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Triggers when you or specified user hits like on the tweets.
Triggers when a user being watched is mentioned in a tweet.
Triggers when a new message is received.
Triggers when someone retweets a tweet from a user being watched.
Triggers when a new tweet is posted from you or specified user.
Triggers when a new tweet is created in a specific list.
Triggers when a new ticket is created.
Triggers when a new comment is created on a specific ticket.
Triggers when a new comment is created on any ticket.
Triggers when a new user is created.
Triggers when a new organization is created.
Triggers when a new group is created.
Triggers when a new view is created.
Triggers when a new article is created.
Triggers when a new article comment is added.
Triggers when a new forum post is added.
Triggers when a new comment on a forum post is added.
Triggers when a new ticket is added to a selected view.
Adds a member to a list. Note that lists cannot have more than 5,000 members.
Posts a new tweet.
Deletes the direct message specified in ID.
Removes a posted tweet.
Returns a single direct message by ID.
Returns a variety of information about the user specified by ID or screen name parameter.
Returns a single tweet specified by ID parameter.
Likes or Unlikes the tweet specified in the ID parameters as the authenticating user.
Performs an arbitrary authorized API call.
Retweets or Unretweets a tweet and returns the original tweet with retweet details embedded.
Sends a new direct message to a selected user.
Updates your profile images.
Retrieves the abuse contact address for a specified domain name.
Returns owner/contact information for a domain name. Can also be used to determine if a domain name is registered or not.
Returns geographic information about a supplied IP address including city, country, latitude, longitude and more.
Returns the name of the company that manufactured a specific network device based on its MAC Address.
Returns the reverse DNS entry (PTR) for a given IP. This is generally the server or host name.
Creates a new ticket.
Edits an existing ticket.
Deletes an existing ticket.
Merges tickets into a single ticket.
Returns tickets that match specified criteria.
Creates a new comment on a ticket.
Retrieves the comments on a ticket.
Creates a new user.
Edits an existing user.
Deletes an existing user.
Returns information about the user specified by the given user ID.
Creates a new group.
Edits an existing group.
Deletes an existing group.
Creates a new organization.
Edits an existing organization.
Deletes an existing organization.
Creates or updates a drop-down ticket field option.
Edits users with specified IDs or external IDs.
Retrieves options for a given ticket field.
Returns related information about the user specified by the given user ID. E.g. number of assigned tickets.
Performs an arbitrary authorized API call.
Searches for a user that matches specified criteria.
Uploads attachments for future use in a ticket.
Processes comment attachments one at a time.
Returns a cursored collection of user objects for users following the specified user.
Returns the most recent tweets liked by you or specified user.
Returns all lists the autherticating or specified user subscribes to, including their own.
Returns the 20 most recent mentions for the authenticating user.
Returns all direct messages within the last 30 days. Sorted in reverse-chronological order.
Returns a collection of numeric IDs for every user who has a pending request to follow the authenticating user.
Returns a collection of upto 100 most recent retweets or user IDs belonging to users who have retweeted the tweet by ID parameter.
Returns a collection of the most recent Tweets posted by the user.
Returns tweets that meet specified criteria.
Provides a simple, relevance-based search interface to public user accounts on Twitter.
Checks recent DNS change propagation.
Returns all configured DNS records (A, MX, CNAME etc.) for a specified domain name.
Returns a historical list of IP addresses a given domain name has been hosted on as well as where that IP address is geographically located, and the owner of that IP address.
Returns all other domains hosted from the specified server. Useful for finding phishing sites or identifying other sites on the same shared hosting server. By default, the first 10,000 results are returned.
Tests whether common ports are open on a server. Useful in determining if a specific service (e.g. HTTP) is up or down on a specific server.