Tweetaliano + IFTTT, come non detto :(

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Cari Tweetaliani,

Come non detto. L’entusiasmo dell’ultimo post in cui vi suggerivamo di abbinare le funzionalità di IFTTT per ampliare le potenzialità del vostro utilizzo di Tweetaliano sono purtroppo cadute nel vuoto qualche giorno fa, quando abbiamo ricevuto, come iscritti, una mail di servizio di IFTTT in cui comunicavano che i servizi basati su Twitter (perlomeno quelli che vi suggerivamo di utilizzare noi) non sarebbero più stati disponibili a partire dal 27 settembre, a causa di cambiamenti nelle politiche di utilizzo di Twitter stesso (allegata in seguito trovate la mail suddetta).

Peccato, perché a noi l’idea era piaciuta. Continueremo comunque a cercare altri strumenti da integrare e remixare con Tweetaliano, e restiamo ad orecchie tese per suggerimenti da parte di voi Tweetaliani!

Buon Tweetaliano!

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Mail di IFTTT

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Dear Users

In recent weeks, Twitter announced policy changes* that will affect how applications and users like yourself can interact with Twitter’s data. As a result of these changes, on September 27th we will be removing all Twitter Triggers, disabling your ability to push tweets to places like email, Evernote and Facebook. All Personal and Shared Recipes using a Twitter Trigger will also be removed. Recipes using Twitter Actions and your ability to post new tweets via IFTTT will continue to work just fine.

At IFTTT, first and foremost, we want to empower anyone to create connections between literally anything. We’ve still got a long way to go, and to get there we need to make sure that the types of connections that IFTTT enables are aligned with how the original creators want their tools and services to be used.

We at IFTTT are big Twitter fans and, like yourself, we’ve gotten a lot of value out of the Recipes that use Twitter Triggers. We’re sad to see them go, but remain excited to build features that work within Twitter’s new policy. Thank you for your support and for understanding these upcoming changes. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at support@ifttt.com.

Linden Tibbets
IFTTT CEO

*These Twitter policy changes specifically disallow uploading Twitter Content to a “cloud based service” (Section 4A https://dev.twitter.com/terms/api-terms) and include stricter enforcement of the Developer Display Requirements (https://dev.twitter.com/terms/display-requirements).

 

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Dear Tweetaliani,

Forget what we had just said. The enthusiasm of the last post in which we suggested to start using IFTTT to broaden the potential of Tweetaliano dropped suddenly when, a couple of days ago, we recieved a mail from IFTTT in which they communicated to all users that their Twitter-based services were going to be disabled starting from Sept 27th. This was due to a change Twitter made to how their services could be integrated and used by third parties. At the bottom of this post you may find the text of the mail in question.

Too bad, because we liked the idea. We will continue looking for more instruments to integrate and remix with Tweetaliano, and we’ll keep our heads up for suggestions from you, the community of Tweetaliano.

Have a good Tweetaliano!

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IFTTT mail

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Dear Users

In recent weeks, Twitter announced policy changes* that will affect how applications and users like yourself can interact with Twitter’s data. As a result of these changes, on September 27th we will be removing all Twitter Triggers, disabling your ability to push tweets to places like email, Evernote and Facebook. All Personal and Shared Recipes using a Twitter Trigger will also be removed. Recipes using Twitter Actions and your ability to post new tweets via IFTTT will continue to work just fine.

At IFTTT, first and foremost, we want to empower anyone to create connections between literally anything. We’ve still got a long way to go, and to get there we need to make sure that the types of connections that IFTTT enables are aligned with how the original creators want their tools and services to be used.

We at IFTTT are big Twitter fans and, like yourself, we’ve gotten a lot of value out of the Recipes that use Twitter Triggers. We’re sad to see them go, but remain excited to build features that work within Twitter’s new policy. Thank you for your support and for understanding these upcoming changes. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at support@ifttt.com.

Linden Tibbets
IFTTT CEO

*These Twitter policy changes specifically disallow uploading Twitter Content to a “cloud based service” (Section 4A https://dev.twitter.com/terms/api-terms) and include stricter enforcement of the Developer Display Requirements (https://dev.twitter.com/terms/display-requirements).

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