If you are logged into a Twitter account, ThingTweet automatically associates the available Twitter account to your ThingSpeak user account. Log out of Twitter to associate a different account.
You are redirected to Twitter. When asked to authorize ThingTweet to use your account:
When you confirm the Twitter account, Twitter sends you back to ThingSpeak.
The app generates a ThingTweet API Key for you to use. If you send a request to ThingTweet with your ThingTweet API Key and a message, the message is relayed to Twitter. All of the parameters from the Twitter API (statuses/update) are possible, including geo location.
Include the ThingTweet API Key and your status message to send a Tweet using ThingTweet.
To update your Twitter status with ThingTweet, send an HTTP POST:
POST https://api.thingspeak.com/apps/thingtweet/1/statuses/update api_key=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX status=I just posted this from my thing!
The response will be
1 if the update was successful, and
-1 if there was an error.
You can include
To update your Twitter status with the last value from Channel 1417,
POST https://api.thingspeak.com/apps/thingtweet/1/statuses/update api_key=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX status=The current CheerLights color is %%channel_1417_field_1%%.
You can use your channel feed to update your Twitter status by specifying the
To update your Twitter status with a channel update, send an HTTP POST:
POST https://api.thingspeak.com/update.json.xml api_key=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX field1=73 twitter=thingspeaktest tweet=I just posted this from my thing!