Academics are one of the biggest groups using the #TwitterAPI to research what’s happening. Their work helps make the world (& Twitter) a better place, and now more than ever, we must enable more of it.
Introducing 🥁 the Academic Research product track!
We tested, you Tweeted, and now we’re rolling it out to everyone!
Introducing a new Tweet field on v2 endpoints: “reply_settings" shows how the Tweet author allowed others to reply to their post. This can help you filter only by Tweets you can reply to, or better analyze public conversations. Learn more about it here 👇
💡 Using Twitter data for academic research? Join our next livestream this Friday @ 9am PT on !
@SuhemParack will show how to get started with recent search & filtered stream endpoints on the #TwitterAPI v2, the new Tweet payload, annotations, & more.
👋 We're going live on Twitch in just a few minutes!
👀 Don’t sign off for the holidays just yet. We’ve got something else coming your way later this afternoon...
Now in the new #TwitterAPI: user Tweet timeline and user mention timeline!
You can now get Tweets composed by or mentioning an account with the #TwitterAPI. Check out today’s announcement for what’s new, use cases, and sample code 👇
Thanks to everyone who tuned in today to make music with the #TwitterAPI!
Next week on Twitch - @iamdaniele and @jessicagarson will show you how to integrate the #TwitterAPI and Google Sheets 📈. Tuesday, Dec 15th at 2pm ET.
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