An update to Twitter’s Twitter Tracking API has introduced a new feature that allows you to send automated reports about your tweets to Twitter, and it seems like it might have a lot of potential.
The API has been quietly updated to work with Twitter Analytics, so users who already have the feature set up should have no problem with sending reports to Twitter for reporting purposes.
The only way to manually report an account is to go to Settings, select the Twitter Account you want to report and then select Reports and Alerts.
You can also manually report your account to Twitter by going to Account Management, selecting the account you want your tweets reported to, and then clicking the Report button.
This feature was only available for a few days before the update, but users should expect to see it roll out gradually over the next few weeks.
Twitter has been trying to improve its automated reporting capabilities in the last few months, and the company has already started rolling out new features for its analytics tools.
Earlier this year, the company added the ability to track which tweets were being shared by users, which allowed Twitter to provide users with an overall view of the tweets they were reading.
This new feature will allow Twitter to track tweets about specific people.
If you use the new API, the new feature is already available on Twitter Analytics and will be available to other developers and brands through the end of the year.
Tweetdeck, the social media management platform, also has a new tracking API that can be used to track all your tweets for reporting.
It will be interesting to see if the ability for Twitter to automatically report these reports and track the tweets will be expanded to other platforms in the coming months.
Tweetbot, a Twitter-branded bot that tweets for you, is also working to integrate its automated reports into its platform.
If Twitter continues to improve automated reporting, we will be keeping a close eye on this new update.
If this feature becomes available to all developers, users should be able to get their reports sent to Twitter automatically.