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So you want to create a Twitter bot to interact with your customers automatically. This can be configured and deployed today using PubNub Functions with our Twitter BLOCK.
The Open Growth SDK uses Machine Learning to intelligently get in touch with your customers in real time. No more email blasts, no more watching leads, no more delay in communication. The instant a customer signs up for your service, they are classified to determine what their needs will be. The Delight Engine automatically reaches out with specific resources for the customer’s likely use case.
Open Growth sends that introduction via email, text message, Twitter, and even cake 🍰 ! This guide shows how to configure your company’s Twitter account to post automated @tweets to your customers (following the docs):
Besides hitting the Create my access token button, you can use PIN-based authorization. You can authorize and also debug using Twurl, a command line tool like Curl, but tailored for Twitter. If you have Ruby installed, you can install Twurl on the command line with:
gem install twurl
twurl authorize --consumer-key "Your app’s consumer key" \ --consumer-secret "Your app’s consumer secret"
After you have configured your Twitter app, you can then configure the PubNub Functions event handler. Take the 4 secrets from the Twitter app Keys and Access Tokens tab, and put them into your Functions Vault. This can be accessed from the Functions event handler editor on the left. Click MY SECRETS and enter your keys and values into the vault following the Twitter event handler code. Next press the play button, submit a test payload, and check your Twitter!
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