Every hour Manifold will fetch up to 60 tweets for each of a project’s Twitter Queries.
A Twitter Query is composed of the following characteristics:
- Query. A string of parameters as specified in the Twitter search operators.
- Results Type. The types of tweets to return. Allowed types are “most recent” and “most popular”.
- Active. Specifies whether Manifold should fetch tweets for the Query. Manifold will skip the query if
activeis set to
Twitter Query details are accessed from the drawer, which opens when a query is clicked in the Twitter Queries section.
To fetch a Twitter Query’s tweets immediately, click the
Fetch Tweets button beside the green check icon under the Query’s header. If successful, the drawer will close and you should see the query’s event count increase.
Deleting a Query
To delete a Twitter Query, click the
Delete Query button beside the red trashcan icon under the Query’s header. You will receive a warning asking you to confirm you want to delete this particular Query. Deleting a Query permanently removes them from the system along with any associated tweet events.