One client of ours has an idea for a project leveraging the twitter API. He wants users to log in using twitter credentials, but wants to onboard them without logging in with the first interactions.
Basically, users would arrive on the site and search for a keyword right away without logging in. We figured that app-only tokens are not usable here because they are so low; and we figured that at this stage we could use another user’s token for this first search to show some results to the logged out user and entice him to login as well.
would doing this (using a user’s token to serve a logged out user) accepted within the ToS of the rest API?
Our logic is that is we have 100’s of user keys we might as well use them to get even more uses on board.