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  1. Log into your Twitter account and click on the following URL: https://dev.twitter.com/ or https://apps.twitter.com/app/new or https://apps.twitter.com/.
  2. In the "Application Details" page:


    • Fill in your application name, description and website address
    • Use the following callback URL: https://socialize.gigya.com/GS/GSLogin.aspx

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      Optional: If you are planning on configuring a domain alias (CNAME), please replace 'socialize.gigya.com' with your alias subdomain (CNAME value). i.e., https://socialize.us1.gigya.com/GS/GSLogin.aspx.
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      Important information for clients using anything other than the US Data Center:

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      This means that, for instance, if your API key is for the Chinese Data Center your Twitter Callback URL will be:

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      If you are using a CNAME (API Domain Prefix), the URI would be:

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      https://<YOUR-CNAME>/GS/GSLogin.aspx
    • Read the "Developer Agreement" and check the "Yes, I agree" checkbox.
    • Click the "Create your Twitter application" button.
  3. In the Application Management page, in the Settings tab:
    • Ensure "Allow this application to be used to Sign in with Twitter" is checked.
    • Upload your application icon (75x75 pixels, 700k max., JPG, GIF or PNG only). If no icon is uploaded Twitter will show its own logo.
    • Click the "Update Settings" button if you made any changes.
  4. In the "Keys and Access Tokens" tab, copy the values in the "Consumer Key (API Key)" and "Consumer Secret (API Secret)" fields.
  5. In the "Permissions" tab:
    • Under "Access", choose "Read only" if you are only using Twitter for sign-on purposes, or choose "Read and Write" if you will be sharing to Twitter.
    • Click the "Update Settings" button if you made any changes.

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