Bot Sentinel is a community-funded project, and we have a frustratingly limited budget. If you use Bot Sentinel and want to help us improve the platform, please consider contributing!
Our free and advanced tools require you to allow Bot Sentinel access to specific account features. Bot Sentinel requires this access to perform certain tasks on your behalf. For example, Bot Sentinel cannot block accounts or hide replies without you granting the app access. Bot Sentinel also cannot search tweets on your behalf without proper access. Unfortunately, Twitter doesn’t allow developers to select specific permissions, so we will describe what we do and what we don’t do.
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Note: You can revoke access to the app anytime you like.
We understand trust and security are important, and if you don’t feel comfortable granting access to the app using your primary Twitter account, we suggest creating a new Twitter account to test out our advanced tools.