This example shows how you can setup your own Twitter Client using Google Apps Script and publish tweets programmatically from inside a Google Document, a spreadsheet or even a web app.
The Twitter bot, written with Google Apps Script, will auto-favorite and retweet tweets every few minutes.
The Twitter Search Archiver uses the OAuth1 library for Google Apps Script to talk to the Twitter Search API.
You can easily write a Twitter bot with the help of Google Apps Script. It fetches tweets addressed (@mentions) to the bot through the Twitter API, computes the answer with Wolfraph Alpha and replies with a tweet.
The Twitter Archiver app will archive tweets for any hashtag to a Google Spreadsheet using the Twitter API and Google Apps Script.
The Google Script fetches your Twitter followers and appends the list to a Google Spreadsheet. It fetch the Twitter avatar and add it to the cell using Image formula.
If your app is posting to Twitter using using the API v1.1, it should be able to handle the following errors: 1.
You can embed any tweet on your website easily using the embed code from the Twitter website but a downside is you do not have any control over the embedded IFRAME widget.
This Google Script will save the email addresses and usernames from Twitter’s Lead Generation Cards into a Google Sheet.
The Google Script will read your Twitter timeline and auto-delete tweets that are older than ‘n’ days excepts the ones that are retweets or favorited.
It is possible to send bulk tweets from Google Spreadsheet using Google Scripts. To get started, you need to include the OAuth1 libarary in your project, create a new Twitter app on apps.twitter.com and pass the Consumer Keys and API Secret to the Google Script project.
Would you like to know how popular is particular web page on social networks? Google Apps Script can help.
You can use Google Apps Script to upload and post images to Twitter with the new Twitter API.
This Google Script updates the Twitter user’s profile image or avatar. Twitter asynchronously processes the uploaded file before updating the user’s profile image URL.
You use widgets in Twitter for embedding Twitter timelines into your website and this Google Script will convert those widgets into RSS format.
This Google Script converts the JSON response from the Twitter API to standard RSS feeds. The results are cached for 60 minutes and all requests to Twitter are authenticated with OAuth, an important requirement of the Twitter API v1.1.
Use this Google Script to setup Out of Office auto-replies in Twitter. The script reads all the Twitter @mentions and sends them a tweet with a custom status message.
Use the following PHP code to determine all the locations (cities and countries) for which Twitter can offer local trends data The Twitter API offers the Trends availability data in JSON format that you can parse with the json_decode function of PHP.