Go ahead, follow another puppy account. We won’t judge.
Introducing the manage follows endpoints to the new #TwitterAPI. You can now use the v2 API to follow and unfollow accounts. Learn more
Academics are one of the biggest groups using the #TwitterAPI to research what’s happening. Their work helps make the world (& Twitter) a better place, and now more than ever, we must enable more of it.
Introducing 🥁 the Academic Research product track!
The Academic Research product track has been released on the new Twitter API (v2)! This includes all v2 endpoints and features released to date, the new full-archive search endpoint, and advanced features for more precise queries.
Introducing a new Tweet field on v2 endpoints: “reply_settings" shows how the Tweet author allowed others to reply to their post. This can help you filter only by Tweets you can reply to, or better analyze public conversations. Learn more about it here 👇
Now in the new #TwitterAPI: user Tweet timeline and user mention timeline!
You can now get Tweets composed by or mentioning an account with the #TwitterAPI. Check out today’s announcement for what’s new, use cases, and sample code 👇
📣 We’re releasing new v2 endpoints today! The follows lookup endpoints enable you to retrieve a person’s follower and following relationships via the #TwitterAPI. Learn more 👇
As planned, the following Labs v1 endpoints have now been retired: Filtered stream v1, sampled stream v1, and Tweet metrics v1.
Please let us know in the forums if you have questions or need help with the Twitter API v2!
Starting today, you can see your monthly Tweet usage for the v2 API in the developer portal. ✨📊
This tracks how many Tweets you’ve received from filtered stream and recent search. Learn more here:
Tweet consumption status bar added to the new developer portal experience
You can now check your usage towards the Tweet cap of 500k Tweets per month for the recent search and filtered stream endpoints.
#DeveloperPortal #EarlyAccess #v2
The hide replies endpoint is launching today!
Developers can hide replies to Tweets - a crucial way developers can help improve the health of the public conversation using the #TwitterAPI.
Hide replies available in v2 Twitter API
Today, we’re launching the new hide replies endpoint into the v2 Twitter API. This endpoint enables you to hide abusive, distracting, or misleading replies to Tweets.
#TwitterAPI #EarlyAccess #v2
The following Labs endpoints are deprecated as of today, and will be retired in mid-September:
• Tweet metrics v1
• Filtered stream v1
• Sampled stream v1
And the following endpoint is deprecated as of today, and will be retired in mid-October:
• Recent search v2
It’s finally here! 🥁 Say hello to the new #TwitterAPI.
We’re rebuilding the Twitter API v2 from the ground up to better serve our developer community. And today’s launch is only the beginning.
The new Twitter API includes several new feature enhancements including the following:
• Ability to specify the fields returned with data objects
• Filter by and receive annotations with Tweets
• Additional metrics returned with Tweets and Media
• And much more!
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