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Only one Flow with a Twitter connection works

Hello,

I have a connection to my Twitter account. Initially I created a Flow which would capture tweets with specific #. That flow is running without any problems.

I now created another Flow to something similar, however, a different #. This Flow will not capture tweets. I did take a look at the Flow history and do see it running with the Skipped Status. Now, I know the Tweets with the # are there because I'm the one tweeting.

Are we allowed to only run one such Flow at a time? Do I need to create another Data Connection? 

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Only one Flow with a Twitter connection works

Hi @darogael,

 

Have you checked the Twitter connection limits?

Twitter

Quoted:

"

LIMITS

The following are some of the limits and restrictions:

  1. Maximum number of connections per user: 2
  2. API call rate limit for POST operation: 12 per hour
  3. API call rate limit for other operations: 600 per hour
  4. Frequency of trigger polls: 60 seconds
  5. Maximum size of image upload: 5 MB
  6. Maximum size of video upload: 15 MB
  7. Maximum number of search results: 100

"

If you have connections more than 2, then it should not work.

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
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Super User
Super User

Re: Only one Flow with a Twitter connection works

Rebuilding the entire Flow from scratch did the trick but I think I have a clue as to why it didn't work the first time.

 

I already had a similar flow which I exported as a zipped package. I did import it correctly as a new Flow. In the Flow I had to change the database tables and save it. The Flow, however, wasn't capturing anything. Not sure what is the main reason behind it though.

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Only one Flow with a Twitter connection works

Hi @darogael,

 

Have you checked the Twitter connection limits?

Twitter

Quoted:

"

LIMITS

The following are some of the limits and restrictions:

  1. Maximum number of connections per user: 2
  2. API call rate limit for POST operation: 12 per hour
  3. API call rate limit for other operations: 600 per hour
  4. Frequency of trigger polls: 60 seconds
  5. Maximum size of image upload: 5 MB
  6. Maximum size of video upload: 15 MB
  7. Maximum number of search results: 100

"

If you have connections more than 2, then it should not work.

Regards,

Michael

Community Support Team _ Michael Shao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Super User
Super User

Re: Only one Flow with a Twitter connection works

Rebuilding the entire Flow from scratch did the trick but I think I have a clue as to why it didn't work the first time.

 

I already had a similar flow which I exported as a zipped package. I did import it correctly as a new Flow. In the Flow I had to change the database tables and save it. The Flow, however, wasn't capturing anything. Not sure what is the main reason behind it though.

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