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  • #396

    mhale
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    I think I have set up the twitter ap. It says “your application has been created. Please take a moment to review and adjust your applications settings. How where do I do that? I have never done any of this before and am not even sure what or how to get an API key and secret. Thanks in advance

    #399

    mhawksey
    Keymaster

    Hi mhale, yes it’s all a bit of a journey. If you go to https://apps.twitter.com/ whilst signed in you should see your application listed. Clicking on your application you should see a tab with ‘Keys and Access Tokens’ this is where you can get your key and secret to put in to TAGS

    #402

    mhale
    Participant

    Thanks for getting back to me. I tried that and it says I have no twitter apps. I tried starting all over and got rid of the TAGS copy on my google drive. I got to the same place with the same message. I didn;t mention that below the message saying “your application has been created” is a button that says I hgave no APPs.

    I am sure it is something odd. What I put in the application fields doesn’t really matter, excpet for the call back URL right?

    Could it be some security setting I don’t know about? Sorry to be such a newbie.

    Matt

    #403

    mhawksey
    Keymaster

    Hi Matt – the callback url is the important bit but I know providing a website url is also a required field. Someone mentioned yesterday that to register an app on Twitter they needed to also provide a mobile phone number???

    #408

    mhale
    Participant

    Thanks,

    I will keep working at it. I plugged in a website (both real and a placeholder) I also tried changing the name I registered it upnder and still got nothing.

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