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    AdminAndy Piper (Developer Advocate, Twitter) commented  · 

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

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    AdminAndy Piper (Developer Advocate, Twitter) commented  · 

    Thank you for this feedback. We only recently reduced these limits for some of the reasons that you mention in your request, and at present there are no plans to change the current rate limits associated with these actions. There are very few reasons for Twitter users to need to follow others at a very high speed and our models show that this sort of behaviour is consistent with inorganic, automated apps rather than an individual user's personal choice.

    The new version of the Twitter API that we enabled via Twitter Developer Labs for early adopters today initially has no access to these follow / unfollow activities, and we do not currently plan to review the limits you've mentioned.

    Please keep an eye on our developer roadmap, but at this time we do not expect to make changes to the limits you've described. Thank you.

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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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