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As of july 2018 twitter requires a developer account to make new apps, there are a bunch of questions that they ask that I dont know the answer to , my application for developer account got rejected once, I had to make a new account. Kindly help me set up this account. the questions are like; Who are you requesting access for? "I am requesting access for my organization" or "I am requesting access for my own personal use" and also the use case details thanks

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sentiments is not included in the 2018 CS50x courseware. Two options would be to

  1. Use the current courseware, which includes the Similarities project OR
  2. Make sure you follow the suggestions in the Twitter FAQ, specifically:

To ensure a quick approval, please be as detailed as possible with your use case. Also, please pay close attention to the email address that is associated with the @user account that you used to apply. If our team needs additional details about your use case, we will reach out to this email address with questions. If you do not reply promptly, your application will be closed.

You may have to reach out to Twitter, or search the internet to see how others have solved this problem. You may find helpful information in this forum.

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  • As I go through the comments on the suggested forum I feel that my case is even more hopeless, I am not familiar with app building and couldn't understand most of the questions they asked for use case and i have to complete this course by end of December. So, would it acceptable if I use current course ware and submit Similarities. I am currently undertaking CS50 through edx.org. Thanks a lot for your help. Nov 17 '18 at 17:13
  • I think you should submit the projects for the current courseware. Nov 17 '18 at 17:28
  • @hijabzehra if you are submitting work for CS50x, it must be the 2018 edition. (Sentiments is from 2017). Here's the current pset6: docs.cs50.net/2018/x/psets/6/pset6.html
    – curiouskiwi
    Nov 18 '18 at 7:35
  • Ok, will do .Thanks a lot. Nov 20 '18 at 5:53

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