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Can I display Tweets from a specific screen name that have a certain hashtag

Version 2.0 and above

There are two ways to filter a user feed. The most efficient may be to use a “search” feed though you will initially be limited to tweets made within the last 7 days. Once a tweet is retrieved, it will be saved indefinitely, however.

Using a “Search” feed

Our guide to using search feeds can be very helpful for complex searches. To filter a user account feed by a hashtag, use this example:

Multiple hashtags:

Using “Allowed Words”

To create a feed that only uses specific screen names but also only shows tweets that include a specific hashtag, create a feed with User Timeline as the feed type, and then you can use the Filters section on the Settings tab to set the hashtag. If you are filtering by multiple hashtags, be sure to separate them with commas.

Below version 2.0

There are two ways to filter a user feed. The most efficient may be to use a “search” feed though you will initially be limited to tweets made within the last 7 days. Once a tweet is retrieved it will be saved indefinitely, however.

Using a “Search” feed

Our guide to using search feeds can be very helpful for complex searches. To filter a user account feed by a hashtag, use this example:

[custom-twitter-feeds search="from:account #hashtag"]

Multiple hashtags:

[custom-twitter-feeds search="from:account #hashtag #anotherhashtag"]

Using “includewords”

To create a feed that only uses specific screen names but also only shows tweets that include a specific hashtag, you can use the Moderation section on the Customize tab

Custom Twitter Feeds Includewords Setting

You can also use the “includewords” setting directly in the shortcode like this:

[custom-twitter-feeds includewords="#myHashtag"]

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