𝕏 (Twitter) Bridging Guide

Bridge your 𝕏 DMs to TextRP for added convenience

Step 1

Login into the Textrp platform and start a new conversation with the twitter bot twitterbot:synapse.textrp.io

  • send a message to the bot β€œlogin-cookie” and follow the instructions.

Step 2

Open Developer Tools

  • Press F12.

  • Open the developer tool

Step 3: Access "Application" or "Storage" Tab

  • In the developer tools, find "Application" (Chrome) or "Storage" (Firefox) and click on it.

  • In the sidebar, select "Cookies" for https://twitter.com.

  • double-click the value, and copy it, and paste it in the chat.

Paste it in the chat with the bot

Step 5: Copy the ct0 value, close the private window.

Paste the "ct0 value" in the chat with the bot field on Textrp

Follow Textrp instructions to complete the process.

You've successfully linked your Twitter account with Textrp.

Important Note: Textrp's Bridge Functionality

Textrp's bridge functionality is designed to enhance your text-based role-playing (RP) experience, but it's essential to understand its limitations and potential interactions with external platforms.

  1. Syncing of Direct Messages (DMs): Please be aware that the Textrp bridge currently supports DMs moving forward. This means that any Direct Messages exchanged on your linked platform "X" before the bridge setup won't be synchronized with Textrp. Only new DMs after the bridge setup will be integrated into your Textrp experience.

  2. Password Changes: If you change your password on platform X, you will need to re-bridge your account. This is because the bridge relies on the authentication token associated with your X account, and changing your password invalidates the token. To continue enjoying the benefits of the bridge, simply follow the bridging process again after any password changes on X.

We hope this clarification helps you make the most of Textrp's bridge feature while understanding its limitations and maintenance requirements. If you have any further questions or need assistance, please don't hesitate to reach out to our support team.

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