Twitter Likes Export

Retrieve the last likers of a list of Tweets

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Automatically scrape the latest likers and commenters of a list of Tweets thanks to this Phantombuster Twitter automation.

This Twitter automation will extract the last 25 likers & 25 retweeters out of every Tweet or list of Tweets that you're interested in.

This way you can build great custom audience with super targeted people. You can also some of the related Twitter automations we have in store to setup a follow/unfollow strategy on Twitter.


Tutorial 🚀

1. Create your account.

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2. Add this Twitter automation to your account.

3. Click on Configure me!

You'll now see the 3 configuration dots blinking. Click on them.

4. Input the Twitter users you want to scrape liked Tweets from.

Create a spreadsheet on Google Spreadsheet.

Fill it with Twitter profile URLs. One profile URL per row, all in column A.

Make this spreadsheet public so Phantombuster can access it.

Paste the spreadsheet's URL to Phantombuster.

5. Easy & safe authentication

This automation will connect to the website on your behalf. The safest and most efficient way for Phantombuster to authenticate as yourself is by using your session cookies.

To make that process as easy as possible you can use Phantombuster's browser extension. It's a 2-click installation.

If you're operating from another browser and/or want to do it manually, here is how to do it.

Start your automation!

You're all set. Just click "launch" to get your automation started!

Set this Twitter automation on repeat

Once your automation's configuration is ready, you can schedule repetitive launches. This will allow you to avoid rate limits, scrape more data and get your automated workflows to spread over days, weeks, even months.

To do so, go to your dashboard and look for your automation's “Settings” button.

Then, select a frequency:

And Save those new settings at the bottom of the page.

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