If you have a child and you're worried about the age of his or her Twitter account, you're not alone. Most social networks have age requirements for their users. Twitter is no exception, with its age restrictions that apply to the creation of accounts for children under 13. You can learn more about these age requirements from Twitter's help center.
In terms of monthly active users, Twitter has around 450 million users. Its US usage is stagnant, but it's growing rapidly in international markets. While its US user base is relatively young, Twitter has a high gender gap and a large demographic of users between 18 and 29 years old.
One of the easiest ways to look up old tweets on Twitter is to use the advanced search feature. To use this feature, you'll need to log in to Twitter, then enter the username in the "From these accounts" field. From there, you can search for a particular keyword, phrase, hashtag, or account. You can also specify a date range for your search. Twitter supports date ranges as far back as 2006, when the site was first launched.
Twitter's Explore feature also allows you to search for users by name. If you have the person's name in mind, you can type it in the search bar and see all their tweets. If you're not sure of the person's name, you can always search for their name on Google.
This limited functionality is currently available to a select number of iOS users. This feature will allow you to follow up to 50 users and read their tweets. In addition, you can browse news and explore your Twitter feeds. Additionally, you'll also be able to get notifications.