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AdminAndy Piper (Developer Advocate, Twitter)

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  1. 14 votes

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    6 comments  ·  Twitter Developer Labs » General features  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminAndy Piper (Developer Advocate, Twitter) commented  · 

    Thanks for this! Can you explain what this would enable, beyond using the search API to find Tweets referencing the original Tweet ID? What is the app idea or implementation scenario you've good in mind here if this was available?

  2. 4 votes

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    AdminAndy Piper (Developer Advocate, Twitter) commented  · 

    I'm curious to understand what you mean by sending a Tweet "to a group"? Can you provide more information and what you would like such an API to look like?

  3. 3 votes

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    AdminAndy Piper (Developer Advocate, Twitter) commented  · 

    You might like to check out our new Tweet metrics API in Twitter Developer Labs, as a starting point? https://twittercommunity.com/t/new-twitter-developer-labs-release-metrics-endpoint/129122

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    AdminAndy Piper (Developer Advocate, Twitter) commented  · 

    Would an API for Tweet analytics be useful as an alternative to programmatic CSV downloads?

  4. 11 votes

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  5. 9 votes

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    acknowledged  ·  4 comments  ·  Twitter Developer Labs » GET Tweets  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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  6. 24 votes

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    AdminAndy Piper (Developer Advocate, Twitter) commented  · 

    Can you say more about why you believe geo information is not available at present?

    Geo data is already available in the Twitter API. However, it is (intentionally) left to the user to decide when they choose to add location information to a Tweet, and historically the numbers of Tweets with location attached tends to be fairly low. Correspondingly, data sets that search based on location may not always return a very high number of matching Tweets.

  7. 7 votes

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    AdminAndy Piper (Developer Advocate, Twitter) commented  · 

    Can you explain a little more about what you are looking for here? There is already an Ads API that enables campaigns to be managed and run. What's the specific request here, and what would this enable you to accomplish?

  8. 5 votes

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  9. 25 votes

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  10. 13 votes

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    started  ·  1 comment  ·  Twitter Developer Labs » Documentation and resources  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminAndy Piper (Developer Advocate, Twitter) commented  · 

    Good news - this is exactly what is currently coming in the new Labs APIs!

  11. 17 votes

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    AdminAndy Piper (Developer Advocate, Twitter) commented  · 

    Understand that the old Apigee console was popular, but unfortunately it was not possible to update on an ongoing basis and was running on a legacy product.

    With the adoption of OpenAPI, this opens some new possibilities around potential testing tools (import specs into common tools such as Postman or Insomnia, or SwaggerHub, for example).

    Is this something that would be of interest?

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  12. 54 votes

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