I notice API more often than before returns
code: 326, message: To protect our users from spam and other malicious activity, this account is temporarily locked and this pretty much make the connection useless.
We don’t have control over other apps the user is using that might cause code 326. Also, everyone can agree that Twitter anti-spam algo is over sensitive and this can happen pretty much any time to anyone (there is a lot of topics online about Twitter randomly locking accounts).
My questions are:
- Is there a way to check whether the user account is still locked?
- Will the lock go away automatically? From what I know they need to manually unlock it themselves.
- Are there any GET actions that can be performed during lock?
- If I “force” an API call and it returns code 326 over and over again, will that impact my app in anyway (Twitter flagging me for “spam behaviour” even if this was not my intention?