Today we are opening up access to several new Direct Message APIs so that developers can build better personalized customer experiences at scale. These APIs are designed to help businesses use the entire Twitter platform, from public Tweets to private Direct Messages, to deliver faster, richer, and more engaging human- and bot-powered customer service, marketing, and engagement experiences.
These APIs enable innovative interactions in Direct Messages, like what @United has created for exploring travel.
In 2015, we launched the official Twitter plugin for WordPress to help sites powered by WordPress embed Twitter content and grow their audience on Twitter. Today we’re excited to announce an update that makes it even easier than ever to bring fresh, relevant content into your WordPress-powered site.
At the start of this year, we extended Twitter Kit’s media support with an enhanced video player and we were delighted to see video and GIFs from Twitter bring the stories in your apps to life. Now, we’re adding Vine support to Twitter Kit too!
Login and authorization are two of the most challenging user interface problems when building an app. Twitter Kit 2.2 adds support for the Safari View Controller to improve the user experience for your users.
Whether you want to dynamically generate thousands of timelines at once, or you’re just looking for the quickest way to add a single Twitter timeline to your site, we’ve got you covered with three easy new ways to create embedded timelines.
We’re delighted to announce that we’re releasing Twitter Kit 2.0 for iOS on March 23, with API refinements, a new Tweet detail view, and an important change to how applications request email addresses.