There are several recent additions to PowerTrack filtering operators, further refining your ability to get the exact data you are looking for. You can now filter for activities based on Twitter’s language classification, replies and retweets of specific tweets, and phrases containing quotation marks in the original source.
This PowerTrack operator that allows you to filter for tweets by their language as classified by Twitter. The language is specified as a code from the matching twitter_lang field in the payload, e.g. twitter_lang:en. For more info on available values, see this Twitter blog post.
This operator accepts a single status ID and filters for retweets of that specific tweet, e.g. retweets_of_status_id:365697420392280064.
This PowerTrack operator that filters for replies to a specific tweet. The operator is used with a single status ID, e.g. replies_to_status_id:365697420392280064.
Quotation marks can now be added to PowerTrack rules so that terms and phrases containing quotes in the original activity can be matched. Quotes should be escaped when added to rules, like \”literally\” or “Toys\”R\”Us”.
The complete set of current PowerTrack operators can always be referenced on our support site.
We continuously strive to improve our filtering features. If you have suggestions, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.