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Find What You Need Faster with New Advanced Search Options

We have improved our search interface with additional fields and filters to make it easier to locate your message, post and tweet archives when you need them.

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You can now search by network (Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, etc), changes made (changes made, no change), date range (daily, monthly) and accounts within your social media networks (company page, administrator page) to better narrow your search results. 

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