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Twitter API v2: Hide Replies with Twitter-Stream.py

Twitter-Stream.py now supports Hide Replies. Set the environment variables as shown below. If you currently are not in possession of a developers.twitter.com account. Check out this list of apps curated by Twitter. You can use these applications to hide conversations.

Usage

~$ mkdir twitterStream && cd twitterStream
~$ pipenv install twitter-stream.py # or use pip3
~$ pipenv shell
(twitter-stream) ~$ export $API_KEY=API_KEY
(twitter-stream) ~$ export $API_KEY_SECRET=API_KEY_SECRET
(twitter-stream) ~$ export $ACCESS_TOKEN=ACCESS_TOKEN
(twitter-stream) ~$ export $ACCESS_TOKEN_SECRET=ACCESS_TOKEN_SECRET
(twitter-stream) ~$ touch stream.py
(twitter-stream) ~$ tree
β”œβ”€β”€ Pipfile
└── Pipfile.lock
└── stream.py
0 directories, 3 files

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Enter the URL of the reply to your tweet you want to hide. The authorized user should be making the API call.

from twitter_stream import hide_replies

response = hide_replies(
    tweet: str = 'https://twitter.com/saadmanrafat_/status/1328288598106443776',
    hidden: dict = {"hidden": True} # or {"hidden": False} to unhide
)
print(response)
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OUTPUT:

 {
   "data": {
     "hidden": true 
   }
}
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Twitter-Stream.py also supports FilteredStream, SampledStream, RecentSearch, TweetLookUp, and UserLookUp. To get more insights into other API endpoints. Visit the examples folder and our documentations twitivity.dev.


docs : twitivity.dev/docs
github : https://github.com/saadmanrafat/twitter-stream.py
mail : mail@twitivity.dev
twitter: @twitivitydev
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