Hi Chris,

There's currently no good way I know of to do this on your own using the API
purely without caching and comparisons in your backend. The favorites
endpoint returns statuses rather than "favorite objects" with embedded
statuses. There's definitely value in loading them the way you intend and
we'll keep that in mind for the future.

Taylor Singletary
Developer Advocate, Twitter

On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 9:41 AM, Chris Lott <ch...@chrislott.org> wrote:

> What I have in mind is an application that will, once per week, grab
> the tweets I've "favorited" and archive/post them. Is there any easy
> logical way to do this? I ask because it appears that the favorites
> list, when ordered through the API, is returned in the order of the
> timestamp of the tweets themselves rather than the order in which the
> tweet was favorites. So I can't just grab pages of favorites until I
> reach the date of the most recent favorite from the week before...
> Is there another way?

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