If you currently have no contact at all with your users, I can see how it might be a problem. However, almost all other apps have a way to do this: by simply asking them on the website / app.

For example: my own app is a desktop client and it simply checks for permission and asks for a re-authentication via a modal popup on startup. A webapp wouldn't need this because a user simply re-authenticates on each login.


On 6/22/11 8:31 PM, Ryan wrote:
Would love to get some guidance from Twitter or any other developers as I know there are plenty of other 3rd party apps out there that are in similar situations. I don't want to come across as Spammish, but is it possible to "Spam" your authenticated users?

Not sure if I have many alternatives other than just waiting for people to email me angrily/confused why the app is no longer working. Thats going to be fun! Can't wait for June 30th! :)

At least the fix is easy enough as simply re-authenticating.

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