Mutes on v2 ✅
A little peace and quiet never hurts. Today, we’re launching the mutes lookup endpoints, which completes mute functionality on the #TwitterAPI v2. Use the mutes endpoints to give people safer, more comfortable experiences on Twitter.
Better believe it, OAuth 2.0 is nearly here!
We’re releasing OAuth 2.0 into beta on the Twitter API v2, and you're all invited to request access today. Let us know what you think and learn more in the forum post 👇
Today, we’re launching an OAuth 2.0 beta!
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Another tool for your data compliance arsenal. 🛠
The batch compliance endpoints provide an additional tool to help keep your datasets reflective of the current state of content on Twitter and in compliance with the Twitter Developer Agreement and Policy.
Today, we’re launching the batch compliance endpoints that make it easy for developers using the Twitter API to keep their Twitter data in compliance with our Developer Agreement and Policy.
The Engagement API doesn't support video views for these older Tweets. This new object is called unsupported_for_video_views_tweet_ids, and will include a comma-separated list of Tweet IDs that are older than 1800 days old to help identify these unsupported Tweets.
Previously, we delivered zero values for video views on Tweets that were older than 1800 days via the enterprise Engagement API without context. Starting today, you’ll receive a new object in your response that helps clarify the situation.
Retweet endpoints are now available on the #TwitterAPI v2, enabling developers to build new solutions for engaging in, and understanding, the public conversation.
We won't mind if you use this Tweet to practice with the POST method 😉
Does unfollowing or blocking sometimes feel a bit too harsh? Consider muting instead.
You can now build with the manage mutes endpoints on the #TwitterAPI v2 to give people more control over the content they see on Twitter.
Announcing new improvements to team functionality in the #TwitterAPI developer portal to improve the invitation flow and experience for developers.
Today, we’re launching improvements to the functionality of teams in the developer portal.
Introducing the manage Likes endpoints to the #TwitterAPI v2. Liking Tweets is one of the core aspects of the Twitter experience. Developers can now use these endpoints to like or unlike a specified Tweet on behalf of an authenticated account.
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.
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