The Twitter Direct Message API allows developers to create engaging customer service, marketing, and engagement experiences. Developers can send and receive direct messages, create welcome messages, attach media to messages, prompt users for structured replies, link to websites with buttons, manage conversations across multiple applications, display a custom image and name in a direct message, and prompt users for NPS and CSAT feedback.
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04-12-18 16:56:44[Brief] ProgrammableWeb's Most Interesting APIs in 2018: eCommerce, Marketing, and Social updated with Related API Twitter Direct Message
12-09-18 15:14:06[Brief] Twitter Announces Immediate Changes to Image Access through Twitter's Direct Message API updated with Related API Twitter Direct Message
16-05-18 18:30:50[Brief] Twitter delays shutdown of legacy APIs, makes Account Activity API generally available updated with Related API Twitter Direct Message
09-01-18 14:00:09[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Xillio, StockMarketClock, Twitter, Redis Labs updated with Related API Twitter Direct Message