I think that there's a Contributors API coming very soon which will
have the ability to do stuff "on behalf of".

On Apr 20, 5:41 pm, luisg <luisfmgoncal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello people,
> I'm trying to do something that I don't know if will work. Let me
> explain the main idea:
> 1) A user 'login with twitter' in my application;
> 2) This user should have the possibility to 'add account'. This means
> that, if a user owns more than 1 account, we will associate the 1st
> account (the one he logged in: main account) and the new he want to
> add (sub account). The goal is to tweet to sub-accounts as well as
> edit sub-account details from main account.
> The thing is, after I login with the main account, and if a want to
> add a new sub-account, I have to go to twitter, enter sub-account user
> and passwords, to get all the information so I can store in my DB.
> But, when I give this account name and password, I don't want to login
> (cause I'm already with the main account), I just want to retrieve the
> information (especially the access token and secret).
> Is possible to get access token and secret giving the account name and
> password but without login? Doing that with human interaction would be
> great, but I need to go to twitter always, right?
> Any of you have an idea how can I do this?
> Thanks,
> Luis Gonçalves
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