When creating a Twitter API request to extract data, you should specify an element ID
– tweet ID or profile ID. When creating search queries (search for tweets or profiles), you can use keywords, phrases, or hashtags.
Search parameter near
allows you to search for tweets and profiles by location or filter results by location. It is the equivalent of the near parameter in the Twitter search request. Another useful setting within
helps you also to quest for tweets and profiles in some locations and filter results by the distance from the target location. It should be used in conjunction with near
in a request.
Also, with Twitter API by Data365, some others search options to find tweets are available. For example, the search parameter min_faves
allows you to filter results by the minimal number of likes. With min_replies
you can filter results by the minimal number of replies. min_retweets
let you filter results by the minimal number of retweets.
can help you to remove some results based on content type.
More detailed information you can find in Data365 Twitter API documentation