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Twitter Activity Webhook – Inexplicable error

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I had some code relying on Twitter’s Activity Webhook which I hadn’t touched for a while.

Today, when I started playing around with the project again, I got this inexplicable error that took me a while to figure out:
HTTP Error 348: Client application is not permitted to access this user’s webhook subscriptions

After many other rabbit holes, I finally found the solution. It turns out if you have changed your Twitter apps permissions, your accessToken and accessTokenSecret keys will be changed

But that isn’t the half (or quarter of it :). These changed keys won’t help you create a subscription. You now need to go to your “regular” Twitter account “app and settings” and revoke access to this app. Finally, you need to regenerate the apps access token and access token secret.

Phew! Would never figured this out without this helpful link:
https://twittercommunity.com/t/getting-error-code-348-while-trying-to-add-subscription/101796

Once again coding by googling ftw!

Written by Pseudonymous

May 2, 2019 at 5:21 pm

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