Twitter is a pleasingly global phenomenon, with tweeters tweeting from dozens of countries around the world. Chances are the people you follow write in English, but you never know what language might bubble up when you’re searching, particularly in the new interface, which doesn’t have a language setting.
In the old search pages, if you come upon results written in a foreign language, you have two choices:
A:- Use the Show tweets written in list to choose English. This removes any non-English tweets from the search results.
B:- Click the Translate link. Twitter uses Google Translator to translate the page. For example, figure 6.26 shows some search results written in French, and figure 6.27 shows the same page translated into English.
No joy here in the new search interface where the Translate link is noticeably absent. Is there a workaround? Of course! Here you go:
1. Run the search.
2. Copy the resulting URL from the browser’s address bar.
3. Navigate your browser to Google Translate at http://translate.google.com.
4. Paste the address into the Enter text or a Web page URL text box.
5. Under the text box, use the left list to choose the language you want translated.
6. Under the text box, use the right list to choose English (although this is the default value). Figure 6.28 shows a Google Translate page ready to go.
7. Click Translate. Google redisplays the Twitter search results with the text translated.
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Reference : wiley.com