The Twitter App dashboard allows developers to quickly and easily perform the following tasks:
- View your existing Apps and Projects and their associated App ID.
- Create a new Project or standalone App.
- Delete a Project, App, or standalone App.
- Open up a specific App's settings by clicking into the App’s settings. Within the settings, you can see the App details, keys and tokens, and permissions.
Starting January 2021, App keys and tokens are no longer viewable within the Developer Portal and must be saved securely once generated. These credentials can be regenerated from within the App settings. We recommend using a password manager to store your keys and tokens.
Keys and tokens
Inside of an App in a Project or via a standalone App you can view, create, regenerate, or revoke the following tokens:
- API Key (consumer key)
- API Secret (consumer secret)
- Bearer Token
- Access Token
- Access Token Secret
If you are the App owner, you can adjust the permissions of the App (read-only; read and write; or read, write and direct messages). This controls which resources and events you have access to via Twitter APIs (note: some resources require further permission from Twitter directly).