It’s no secret that here at ProfHacker we’re interested in the ways Twitter can be used in higher education, and one of our favorite tools for working with Twitter is Martin Hawksey’s TAGS, “a free Google Sheet template which lets you setup and run automated collection of search results from Twitter.”
As Mark has written, Something cool you can do with Hawksey’s TAGS is create an automatically updated, publicly viewable archive of all of your Tweets. Mark keeps his archive on GoogleDrive, which is a good solution for anyone who may not otherwise have a place to host their content online. Unfortunately, Google has announced that they will no longer be hosting web pages on GoogleDrive. Fortunately, Martin Hawksey has recently published a guide to publishing your Twitter archive on GitHub Pages, instead.
You can read his guide at his blog, and watch the video below for a demonstration:
Do you maintain a public archive of your Tweets? What tools do you use to do so? Please share in the comments.