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2019/4/9 Updates to daily follow limits

2019/4/20 Upcoming changes to user object and GET users/suggestions endpoints

2019/4/24 Updated media API documentation is now available

2019/4/9 Updates to daily follow limits

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Today, we changed the daily limit for the number of users a single user can follow from 1,000 to 400, as referenced here.

This limit is applied to each user individually, independent of the applications they use to access the Twitter platform. As a result, this new user limit also applies to third-party applications developed on the Twitter API using the /friendships/create endpoint.

Although a daily limit existed prior to this change, we wanted to take this opportunity to encourage developers to check their own apps to ensure they are built to gracefully handle scenarios where app users might encounter this limit.

・Endpoint: /friendships/create
・Limit: Requests / 24-hour window: 400 new follows per user
If a particular user reaches the follow limit, the following error response will be returned:

“You are unable to follow more people at this time.”

code: 161

Corresponds with HTTP 403. Thrown when a user cannot follow another user due to reaching the limit. This limit is applied to each user individually, independent of the applications they use to access the Twitter platform.
We have updated our documentation to reflect the new limit, which you can find here.

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2019/4/20 Upcoming changes to user object and GET users/suggestions endpoints

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We are making two sets of changes to our APIs & related documentation. These updates clarify the status of some data fields that are already obsolete, clean up legacy features, and retire access to some outdated endpoints.

These changes fall into two categories:

・Deprecation of some fields in the user object to remove cruft and simplify access to settings values
・Deprecation of the
GET users/suggestions
API endpoints

User object changes
As part of our ongoing work to simplify our web app and update our desktop web client, we are phasing out support for legacy profile customization values in our apps. We are also taking this opportunity to further clean up the user object payload by removing account settings values and follow request values from user objects returned. In the future, account settings will only be available via
GET account/settings
, and follow relationship values will only be available via
GET friendships/lookup

The following fields should no longer be relied on by developers when making use of the user object, including when returned as part of a Tweet. Starting on May 20, 2019, all of the following fields will no longer be supported. Developers should expect them to start returning null values. This will be documented appropriately as part of the user data dictionary. These changes apply across our standard, premium, and enterprise API products.

Settings values (these will only be available via
GET account/settings
in the future)
(NOTE: this value was a user interface configuration setting, and not related to the language of Tweets, which will continue to be part of the Tweet object)
Follow relationship values (available only via
GET friendships/lookup
in the future)
(similar to previously deprecated
Obsolete values
will continue to be valid and populated for user profile images aka "avatar images." HTTPS URLs are the only formats that Twitter will support in internal data objects in the future, and you should update your apps and code appropriately
We have updated our documentation to reflect this change here.


These endpoints are
GET users/suggestions
GET users/suggestions/:slug
, and
GET users/suggestions/:slug/members

These endpoints provided access to a curated “suggested users list” for different topics, which was formerly shown to new users of the Twitter app. This list is now obsolete (and has not been updated for some time). The endpoints will stop accepting requests on June 30, 2019. Responses will show a
410 Gone

What should I do now?

We recommend reviewing any code that may depend on valid string values in the affected user object fields, and ensuring that it is able to handle
responses. Examples may include database schemas where assumptions have been made as to the data formats returned. Additionally, review any code that attempted to functionally use these values, and update code that used the unsecured HTTP profile image URLs to point to the HTTPS versions instead.

You can ask further questions about these changes in the REST APIs category here on the developer forums.

TwitterAPI 2019年5月20日のユーザーオブジェクト変更についてまとめ

2019/4/24 Updated media API documentation is now available

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As part of our ongoing efforts to improve our developer documentation, we’ve recently shipped some updates to the Media API reference information. Specifically, these updates relate to the Tweet object data dictionary, and include a number of clarifications about what to expect in API responses that include media entities.

If you use media objects from Twitter, you should take note of the new section on Photo Media URL Formatting, which describes how to correctly form media URLs across different image sizes. Note that the legacy URL format should no longer be used. We advise you to ensure that you move to the modern URL format to improve compatibility and performance of your code.

If you have questions related to these updates, please use the Media APIs category of the developer forums.


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