Request limit change: today, we're implementing a change to two commonly used Twitter standard API endpoints - user and mentions timeline. Check out our forum post below to learn more 👇 https://t.co/L1rT7Msm4c
Reminder: only 1⃣ week until the rate limit change to user and mentions timeline endpoints will go into effect. If you're still not sure if your app will be impacted, you can read more here: https://t.co/JUK13aZPsF …
Don't forget: 1⃣ month to go until the rate limit change to user and mentions timeline endpoint goes into effect. If you're still not sure if your app will be impacted, you can read more here: https://t.co/JUK13bhqkdhttps://t.co/lnO00V6aEX
Today we’re previewing some changes to our API, including the deprecation of legacy values in user objects. We’re making these changes to provide accurate, useful data to the developers who build on Twitter APIs. https://t.co/hXrmNPLhmp
Today we are previewing changes to the rate limits of two commonly used Twitter standard API endpoints – user and mentions timeline. Read more about the new limit that we’ll implement on June 19, 2019 here:
Reminder: New default app-level POST rate limits take effect today. We’ve previously reached out to the small number of developers impacted by these changes with details on how to apply for free, elevated access.
See today's post for details. https://t.co/fpO7IKwOG2
To make room for more expression, we will now count all emojis as equal—including those with gender and skin tone modifiers 👍🏻👍🏽👍🏿. This is now reflected in Twitter-Text, our Open Source library.
Using Twitter-Text? See the forum post for detail: https://t.co/Nx1XZmRCXA
To strengthen the security of our systems, today we changed how apps can access images via the Direct Message API. If your app renders images from this API, please see today’s update for details.
During these unprecedented times, what’s happening on Twitter can help the world better understand & respond to the pandemic.
We're launching a free COVID-19 stream endpoint so qualified devs & researchers can study the public conversation in real-time. https://t.co/BPqMcQzhId
As we work to keep our employees safe during COVID-19, you are likely to experience longer than usual review times for developer applications.
We’re working to cut this time and want to be open about challenges we’re facing. Thank you for building with us.https://t.co/p3a0UgbZWy
A few months ago, we added Tweet annotations to the Labs’ streaming endpoints. These annotations help uncover details about topics within Tweets.
Today, we’re adding annotations to all Tweet objects delivered in Labs. https://t.co/63pC4BDr5v
We ❤️ the incredible research people do using Twitter data to study topics like spam, abuse, and other areas related to the health of conversation on Twitter.
Our new policy clarifies our rules here to better support non-commercial research. https://t.co/pIuS4mskjz
In November, we gave people the ability to hide replies to their Tweets. Starting today, we’re opening this feature up to developers!
✨Introducing a new Labs endpoint so developers can help people hide replies they find irrelevant, off-topic, or toxic. https://t.co/iW2ZYBcOoQhttps://t.co/7IiPK2j0Ee
Today, we’re sharing a few small improvements to make it easier for academic researchers to get started with the Twitter API. You can find resources and guidance on how to work with Twitter data on the new Twitter academic research page. ⬇️ https://t.co/nP4CvMnvQI
You may have seen the recent announcement about following Topics on Twitter. Today, we’re excited to provide API support for this new feature. We're adding annotations to the payload, so you can discover new details about the Tweets that matter. 🧵https://t.co/B8613P9K5chttps://t.co/PCJ9Wsi56V
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.
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: https://t.co/8fdtjEmTbQ