General Help

Channels:
On the main page you will see "buttons" labeled "Q Drops", "Tweets" and "GETTR". These turn on and off the various "channels" of communication this site tracks. Q Drops are by default on.
If you open the other drop downs, you will see channels for the following:
Twitter:
  • POTUS
  • POTUS Deleted
  • OTHERS
  • Military
  • Il Donaldo Trumpo
  • [THEY]
GETTR:
  • OTHERS

TRUTH SOCIAL:
  • TRUMP
  • TRUMP DELETED
  • OTHERS
Check each box to turn on a given channel. Turning on a channel also makes it available for search. When multiple channels are on, the delta calculations (explained in the display features below) will automatically calculate time between any shows drops/tweets/gettrs. All display options work on all channels.
All channels are "live" and posts will show up as they are discovered. Tweets will be marked as deleted once an hour. We do not support deletions in GETTR at this time.

To search a term simply type it in the search bar.
Searches will apply to all active channels (drops, POTUS/POTUS Deleted, Others, Military, GETTR) and will return results based on those channels you have active at the time of the search.
If you have "Twitter Others" active, in the upper right a list of "primary" tweeters becomes available, and if a primary tweeter is selected, you can then sub-select from a list of people that primary tweeter has retweeted/quote tweeted/replied to. Once selected click the "magnifying glass" icon (add appropriate other search terms if applicable).

Special note: As of 1/17/2022 we have all of Trump's tweets in our system dating back to 5/4/2009. The only thing they will be missing is links and images.

Special note: We have seen numerous people wondering why certain search results return with nothing apparently highlighted. This is for one of two reasons. First - if a number was searched - the search system looks through literaly every piece of information available - this includes the epoch timestamp which is hidden by default - so turn it on and see if it is highlighted. Second - we have added text from the descriptions of all available YouTube links - so for example if you search "This video will get Trump Elected" - your search results will show all the times Q posted links to that video - but nothing will be highlighted. Similar search results such as "wolf" also bring up YouTube Links. Hopefully this clears up some confusion.

If you perform searches and they are a search you want to save, simply save the URL shown in the URL bar or use the icon next to the displayed search terms.

Buttons are present on each post (and in search results).
The first icon ( ) copies a link to the post to your clipboard. This link will generate a special preview when used on sites that supports link previews.
As a part of each post being loaded onto this site, a graphic/jpeg image of the post automatically is automatically generated.
The second icon ( ) copies a link to this jpeg image of the post to your clipboard (remember, per Q images are difficult for [them] to scan/read). The third icon ( ) turns on digital camo for a given drop to help disguise from AI - click multiple times to get a pattern that is readable. The fourth icon () will take the number of the current drop and make all possible number combinations and show those drops.
Tweets offer the copy link function, and also has two small clock icons representing a 12-hour "drop" link, and a 24-hour "drop" link.
The 1 year,2 year, 3 year and 4 year delta buttons generate a 7 day spread around "today" so you can see what's been and what is coming soon.
The site menu contains a "changelog" link. This link shows what we have been doing to/for the system and tracks all changes as we are constantly working on improvements.

Zero Deltas

The Zero Delta feature works with the search system. If you open the drop down, click a button it will prepopulate the search bar with drops and associated tweets that are less than 60 seconds apart.
We also found a handful with the "DanScavino" twitter account (we have way fewer Scavino tweets than Trump. We also found no deltas with the Scavino45 account).
After clicking the button you may add search terms as described below or simply click the search icon to bring up all the posts.

Search System

"Whole Word Search" (or WWS as the checkbox says). Using this feature allows you to search for a specific term that does not include anything other than that specific term. For example, is you search "twitter" you will get all drops that include the word "twitter" AND you will also get all drops with twitter links (i.e. https://twitter.com). With the new option checked, you will only search for the specific word "twitter" and not any links or other possibilities.
"Activate Move" - this button turns on and off the ability to move drops around on the screen. There is no undo/redo. Text selection is disabled while this function is active. Click anywhere in a drop/tweet window and drag it. Works (not not well) on tablets, all recent desktop browsers work correctly (with a few possible quirks).

Regular Search:
Separate keywords with | which acts as an OR
x y - search for phrase x y
x | y - search for x OR y
x && y - search for drops with x AND y
x && y | w z - search for drops with x AND y OR phrase w z
x && y | w && z - search for drops with x AND y or z AND w
x && y && z && a phrase - search for drops with all terms/phrases listed

Selecting specific drop numbers:
##number (one specific drop)
##number,number (multiple specific drops)
##number-number (range of drops)
##number,number-number,number,number-number (multiple specific drops and multiple ranges)

To select a Trump Tweet prefix anything with "p" (i.e. ##p10 or ##p10-15).
Example: ##3500,10-20,50-60,700
Example with numbers and words: ##3500,10-20,50-60,700 | red october

Time/Date Constraints/searches:
DATE/TIME SELECTORS ONLY SEARCH BASED ON THE EST TIMEZONE VALUES, IF NOT IN THE EST TIMEZONE, CHANGE YOUR TIMEZONE TO America/New_York USING THE SELECTOR.
{D ##/##/####} (SELECT DROPS WITH THIS DATE ONLY)
{D /##/} (SELECT ONLY DROPS WITH THIS DAY)
{D ##//} (SELECT ONLY DROPS WITH THIS MONTH)
{D //####} (SELECT ONLY DROPS WITH THIS YEAR)
{T ##:##:##} (SELECT ONLY DROPS WITH THIS TIME ONLY)
{T :##:} (SELECT ONLY DROPS WITH THIS MINUTE)
{T ##::} (SELECT ONLY DROPS WITH THIS HOUR)
{T ::##} (SELECT ONLY DROPS WITH THIS SECOND)
{DT ##/##/####,##:##:##} (SELECT ONLY DROPS WITH THIS DATE AND TIME)
{DR ##/##/####-##/##/####} (SELECT ONLY DROPS IN THIS DATE RANGE)
{DRT ##/##/####-##/##/####,##:##:##} (SELECT ONLY DROPS IN THIS DATE RANGE WITH TIME SELECTORS)
{CLOCK #} (SELECT DROPS/TWEETS/GETTR THAT MATCH A Q CLOCK MINUTE - VALID MINUTES 0-59)
{CLOCK #,#,#...} (SELECT DROPS/TWEETS/GETTR THAT MATCH MULTIPLE Q CLOCK MINUTES - VALID MINUTES 0-59)
{EPOCHVORTEX #} (SELECT DROPS/POSTS BY THE CALCULATED VORTEX NUMBER OF THE EPOCH TIMESTAMP - numbers 1 through 9) To view these numbers turn on the display options "Show Epoch Time" and "Show Calcs". The epoch vortex number is the right most set of ()'s on the epoch time. We do not know if this is useful so we are giving you the option to test.
{EPOCHVORTEX #,#,#...}
{player #} (SELECT DROPS FROM PLAYER NUMBER SHOWN ON THE PLAYER LIST)
{deleted} | - SEARCH FOR DELETED POSTS BY A GIVEN AUTHOR

You can perform searches on any combination of date or time selectors. This includes selecting a clock minute and search terms.
Example:Search for drops with minutes of 17 and seconds of 17 would look like {T :17:17}
Example:Search for drops with clock minutes of 1,3 and 5 and the term "what" would look like {clock 1,3,5} | what

Chain any/all types above:
{DRT ##/##/####-##/##/#### ##:##:##} | #,,-,- | X && Y | W && Z | a phrase
{clock 15} | a phrase
| Flynn
IF CHAINING DATE AND DROP SELECTORS, DATE SELECTOR MUST BE FIRST, DROP SELECTOR MUST BE SECOND.
IF CHAINING DROP SELECTORS AND REGULAR SEARCH, DROP SELECTOR MUST BE FIRST.
Can have only a single time/date selector
Can have only a single drop number selector
Can have any number of word/phrase selectors

IF SEARCHING FOR TWEETS YOU CAN USE THE @ NAME - example @secpompeo WILL BRING UP ALL Secretary of State Pompeo's tweets.

Q Drop/Tweet Analysis

The Q Drop/Tweet Analyzer is designed to allow quick and easy comparison between a Q Drop and and given tweet.
Type in a drop number and click the magnifying glass (or hit enter) to load it.
Paste in a full twitter url to a tweet, or put in a tweet status ID and click the magnifying glass (or hit enter) to load it.
Once both are loaded a basic delta analysis is performed, and certain tweet data is exposed (such as EXIF).
If you have ideas about other forms of analysis you would like to see performed automatically please use the contact form or send an email!

Explanation of Q Drop Display Options:

Options that DO NOT reload page
  1. Show Q Post Deltas - checking this box turns on automatic delta calculation that displays the time difference between each selected channel's posts/drops.
  2. Show Q Reply Deltas - checking this box turns on automatic deltra calculation that display the time difference between the original message and the reply.
  3. Show Epoch Time - exposes the epoch timestamp of the drop.
  4. Show Tweet Del Time - shows the formatted timestamp / epoch timestamp of the approximate time the system delected a deleted tweet. Not all tweets will have this information available.year
  5. Show Q Clock Info - exposes the Q Clock minute and mirrors for a given drop/tweet/gettr post.
  6. Show Calcs - shows the calculated values of the drop number and epoch timestamp, second number is the full reduction of the first.
  7. Show EXIF data - exposes whatever EXIF data is available for an image.
  8. Show Steganography data - all jpeg images are checked for the presence of Pixelknot and this checkbox shows that information.
  9. Hide Board links - removes the board links to make for a cleaner display.
Options that DO reload page
  1. Drops without replies - shows only drops where only Q is talking and not replying to someone.
  2. Drops with replies - shows only drops where Q is replying to someone (including himself).
  3. Drops with Images - shows only drops with images or videos.
  4. Sort by HH:MM:SS - reorders results by Hour then minutes then seconds then by timestamp.
  5. Sort by Q Calc - reorders results by the calculated value of the q drop number then by timestamp.
  6. Sort by Epoch Calc - reorders results by the calculated value of the epoch timestamp field then by timestamp. If both Sorts (Q Calc, Epoch) are turned on, Epoch takes precedence.
  7. Think Mirror - creates a pure mirror image of each drop, forcing layout to 2 columns for easy comparison.
  8. Q Abbreviations - creates underlines on certain words/terms that provide a brief explanation of the term or abbreviation.