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Twitter Dev Sep 20
Check out this summary of our recent + MeetUp workshop! 🚀🤖👇
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Twitter Dev Sep 18
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We encourage you to join Labs and share your feedback on what we’re building. Sign up today!
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Twitter Dev Sep 18
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Read more about new filtered stream endpoints and our plans for the existing POST statuses/filter on the Twitter Developer Forum:
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Twitter Dev Sep 18
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The new filtered stream endpoints will replace POST statuses/filter once they graduate from Labs and are fully supported. Your feedback during Labs will be critical to making sure this migration is successful.
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Twitter Dev Sep 18
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We're also letting you know about our future plans to deprecate the existing POST statuses/filter endpoint. We don’t have deprecation timing formalized yet, but we’ll give you 6 months’ notice to make migrations.
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Twitter Dev Sep 18
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With this new Labs release, we’re making powerful filtering tools available to developers that were previously only available in enterprise-level products.
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Twitter Dev Sep 18
Today in Twitter Developer Labs we’re releasing a new way to filter Tweets in real-time. This is one of the most popular features of our API. It allows developers to listen to hashtags, @mentions, and study what’s happening.
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Twitter Dev Sep 10
Students, are you looking for some peer inspiration for the year ahead? Take a look at our new blog post highlighting a few recent cool projects using the Twitter API!
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Twitter Dev Aug 28
Finding Twitter webhooks a challenge to set up? With Autohook, it’s so easy you can actually build a complete autoresponder in less than 100 lines. Learn how 👇
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Twitter Dev Aug 27
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Coming soon to Labs, look for new endpoints for streaming Tweets. Check out our public roadmap to see what else we’re working on.
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Twitter Dev Aug 27
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We’re updating Labs endpoints weekly with changes influenced by your feedback. We’ll continue to listen and iterate as we build for the future with you. Keep sending us your comments, ideas, and votes.
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Twitter Dev Aug 27
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This is the latest endpoint in our Twitter Developer Labs program where we are sharing early versions of the next generation of the Twitter API. Learn more or sign up to participate on the Labs website. 👇
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Twitter Dev Aug 27
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With this new Labs endpoint, you can easily pull public and private Tweet metrics (for owned or authorized Tweets) to track your impact, measure the effectiveness of a campaign, and more.
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Twitter Dev Aug 27
Our latest Twitter Developer Labs release helps you quickly assess the impact of your Tweets. Today, we’re releasing ✨a new metrics endpoint✨
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Twitter Dev Aug 23
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Twitter Dev Aug 20
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Speaking of NASA, be sure to register today for this upcoming MeetUp at the Jet Propulsion Labs where we'll talk about all things 🤖🚀🛸!
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Twitter Dev Aug 20
Looking for a quick and easy way to get started working with the Twitter API? Take a look at this cool sample app on Glitch from one of our Partner Engineers that makes use of APIs from both Twitter and NASA.
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Twitter Dev Aug 16
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This change simplifies things by keeping all DM-related permissions together. In the past, apps with RW permissions could perform any authorized write actions, and apps with “RW+DM” permission could both access and send DMs. Now, only apps with “RW+DM” permissions can send DMs.
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Twitter Dev Aug 16
As of today, we’re simplifying permissions for third-party apps. Most developers won't be impacted, but if your app uses the "Read and Write" permission to send Direct Messages, you'll want to read more on the Twitter Developer Forum:
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Twitter Dev Aug 15
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To sign up and get started using Twitter Developer Labs today, visit 👇
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