Blockquote don’t surprise the user, and give them the ability to customise what is posted
No surprises, It is/was a very specific ‘opt in’ function which asks - ‘would you like to automatically tweet your match scores including any of your hashtags?’ This allows fans to follow matches on twitter.
The user decides if they’d like to tweet scores or not and can change the setting at any time.
NOTE: This app is an aid to live competitive backgammon where play is often on the clock. Players certainly don’t want any interruption from tweet sheets while in the middle of an important match.
Here is the old settings screen which I’m in the process of updating, previously you could choose your twitter account from within the app
Blockquote The expectation is that the Tweet share sheet should be used so the user has the opportunity to modify the content and confirm the Tweet.
It seems that if BG Buddy can’t tweet scores automatically with the user’s consent I’ll sadly have to remove twitter functionality completely in the next update.
Is that in fact the case?