Please note:

We recently graduated hide replies into Twitter API v2: Early Access and announced a 90-day deprecation window. We will retire this endpoint in November 2020.

Learn more about the new hide replies endpoint, and review our migration resources to update to the new Twitter API.

Apps using the hide replies endpoint

Here's a collection of noteworthy apps built by developers who integrated the hide replies endpoint. By matching their technology with the Twitter API, they created useful experiences to help all users enhance the public conversation.

Perspective API template app

Perspective API template app

Perspective is an artificial intelligence trained by Jigsaw (a unit within Alphabet) to detect toxic comments. This app detects a person's incoming replies, and automatically hides a reply based on the “score” that indicates how confident Perspective is that a comment is similar to toxic comments it’s seen in the past. This is an open source template app developed by Twitter. We encourage you to personalize it to build tools for your users.

Reshuffle

Reshuffle

Reshuffle is a platform to connect business applications with flexible scripts. The app to detects and hides replies that include keywords you define. To try it out, make sure you have a valid app enabled for Hide replies, then follow the instructions in the app.

Hide unwanted replies

Hide unwanted replies

Dara Oladosu, the developer behind the popular app QuotedReplies, built an app that automatically hides replies that meet some of the criteria that he’s determined are more likely to exhibit abusive behavior, including replies that contain certain keywords he’s muted in the past.

Pandaflow

Pandaflow

Pandaflow is a no code platform to automate workflows. They integrate the endpoint so users can programmatically hide replies based on a custom flow they define.

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