This tutorial explains how to find the first tweet of any Twitter user. You can easily search for the first tweet and see what any Twitter user has posted in his/her first tweet. To do this, you don’t need to use any third-party applications, as Twitter has created an official web application named, “Twitter Discover” for this purpose. It allows you simply enter a Twitter handle and then see the first tweet along with the date & time of the tweet. Apart from that, you will also see how many comments, retweets, and likes the tweet has got since it was posted on Twitter.
The date and time of the first tweet doesn’t mean that the user has created the account on that date. So, if you also want to know when did the user has created the account, then check out these websites to see the Twitter account creation date of any user.
How to Find the First Tweet of any Twitter User:
Step 1: The first thing you would need to do is visit the “Twitter Discover” homepage. After that, you will see an input field at the center of the window. In the input field, you can enter the Twitter username of whom you want to find the first tweet.
Step 2: While typing the username, you don’t need to include the “@” symbol, as it is added by default. After entering the Twitter username, simply hit the “Enter” key to proceed.
Step 3: As soon as you do that, it will scan through the Twitter profile and find the first tweet for you. You will see the tweet content, date & time of tweet, retweets, comments, and likes, as shown below. This way you can find the first tweet of any Twitter user you want, with ease.
Apart from that, you will also see a “Tweet It” button at the bottom using which you can directly tweet the first tweet of the selected Twitter user on your timeline.
Twitter Discover makes it very simple for you to find the first tweet of any Twitter user. No more opening the profile of any Twitter user and then scroll through tons of tweets to find the first tweet of that user. Now, you can use this simple web application by Twitter to see what your friends, colleagues, or family members tweeted for the first time.