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Building a better Twitter Developer Platform: early design choices for our first Labs releases

@i_am_daniele wrote: We announced the Twitter API v1.1 in August 2012. Twitter itself has evolved a lot since then, as has our developer platform – with the addition of new services like our enterprise data APIs and the Ads API. Today, many of these developer services look and feel different from each other, and some […]

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Terms of Service and Privacy Endpoints Will No Longer Serve Content After June 10

@Hamza wrote: As of June 10, 2019, the ToS and Privacy endpoints will no longer serve content. The usage of these endpoints has been small historically, and few developers will be impacted. The contents of these endpoints is best served by our up-to-date web pages that reflect the current status of our Privacy Policy and […]

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Reminder: Rate limit changes coming to to mentions_timeline and user_timeline endpoints

@LeBraat wrote: We will begin limiting total GET requests to the /statuses/mentions_timeline and /statuses/user_timeline endpoints to 100,000 requests per day as of June 19, 2019 . To learn more about this change, please read our forum post. Posts: 3 Participants: 1 Read full topic source https://twittercommunity.com/t/reminder-rate-limit-changes-coming-to-to-mentions-timeline-and-user-timeline-endpoints/125587

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RT with comment, aka Quote Tweets, now may have media attached across Twitter APIs

@Hamza wrote: Today we’re announcing a new feature that allows userspeople on Twitter to add a GIF, video, or photo to their Retweet with comments, aka Quote Tweets. Developers will start to see additional media metadata included in the payload for Quote Tweets. Quote Tweets with media will be rendered very similarly to Tweets with […]

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Updated media API documentation is now available

@andypiper wrote: As part of our ongoing efforts to improve our developer documentation, we’ve recently shipped some updates to the Media API reference information. Specifically, these updates relate to the Tweet object data dictionary, and include a number of clarifications about what to expect in API responses that include media entities. If you use media […]

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Upcoming changes to user object and GET users/suggestions endpoints

@andypiper wrote: We are making two sets of changes to our APIs & related documentation. These updates clarify the status of some data fields that are already obsolete, clean up legacy features, and retire access to some outdated endpoints. These changes fall into two categories: Deprecation of some fields in the user object to remove […]

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Updates to daily follow limits

@Hamza wrote: Today, we changed the daily limit for the number of users a single user can follow from 1,000 to 400, as referenced here. This limit is applied to each user individually, independent of the applications they use to access the Twitter platform. As a result, this new user limit also applies to third-party […]

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Rate limit changes to mentions_timeline and user_timeline endpoints

@johnd wrote: Today we are previewing changes to two of the most commonly used Twitter standard API endpoints – user and mentions timeline. Specifically, we will begin limiting total GET requests to the v1.1 /statuses/mentions_timeline and /statuses/user_timeline endpoints to 100,000 requests per day as of June 19, 2019. You can learn more about the reasons […]

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New is:reply search operator for premium and enterprise

@Aurelia wrote: Today, we are excited to announce the launch of a new search operator: is:reply is now available to use with the paid premium and enterprise search endpoints. This operator is already available with enterprise PowerTrack and enterprise Historical PowerTrack. is:reply is a Boolean operator that can be used to filter all replies to […]

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Update on the Embedded Grid display type

@evansobkowicz wrote: In August 2017 we announced that Moments would render as timelines instead of grids. Today, we’re announcing the end of our support for grid-style embedded collections. We want to focus on widget types which are more widely adopted, such as embedded Tweets and timelines. We’ll continue to support embedded grids for 30 days, […]

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