.
withheld.copyrightbooleanIndicates if the content is being withheld for on the basis of copyright infringement.
withheld.country_codesarrayProvides a list of countries where this content is not available.
withheld.scopeenum (tweet, user)Indicates whether the content being withheld is a Tweet or a user.
public_metricsobjectEngagement metrics for the Tweet at the time of the request.

To return this field, add tweet.fields=public_metrics in the request's query parameter.
public_metrics.retweet_countintegerNumber of times this Tweet has been Retweeted.
public_metrics.reply_countintegerNumber of Replies of this Tweet.
public_metrics.like_countintegerNumber of Likes of this Tweet.
public_metrics.quote_countintegerNumber of times this Tweet has been Retweeted with a comment (also known as Quote).
non_public_metricsobjectNon-public engagement metrics for the Tweet at the time of the request. This is a private metric, and requires the use of OAuth 1.0a User Context authentication. All non_public_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.

To return this field, add tweet.fields=non_public_metrics in the request's query parameter.
non_public_metrics.impression_countintegerNumber of times the Tweet has been viewed. This is a private metric, and requires the use of OAuth 1.0a User Context authentication. All non_public_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
non_public_metrics.url_link_clicksintegerNumber of times a user clicks on a URL link or URL preview card in a Tweet. This is a private metric, and requires the use of OAuth 1.0a User Context authentication. All non_public_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
non_public_metrics.user_profile_clicksintegerNumber of times a user clicks the following portions of a Tweet - display name, user name, profile picture. This is a private metric, and requires the use of OAuth 1.0a User Context authentication. All non_public_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
organic_metricsobjectOrganic engagement metrics for the Tweet at the time of the request. Requires user context authentication. All organic_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
organic_metrics.impression_countintegerNumber of times the Tweet has been viewed organically (not in Ad placement). This is a private metric, and requires the use of OAuth 1.0a User Context authentication. All organic_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
organic_metrics.url_link_clicksintegerNumber of times a user clicks on a URL link or URL preview card in a Tweet organically. This is a private metric, and requires the use of OAuth 1.0a User Context authentication. All organic_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
organic_metrics.user_profile_clicksintegerNumber of times a user clicks the following portions of a Tweet organically - display name, user name, profile picture. This is a private metric, and requires the use of OAuth 1.0a User Context authentication. All organic_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
organic_metrics.retweet_countintegerNumber of times the Tweet has been Retweeted organically. All organic_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
organic_metrics.reply_countintegerNumber of replies the Tweet has received organically. All organic_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
organic_metrics.like_countintegerNumber of likes the Tweet has received organically. All organic_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
promoted_metricsobjectEngagement metrics for the Tweet at the time of the request in a promoted context. Requires user context authentication. All promoted_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
promoted_metrics.impression_countintegerNumber of times the Tweet has been viewed when that Tweet is being promoted. This is a private metric, and requires the use of OAuth 1.0a User Context authentication. All promoted_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
promoted_metrics.url_link_clicksintegerNumber of times a user clicks on a URL link or URL preview card in a Tweet when it is being promoted. This is a private metric, and requires the use of OAuth 1.0a User Context authentication. All promoted_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
promoted_metrics.user_profile_clicksintegerNumber of times a user clicks the following portions of a Tweet when it is being promoted - display name, user name, profile picture. This is a private metric, and requires the use of OAuth 1.0a User Context authentication. All promoted_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
promoted_metrics.retweet_countintegerNumber of times this Tweet has been Retweeted when that Tweet is being promoted. All promoted_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
promoted_metrics.reply_countintegerNumber of Replies to this Tweet when that Tweet is being promoted. All promoted_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
promoted_metrics.like_countintegerNumber of Likes of this Tweet when that Tweet is being promoted. All promoted_metrics are only available for Tweets created the last 30 days.
possibly_sensitivebooleanIndicates if this Tweet contains URLs marked as sensitive, for example content suitable for mature audiences.

To return this field, add tweet.fields=possibly_sensitive in the request's query parameter.
langstringLanguage of the Tweet, if detected by Twitter. Returned as a BCP47 language tag.

To return this field, add tweet.fields=lang in the request's query parameter.
reply_settingsstringShows who can reply to this Tweet. Fields returned are everyone, mentionedUsers, and following.

To return this field, add tweet.fields=reply_settings in the request's query parameter.
sourcestringThe name of the app the user Tweeted from.

To return this field, add tweet.fields=source in the request's query parameter.
includesobjectIf you include an expansion parameter, the referenced objects will be returned if available.
includes.tweetsarrayWhen including the expansions=referenced_tweets.id parameter, this includes a list of referenced Retweets, Quoted Tweets, or replies in the form of Tweet objects with their default fields and any additional fields requested using the tweet.fields parameter, assuming there is a referenced Tweet present in the returned Tweet(s).
includes.usersarrayWhen including the expansions=author_id parameter, this includes a list of referenced Tweet authors in the form of user objects with their default fields and any additional fields requested using the user.fields parameter.
includes.placesarrayWhen including the expansions=geo.place_id parameter, this includes a list of referenced places in Tweets in the form of place objects with their default fields and any additional fields requested using the place.fields parameter, assuming there is a place present in the returned Tweet(s).
includes.mediaarrayWhen including the expansions=attachments.media_keys parameter, this includes a list of images, videos, and GIFs included in Tweets in the form of media objects with their default fields and any additional fields requested using the media.fields parameter, assuming there is a media attachment present in the returned Tweet(s).
includes.pollsstringWhen including the expansions=attachments.poll_ids parameter, this includes a list of polls that are attached to Tweets in the form of poll objects with their default fields and any additional fields requested using the poll.fields parameter, assuming there is a poll present in the returned Tweet(s).
meta.countintegerThe number of Tweet results returned in the response.
meta.newest_idstringThe Tweet ID of the most recent Tweet returned in the response.
meta.oldest_idstringThe Tweet ID of the oldest Tweet returned in the response.
meta.next_tokenstringA value that encodes the next 'page' of results that can be requested, via the pagination_token request parameter.
meta.previous_tokenstringA value that encodes the previous 'page' of results that can be requested, via the pagination_token request parameter.
errorsobjectContains details about errors that affected any of the requested Tweets. See Status codes and error messages for more details.
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