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Fast API Endpoint for Automatic Tweet Posting in Twitter

This app is a fast API endpoint that will automatically post a tweet provided via the API to a company's Twitter account. Can be used in your product to promote certain things happening, for example a product community member does something and you tweet automatically about it. Ideal for automatic tweets posting for company updates. Steps: 1. Sign up for a developer account on https://developer.twitter.com/ (you have to log in with the company's Twitter handle) 2. There's a free option (even though they are pushing the $100 per month basic option you don't need that to get started and for small volumes) 3. Navigate to projects and apps 4. From the consumer keys section copy the API key and Secret into Env Secrets tab in Lazy (make sure variable names are correct) 5. Generate an Access Token and Secret and copy them into Env Secrets tab in Lazy (make sure variable names are correct) THESE MUST HAVE READ AND WRITE ACCESS OTHERWISE IT WON'T WORK 6. Generate a bearer token and add to env secrets 7. Use the Fast API docs page to test app and try to post using the API endpoint or make a sample request directly. 8. Check your Twitter for the post appearing and voila!

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