|Ability to request specific objects and fields
|Pick and choose which data you receive in your response with our new fields and expansions functionality.
|New and more detailed data objects
|Advanced metrics return in Tweets
|More easily understand the performance of Tweets from directly within your payload by requesting both public and private Tweet metrics including impressions, video views, user profile and URL clicks, some of which are separated into an organic and promoted context.
|Insights on Tweet topics with annotations
|When using search Tweets or filtered stream, you can now filter by topic using our entity and context operators. We’ve also provided these topics within the Tweet payload to help with analysis.
|Improved conversation tracking
|Make it easier to identify a Tweet as part of a conversation thread when using recent search and Tweet lookup. We've also added the abliity to determine whether conversation reply settings have been set for a Tweet with the Tweet field
|Academic Research product track
|This specialized product track for researchers grants free access to full-archive search and other v2 endpoints released to date. It also includes a significantly higher monthly Tweet cap, and enhanced features and functionality to get more precise and complete data for analyzing the public conversation.
In addition to the above features, we’ve also released the following functionality:
- High confidence spam filtering
- Shortened URLs are fully unwound for easier URL analysis
- Simplified JSON response objects by removing deprecated fields and modernizing labels
- Recovery and redundancy functionality for our streaming endpoints
- Return of 100% of matching public and available Tweets in search queries
- Streaming "rules" so you can make changes without dropping connections
- More expressive query language for filtered stream and search
- OpenAPI spec to build new libraries & more transparently track changes
- API support for new features and endpoints more quickly as our platform evolves to meet the needs of developers, researchers, businesses, and people using Twitter.
|Look up Tweets by ID.
|Endpoints that enable you to Tweet or delete a Tweet.
Query the most recent seven days or the full-archive of Tweets, and receive a full-fidelity response.
The full-archive search endpoint is currently only available via the Academic Research product track.
Retrieve a count of Tweets from either the last seven days or from the full-archive that matches a query.
The full-archive Tweet counts endpoint is currently only available via the Academic Research product track.
|Retrieve a timeline of either the Tweets composed by a specified Twitter account, or the mentions of a specified Twitter account.
|Filter the complete stream of real-time public Tweets.
|Stream a sample of new Tweets as they are published, across ~1% of all public Tweets in real-time.
|Retrieve a list of accounts that have Retweeted a Tweet, or Retweet or undo a Retweet of a Tweet.
|Retrieve a list of users who liked a Tweet, retrieve a list of Tweets that a user has liked, or like and unlike a Tweet.
|Hide or unhide a reply to a Tweet.
|Look up users by name or ID.
|Retrieve an account's followers, retrieve a list of who an account is following, or follow and unfollow a user.
|Retrieve a list of users that an account has blocked, or block and unblock a user.
|Retrieve a list of users that an account has muted, or mute and unmute a user
|Lookup a Space using IDs or a creator's username
|Search for a Space using a keyword
|Batch upload dataset to understand what action is needed to ensure that your datasets reflect the current state of the content on Twitter.