Twitter To Release Archives In 12 Languages Including Hindi

by Paul Joseph on March 12, 2013 · 0 comments

Twitter has announced that it will launch the archives in 12 languages including Hindi. The archives up until now were available only in the English language. Dutch, Farsi, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish and Spanish are the other languages in which users can download their archives. In December last year, the launch of T witter archives brought much joy to many users of the social networking site. People were thrilled to learn that they could now read their *first tweet* and scrutinize their updates as they would have access to them all, all at once. With the archives people got to know about the topics they most often tweet on, the hashtags they often use and the people they usually communicate with. To download their tweets, users have to click on settings and the request for their archives. Currently, Twitter is available in 33 languages and 70% of its users are based outside the US. Way back in 2011, we first reported how Twitter was planning to launch services in Hindi and other languages. In March last year, Twitter and Google+ finally launched their services in many languages including Indian ones. I must add though that both these don’t offer services in multiple regional Indian languages as the focus is more on international markets/languages. From these efforts, one can gauge that Twitter has had plans to expand its services to multiple languages all along. Thereby, the launch of archives in these languages is not really much of a shock but a progressive step in Twitter’s ambition to expand and gain more followers across the globe. Image Courtesy |   twitter   Looking For A Social Media Agency?? – Contact WATConsult – India’s Leading Social Media Agency

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