200+ Million Monthly Active @twitter Users; Rolling Out Twitter Archive for English Speaking Users

Twitter just a day before announced of reaching yet another subscriber milestone--the microblogging service now has "more than 200M monthly active @twitter users."The number is up from the last announcement of 140 million active monthly users worldwide during the six anniversary. There are now more than 200M monthly active @twitter users. You are the pulse […]

Twitter just a day before announced of reaching yet another subscriber milestone--the microblogging service now has "more than 200M monthly active @twitter users."

The number is up from the last announcement of 140 million active monthly users worldwide during the six anniversary.

The new milestone shows that Twitter continues to grow its user base at a pretty impressive rate, although it is still far behind its major rival Facebook, which now has over 1 billion accounts.

Also, Twitter Archive is now available as on today December 19, 2012, as the company just made it official stating, "(W)e're introducing the ability to download your Twitter archive, so you'll get all your Tweets (including Retweets) going back to the beginning."

All you to do is--just, go to the settings and scroll down to the bottom to check for the option to request your Twitter archive. "If you do see it, go ahead and click the button. You'll receive an email with instructions on how to access your archive when it's ready for you to download," informs Twitter.

And, incase if you don't see that option in Settings today, just wait it is on way!

"Once you have your Twitter archive, you can view your Tweets by month, or search your archive to find Tweets with certain words, phrases, hashtags or @usernames. You can even engage with your old Tweets just as you would with current ones."

Twitter notes, that starting today this feature is rolling to a small percentage of users whose language is set to English. And, over the coming weeks and months, it will be available to "all users around the world, for all the languages offered on Twitter."

Twitter Archive Request Button