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  • Plugin Author NextScripts


    We actually provide the very detailed instructions for every network. Every step of those instructions is accompanied with screenshot with big red arrow showing where you need to click.

    Have you actually seen the instructions?

    Also, we didn’t do it on purpose to make your life hell. This complicated setup is the price for white labeled posts. If you don’t want white labeled posts there are plenty of plugins that do not require such complicated installation.

    There is no other way to get white labeled posts. It’s totally up to you to decide if you want to spend your time once and go through the complicated setup, but get white labeled posts or just do couple clicks and post via some third party service.

    Why you blame plugin specifically designed for white labeled posts for doing it’s job?

    Hi Plugin author

    Apologies for the bad review. I had seen your instructions, and followed all the screenshots, but I couldn’t get it to work. Whenever I hit the ‘test’ button, I kept getting error messages back. Then I saw you had also posted an FAQ on the subject, which I hadn’t noticed before.

    Your FAQ says to make sure I had ‘Read and Write’ settings for both Your Access Token, and for the OAauth settings. I had thought that clicking the ‘Read and Write’ button, under the ‘Permissions’ tab, as per screenshot 4. of your instructions, was all that needed to be done to change all the permissions to ‘Read and Write’. Wasn’t until I saw your FAQ and I went back and checked again that I realised clicking that button only did it for one of the two. I worked out how to change the other setting in the end, and got it working, but it wasn’t 100% clear from the instructions how to do it. That may be because Twitter Applications have changed some of the screens or process slightly since you posted your instructions.

    Also, on reflection I now realise it’s the Twitter Application process that’s complicated, rather than your plugin, so please accept my apologies for the negative review. If there’s some way I can delete the review/rating, or change it to five stars, let me know. I looked but can’t find any way to edit a review/rating.

    Finally, thanks for creating the plugin, and I’m sorry I blamed it for problems that weren’t its fault.



    Plugin Author NextScripts


    You can just go to the scroll to the very end and click the different star in the “Rating” field.

    Have done. Took out my original negative comments too.

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