We have approved app en developer.twitter.com. And now what?


#1

Hello Twitter team :slight_smile:

We have recently the approved application.
Now we need to know which are the following steps:

1.- Do we have to change the final points of “api.twitter.com” to “developer.twitter.com”?
2.- Do we have to regenerate new keys and tokens so that the EndPoints pointed to the new approved application?
3.- What are the steps to follow?

Thanks in advance.


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#2
  1. The API remains available at api.twitter.com. The new developer.twitter.com site and portal replaces the old dev.twitter.com and apps.twitter.com sites. There is no need to change any code.

  2. There is no need to regenerate any keys or tokens, existing apps associated with your account should appear inside the developer portal (https://developer.twitter.com/en/apps)

  3. Unless you require access to the premium API sandboxes for the search and account activity APIs there are no additional steps at this time. You can learn more about the new portal for managing apps and developer environments.


#3

Thank you so much andypiper. Her answer has been very rapid and us aclared the black points we had. Thanks. :slight_smile:


#4

Hi Andypiper :slight_smile:

We want to know what your recommendations and good practices are. I thank you in advance for your help.

We have a new solution called BeAmbassador that allows our customers (companies) to connect with their employees and that they can share the content cured by the brand in their social profiles voluntarily.

The use is to publish Tweet (not MD, not Retweets) and access to basic metrics such as number of followers, number of publications, shares, clicks, comments and impresions.

We are seeing that some of these companies want to invite hundreds of employees. We want to avoid that if you reach limits do not affect other customers

What do you recommend?, Create a new app on Twitter for any customer account we have or
Can we with a single app establish a different name space for each of our customers?

How many apps can we create as developers?

Again thank you for your help


#5

A developer account can have 10 apps without requesting additional elevation (via the API policy form). You should use one app and have your clients authenticate using the Sign In With Twitter flow to post via your app. If you reach a limit for updates and volume you can also request elevated whitelisted access for greater volumes. Please do no register multiple developer accounts for multiple companies - if you are a software as a service business, then the single app you create is likely to be sufficient for your use case.

Note that you can have developer, test, and production apps on a single account, but the overall total remains 10 apps unless you request further access and review.


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