If you need to save tweets from a specific Twitter profile for reporting or analysis, doing it manually is obviously time-consuming.
Not with this Automation!
This automation will pull in a Twitter user’s most recent tweets and add them to a Notion database.
You can create a shareable resource for clients to stay up to date. Alternatively, if you are a business owner, you can keep tabs on competitors or influencers to understand their strategies, products, and services in real-time, allowing you to make better decisions. Or maybe you want to stay up to date with a celebrity, political figure, or recent news!
Whatever your goals are, this automation will help you reach them.
Let’s set it up!
The first step is to set up a Notion database with the fields for the tweets you want to save. You can create one from scratch or duplicate our template optimized for this use case.
Bardeen will capture any new tweet from the user you specify and add it to this database.
Click the “Pin it” button at the top of this page to get this automation saved to your Playbook.
Now you can start pulling in any number of tweets from a specific Twitter user.
Click on the playbook card, and the setup flow will start.
You will be asked to integrate Notion and Twitter, if you haven’t done so already. After you choose the database and the Twitter user, you will get a prompt to map the information to the fields in Notion.
The left side consists of all the fields Bardeen will scrape for you. On the right side, specify the fields in Notion that you want to associate with the information on the left. If you don’t want a piece of information, leave that field empty, and we will skip it. That’s it!
Click on “Save Input” and checkmark Notion. You can edit Inputs later by hovering over the playbook.
Whenever you want to pull in the most recent tweets from a user, activate Bardeen (or hit OPTİON + B) and run this playbook. The playbook will pull in the number of most recent tweets that you specified.
💪 Pro Tip: Pair this automation with our other playbooks like Get tweets for a keyword and save them to Google Sheets and Save tweets for a keyword to Notion to become a Twitter research pro!