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Retweet Twitter

Hi All,
I have created a simple PowerAutomate to retweet and getting the following error ?
Any advise as the flow worked twice and then has stopped working?

 

{"status":400,"error":{},"source":"twitter-ne.azconn-ne-01.p.azurewebsites.net","debugInfo":"clientRequestId: 8026e847-f4fb-43ef-b33f-eccf8d0af550"}2020-05-01 11_26_24-Window.png

 

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Hi @S60AUN,

 

I tested on my side, and it failed three times. Then I checked the three twitter and found that no one retweeted after the three tweets were posted for a period of time. In other runs, successful retweets are all due to tweets that have been retweeted by someone during this period of time, so I guess this is the limit made by Twitter in order to prevent people from reposting tweets: if no one retweets manually for a period of time, it is not allowed to call API to automatically retweet.Annotation 2020-05-04 132909.png

 

There is a similar post in the Twitter Community, it could help you something:

https://twittercommunity.com/t/twitter-grouped-retweet-automation-rules-precision/135236

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
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hi @S60AUN  it looks like an API error, please could you create again your twiter conection? please delete firts all and then create again  new one. Normally this kind of message are temporary.



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Thank you @ChristianAbata  - I have just deleted the connector and Automate and recreated and now waiting to see the outcome.
Will keep you posted 🙂

Hi @ChristianAbata ,
I have recreated the connection and PowerAutomate and it seems intermittent.
The error I get on failures is - 

{"status":400,"error":{},"source":"twitter-ne.azconn-ne-01.p.azurewebsites.net","debugInfo":"clientRequestId: 176937b6-00f1-4082-8d16-4925db6fb500"}

 

Ive had 3 out of 10 successful runs and the rest have failed.

mmm @S60AUN  please open a microsoft support case https://us.flow.microsoft.com/en-us/support/



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Hi @S60AUN,

 

I tested on my side, and it failed three times. Then I checked the three twitter and found that no one retweeted after the three tweets were posted for a period of time. In other runs, successful retweets are all due to tweets that have been retweeted by someone during this period of time, so I guess this is the limit made by Twitter in order to prevent people from reposting tweets: if no one retweets manually for a period of time, it is not allowed to call API to automatically retweet.Annotation 2020-05-04 132909.png

 

There is a similar post in the Twitter Community, it could help you something:

https://twittercommunity.com/t/twitter-grouped-retweet-automation-rules-precision/135236

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Lin Tu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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