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Twitter is an online social networking service that enables users to send and receive short messages called 'tweets'. Connect to Twitter to manage your tweets. You can perform various actions such as send tweet, search, view followers, etc.

This connector is available in the following products and regions:

ServiceClassRegions
Logic AppsStandardAll Logic Apps regions except the following:
- Azure China regions
Power AutomateStandardAll Power Automate regions except the following:
- US Government (GCC High)
- China Cloud operated by 21Vianet
Power AppsStandardAll Power Apps regions except the following:
- US Government (GCC High)
- China Cloud operated by 21Vianet
Contact
NameMicrosoft
URLMicrosoft LogicApps Support
Microsoft Power Automate Support
Microsoft Power Apps Support
Connector Metadata
PublisherMicrosoft
Websitehttps://twitter.com/
Privacy policyhttps://twitter.com/privacy

Authentication and Bring your own application

The Twitter connector now supports multiple authentication types:

  • Use default shared application
  • Bring your own application

The default shared application uses a Twitter Client application maintained by Microsoft. In this case, when you sign into your Twitter account, you'll be asked to consent to the Microsoft Power Platform application.

With 'Bring your own application' option, you can use your own Twitter OAuth Client application instead of the one managed by Microsoft. Doing so will allow you to control permissions and enable certain limitations on the use of the connector.

To use your own Twitter OAuth Client application with the Twitter connector, you'll need to perform the following steps:

  1. Create an OAuth client application using Twitter developer page (https://developer.twitter.com)
  2. Use the application in the Twitter connector

Creating an OAuth Client Application in Twitter

To create your own Twitter OAuth client application, you'll need to first sign in to https://developer.twitter.com.Navigate to the 'Projects & Apps' section which is where you can manage and create twitter applications.This process is explained in Twitter's Twitter Developer Guide. After creating twitter app on developer page following steps are required for proper setup:

  • Select your twitter app
  • Edit app permissions to enable read and write.
  • Edit authentication settings
    • Enable 3rd party authentication
    • Add 'https://global.consent.azure-apim.net/redirect' for the callback URLs (NOTE: If you are using Fairfax subscription or GCC environment look at 'Fairfax and GCC callbacks' section)
    • Set 'Website URL' (required field, but it's value does not affect the flow)

Fairfax and GCC callbacks

If you are using Fairfax subscription or GCC environment add the following URLs for the callback URLs of your Twitter app:

  • For Fairfax:
  • For GCC:

Once you're done, select your twitter app and navigate to the 'Keys and tokens' page. In the 'Consumer Keys' section, click on 'View Keys' button, to get the API key and the API key secret of your app. You can now use those values in your Twitter connection.

Using your own application in the Twitter connector

Once you create the Twitter OAuth client application, you can use it while creating a Twitter connection.

  • Select Bring your own application.
  • Specify the Client ID and Client secret values from your application. (Use the API key and the API key secret of your Twitter app)

Click on Sign in to sign into your Twitter account. This will prompt you to sign in to your Twitter account, and then authorize access to the Twitter app that you created above.

LIMITS

The following are some of the limits and restrictions:

  1. Maximum number of connections per user: 2
  2. API call rate limit for POST operation: 12 per hour
  3. API call rate limit for other operations: 600 per hour
  4. Frequency of trigger polls: 1 hour
  5. Maximum size of image upload: 5 MB
  6. Maximum size of video upload: 15 MB
  7. Maximum number of search results: 100
  8. Maximum number of new tweets tracked within one polling interval: 5
  9. Maximum allowed 'Search text' parameter value length is 470

Restrictions of Twitter API

  1. Search API searches against a sampling of recent Tweets published in the past 7 days
  2. Standard search API is focused on relevance and not completeness. This means that some Tweets and users may be missing from search results

Additional restrictions for POST operation

Mentioning a @user while posting a tweet is not supported. Specifically, the '@' characters will be stripped while posting a tweet.

General Limits

NameValue
Connections per account2

Creating a connection

The connector supports the following authentication types:

Bring your own applicationSign in using your own Twitter app. For more details see 'Authentication and Bring your own application' section on this page.All regionsNot shareable
Use default shared applicationSign in using the standard Twitter app.All regionsNot shareable
Default [DEPRECATED]This option is only for older connections without an explicit authentication type, and is only provided for backward compatibility.All regionsNot shareable

Bring your own application

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Auth ID: byoa

Applicable: All regions

Sign in using your own Twitter app. For more details see 'Authentication and Bring your own application' section on this page.

This is not shareable connection. If the power app is shared with another user, another user will be prompted to create new connection explicitly.

NameTypeDescription
Consumer KeystringConsumer key of your Twitter application
Consumer SecretsecurestringClient secret of your Twitter application

Use default shared application

Auth ID: shared-application

Applicable: All regions

Sign in using the standard Twitter app.

This is not shareable connection. If the power app is shared with another user, another user will be prompted to create new connection explicitly.

Default [DEPRECATED]

Applicable: All regions

This option is only for older connections without an explicit authentication type, and is only provided for backward compatibility.

This is not shareable connection. If the power app is shared with another user, another user will be prompted to create new connection explicitly.

Actions

Get followers

This operation gets the list of users that follow a given user.

Get following

The operation gets the list of people the given user follows.

Get home timeline

This operation gets the most recent tweets and re-tweets posted by me and my followers.

Get my followers

This operation gets the list of users who are following me.

Get my following

This operation gets the list of users that I am following.

Get user

This operation gets the profile details for a given user, such as user name, description, followers count, and more.

Get user timeline

This operation gets a list of the most recent tweets posted by a given user.

Post a tweet

This operation posts a new tweet.

Retweet

This operation retweets a tweet.

Search tweets

This operation gets a list of relevant tweets matching the search query.

Get followers

This operation gets the list of users that follow a given user.

Parameters

NameKeyRequiredTypeDescription
userName True string

Twitter handle for the user.

Maximum results
maxResults integer

Maximum number of users to return.

Returns

Get following

The operation gets the list of people the given user follows.

Parameters

NameKeyRequiredTypeDescription
userName True string

Twitter handle for the user.

Maximum results
maxResults integer

Maximum number of users to return.

Returns

Get home timeline

This operation gets the most recent tweets and re-tweets posted by me and my followers.

Parameters

NameKeyRequiredTypeDescription
maxResults integer

Maximum number of tweets to return.

Returns

response
array of TweetModel

Get my followers

This operation gets the list of users who are following me.

Parameters

NameKeyRequiredTypeDescription
maxResults integer

Maximum number of users to get.

Returns

response
array of UserDetailsModel

Get my following

This operation gets the list of users that I am following.

Parameters

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NameKeyRequiredTypeDescription
maxResults integer

Maximum number of users to return.

Returns

response
array of UserDetailsModel

Get user

This operation gets the profile details for a given user, such as user name, description, followers count, and more.

Parameters

NameKeyRequiredTypeDescription
userName True string

Twitter handle for the user.

Returns

Represents a user.

Body
UserDetailsModel

Get user timeline

This operation gets a list of the most recent tweets posted by a given user.

Parameters

NameKeyRequiredTypeDescription
userName True string

Twitter handle for the user.

Maximum results
maxResults integer

Maximum number of tweets to return.

Returns

Post a tweet

Microsoft Teams Status Twitter

This operation posts a new tweet.

Parameters

NameKeyRequiredTypeDescription
tweetText string

Text to be posted.

Media
body binary

Media to be posted.

Returns

Represents the response of a tweet post.

Retweet

This operation retweets a tweet.

Parameters

NameKeyRequiredTypeDescription
tweetId True string

Tweet to be retweeted.

Trim user
trimUser boolean

Boolean to indicate whether to trim user information.

Returns

Represents the response of a tweet post.

Search tweets

This operation gets a list of relevant tweets matching the search query.

Parameters

NameKeyRequiredTypeDescription
searchQuery True string

Search term like 'happy hour', #haiku, from:@username, love OR hate.

Maximum results
maxResults integer

Maximum number of tweets to return.

sinceId string

Return tweets after the specified tweet ID.

Returns

response
array of TweetModel

Triggers

When a new tweet is posted

This operation triggers a flow when a new tweet that matches a given search query is posted.

When a new tweet is posted

This operation triggers a flow when a new tweet that matches a given search query is posted.

Parameters

NameKeyRequiredTypeDescription
searchQuery True string

Search term like 'happy hour', #haiku, from:@username, love OR hate.

Returns

Represents a wrapper object for batch trigger response

Body
TriggerBatchResponse[TweetModel]

Microsoft Teams Twitter Account

Definitions

TweetModel

Represents a tweet post.

NamePathTypeDescription
TweetText string

Text content of the tweet

Tweet id
TweetId string

Id of the tweet

CreatedAtIso string

Time at which the tweet was posted

Retweet count
RetweetCount integer

Total number of re-tweets for the tweet

TweetedBy string

Name of the user who has posted the tweet

Media urls
MediaUrls array of string

Url of the media posted along with the tweet

TweetLanguageCode string

Language code of the tweet

in_reply_to_user_id
TweetInReplyToUserId string

User Id of the author of the tweet that the current tweet is a reply to

Favorited boolean

Indicates whether the tweet is marked as favorited or not

User mentions
UserMentions array of UserMentionsModel

List of users mentioned in the tweet

OriginalTweet OriginalTweetModel

Represents an original tweet post.

UserDetails
UserDetails UserDetailsModel

Represents a user.

UserMentionsModel

Represents a user mentioned in a tweet.

NamePathTypeDescription
Id integer

Twitter id (handle) of the user

Mentioned user full name
FullName string

Full name of the user

UserName string

Screen name of the user

OriginalTweetModel

Represents an original tweet post.

NamePathTypeDescription
TweetText string

Text content of the original retrieved tweet

Original tweet id
TweetId string

Id of the original tweet

CreatedAtIso string

Time at which original tweet was posted

Original tweet retweet count
RetweetCount integer

Total number of re-tweets for this original tweet

TweetedBy string

User name of the person who posted the original tweet

Original tweet media urls
MediaUrls array of string

Url of the media posted along with the original tweet

TweetLanguageCode string

Language code for the original tweet

Original tweet in_reply_to_user_id
TweetInReplyToUserId string

User Id of the author of the tweet that the current original tweet is a reply to

Favorited boolean

Indicates whether the original tweet is marked as favorited

Original tweet user mentions
UserMentions array of OriginalTweetUserMentionsModel

The list of user mentioned in the tweet

UserDetails OriginalTweetUserDetailsModel

Represents a user who posted an original tweet

UserDetailsModel

Represents a user.

NamePathTypeDescription
FullName string

Name of the user

Location
Location string

Location of the user

Id integer

Twitter id (handle) of the user

User name
UserName string

Screen name of the user

FollowersCount integer

Number of followers

Description
Description string

User description

StatusesCount integer

User status count

Friends count
FriendsCount integer

Number of friends

FavouritesCount integer

Number of tweets that the user has favorited

Profile image url
ProfileImageUrl string

Url of the profile image

OriginalTweetUserMentionsModel

Represents a user mentioned in an original tweet.

NamePathTypeDescription
Id integer

Twitter id (handle) of the user

Original tweet mentioned user full name
FullName string

Full name of the user

UserName string

Screen name of the user

OriginalTweetUserDetailsModel

Represents a user who posted an original tweet

NamePathTypeDescription
FullName string

Name of the user

Original tweet user Location
Location string

Location of the user

Id integer

Twitter id (handle) of the user

Original tweet user name
UserName string

Screen name of the user

FollowersCount integer

Number of followers

Original tweet user Description
Description string

User description

StatusesCount integer

User status count

Original tweet user friends count
FriendsCount integer

Number of friends

FavouritesCount integer

Number of tweets that the user has favorited

Original tweet user profile image url
ProfileImageUrl string

Url of the profile image

TweetResponseModel

Represents the response of a tweet post.

NamePathTypeDescription
TweetId string

ID of the tweet posted

TriggerBatchResponse[TweetModel]

Microsoft Teams Twitter Account

Represents a wrapper object for batch trigger response

NamePathTypeDescription
value array of TweetModel

A list of the response objects

Are You Using These 10 Microsoft Teams Bots Yet?

Microsoft Teams bots are crucial to get the most out of your collaboration stack.

With 91% of companies now using at least 2 messaging apps, there’s a good chance you’ll want to extend the functionality of your Teams with some plugins, add-ons, and bots.

What are bots in Microsoft Teams?

Bots allow you to interact with external apps without having to leave Microsoft Teams.

Got employees using different chat apps at the same time?

There’s a bot to sync their conversations.

Need to track employee engagement and surveys?

There’s a bot to poll your staff members.

With more bots appearing on the Microsoft Teams store all the time, here are our top 10.

1 – Mio

Do you communicate with people outside your organization?

Do they use apps other than Microsoft Teams?

If the answer is yes to both of these questions, according to research, they’ll likely be using Slack or Cisco Webex Teams.

When this is the case, it becomes extremely unproductive moving out of Teams, into your external contact’s choice of app, and starting the conversation again.

Or even worse, end up resorting to email like it’s the 90s. (Okay, email has a purpose but you get the point).

That’s why Mio has created universal channels for Microsoft Teams with Slack or Webex Teams…

You can stay in Teams and send messages to your contractors, suppliers, or clients that use Slack or Webex.

They stay in their platform too and Mio translates the messages across platform.

And it’s not just messages that are supported! GIFs, emojis, channels, DMs, and message edits/deletes are all supported.

If this sounds like something you need, add Mio to Microsoft Teams here.

Recognizing that users need more than just messaging from their team collaboration tools, all these features are supported when syncing Microsoft Teams and Slack:

  • Messaging in channels and teams
  • Image uploads
  • File uploads
  • Emoji reactions
  • Threaded messages
  • Edit message
  • Delete message
  • Rich text formatting
  • Sync MPIMs (Multi-party instant messages)

2 – Whobot

Struggling to keep track of everyone in your organization?

There’s a few Microsoft Teams bots that can help with that.

With Whobot, users can search for whatever or whoever you need with nothing but a simple question.

For instance, if you need to talk to someone about product sales, you could type, “Who knows about the latest product sales numbers?”

Whobot collects data on whoever mentioned “product sales numbers” recently, and hands it to you, along with insights on how to contact your coworker, (i.e. via message or email).

To install Whobot, click on the “More Apps” option in the list that appears when you hit the three dots to the left-hand side of your Microsoft Teams app.

3 – Zoom.ai

This handy meeting assistant is one of the best Microsoft Teams bots for improving scheduling – without leaving Teams.

With the Zoom.ai bot, you can automate your meeting schedules, reserve rooms for your colleagues, and access useful contextual information.

Zoom.ai also syncs with calendars and CRM tools so that you can collect useful information in seconds.

4 – ScrumGenuis

Are you keeping track of your team’s tasks in a spreadsheet?

Or trying to understand what everyone is working on through email?

Or do you have too many tools and information is spread all over the place?

There is a better solution.

ScrumGenius for Microsoft Teams aims to solve this problem with its Microsoft Teams app.

The app automates recurring communication workflows and can run daily standups, surveys, meetings, and ad-hoc reporting across timezones, allowing your team to sync anytime, anywhere.

All the responses are collected and shared transparently with everyone through a #channel in Microsoft Teams.

Managers can access history, view participation, goals & blocker stats, and view team member’s activity in other tools like JIRA, Planner, Azure, and DevOps.

Features include:

  • Check-in without leaving Microsoft Teams app
  • Broadcasting responses to a #channel
  • Custom questions
  • Goals & blocker tracking
  • Multi timezone support
  • Private reports
  • Integration with project management tools

There is also the ScrumGenius tab available so all team members can log in (using their Microsoft Account) to view the dashboard and customize settings like notifications and timezones within Microsoft Teams.

5 – Growbot

We all crave a little recognition from time to time, right?

One of the main reasons that employees leave their jobs today is that they feel underappreciated.

Fortunately, tools like Growbot give today’s busy managers and supervisors a fun and easy way to dole out the kudos and keep turnover to a minimum.

With Growbot, you can simply ask @Growbot to send kudos to anyone in your channel that needs a pat on the back.

Growbot helpfully stores information about the kudos that you send to your team members, so you can also track how much positive feedback each person is getting.

Today, it’s one of the most common add-ons for the Microsoft Teams app.

6 – Workbot

Workbot is a fun productivity-boosting bot for Microsoft Teams.

Already, countless companies rely on this bot to approve workflows, deliver requests for IT assistance, and manage order fulfillment from within the Microsoft Teams environment.

For example, you can ask Workbot to create a new lead for you in Salesforce without having to click out of your Teams channel.

You’ll also have the option to look up users on Intercom, create new mail campaigns in MailChimp, and get smart notifications from Zendesk.

Want more insights into how your business is performing?

Just ask Workbot to schedule summary reports from your favorite tools and deliver them to your Teams app.

Designed by the Workato team, Workbot helps you to bring more of your daily work processes into your collaboration app.

You can pull information and functionalities from over 150 business apps at once, which means less hopping between tabs.

7 – Polly

Ever feel like you need to be a mind reader to lead your team effectively?

It’s hard to know if your people are adequately engaged and well-supported in their work, particularly when you’re working with remote and dispersed employees.

If your psychic powers aren’t as great as you’d like them to be, you can always turn to Polly.

This Microsoft Teams bot allows business leaders to conduct and analyze polls or surveys in Teams.

With Polly, you can get instant responses to your most pressing questions, with votes that run in tandem to your conversations.

You’ll also have the option to manage various parts of your poll too.

For instance, you can decide whether votes should be anonymous.

You can also schedule regular polls to update what you know about your team.

There’s also a Polly tab available on Teams where you can get up-to-date overviews of conversation poll data.

8 – Soapbox

Everybody talks about meetings that could have been an email.

It’s even got its own meme.

Soapbox is an agenda app for one-on-ones and team meetings. No more digging through Google Docs or emails to prepare for your meetings. Instead, build your meeting agendas in Soapbox and have all your talking points, notes and next steps in one place.

Meetings are better when everyone comes prepared and leaves aligned and ready to crush it.

Soapbox is especially great for remote teams that have asynchronous meetings. You can discuss items without ever having to be in the same room.

You can launch Soapbox in a tab at the top of a chat or channel so you can run meetings effectively without ever having to leave Teams.

Features include:

  • Suggested questions to prompt better conversations
  • Meeting notifications to keep you and your team accountable
  • Meeting minutes to make catching up easy for people who are unable to attend
  • Support for building stronger relationships between teams, helping you break down workplace silos

9 – YellowAnt

YellowAnt is a leading workplace assistant bot designed to help people automate their work within Microsoft Teams.

This easy-to-use tool integrates with apps like Gmail, Salesforce, Marketo, YouTube, Wikipedia, and Freshdesk to deliver endless command and event-triggered automations within Microsoft Teams.

Take this scenario:

If you link your YellowAnt bot with Github, then ask @YellowAnt to list the issues on Github at a specific time, the service will jump into your other apps and retrieve the data for you.

This means you don’t have to spend as much time moving between different tools.

You could also ask @YellowAnt to give you information from Gmail or send a message through Gmail on your behalf.

Some of the everyday tasks you’ll be able to automate with YellowAnt include:

  • Sending emails
  • Commenting on Github issues
  • Searching for Salesforce issues
  • Creating and resolving issues on Zendesk
  • Recalling information from G-Suite files

10 – Statsbot

Businesses of all sizes are learning that if they want to succeed in today’s competitive marketplace, they need data — and lots of it.

Of course, for most companies, accessing that information means browsing through various applications and tools to collect useful insights.

The more apps you have to search through, the harder it is to get the stats you need.

That’s where Statsbot can help.

Statsbot pulls raw data from various points in your business environment and delivers it to you in the form of useful insights that you can access directly within Microsoft Teams.

All you need to do is set up Statsbot within your workplace, integrate it with the analytics systems you use, and then add the bot to your Microsoft Teams environment.

From there, your employees will be able to quickly ask Statsbot for information when they’re working with colleagues or responding to a customer query.

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