Dedicated Bot Accounts
Enable creation of dedicated "bot" accounts, solely for posting tweets or other automated activity. These would display with a 🤖 robot emoji by the name (instead of a blue checkmark) so they are easily distinguished from regular users.
Self-selecting into the "bot" category could come with a different, more restrictive set of permissions - no web login or posting (OAuth only), cannot Follow others, or whatever other limits Twitter wants to impose on them. On the flip side, bots could enjoy different categories of moderation, suspension, or flagging rules as they are no longer being confused with "human" posters. No need to tie them to a phone number, for example, or provide other human identity verification.
The idea is to carve out a space for developers of purposeful "art bots", away from the current discourse surrounding bots as foreign agents, disinformation tools or political weapons.
αℓєχιѕ єνєℓуη 🏳️⚧️ 🏳️🌈 commented
I like the bots accounts idea, but I feel that they should be able to post. For example, we have the Twitter Plays Snake bot and the year countdown bot, both of which posts automatically and a lot of people enjoy and retweet.
happy donkey commented
Telegram messenger has this feature,same can be added to Twitter it will be a big boost to twitter.