Update July 25, 2023: Well, it seems that if you are logged into Twitter, you can see the embedded profile timelines now. However, I just realized that if you are not logged into Twitter, you still just see the “Nothing to see here – yet” message. So, it still makes it not worth including them in my eyes. Ergh.
Well, whatever Twitter has done recently to not allow you to view tweets unless you are logged in (which may or may not still be case) has possibly caused the embedding of profile timelines (showing tweets you’ve made) to not work. The all seem to come back with a message of “Nothing to see here – yet” . There must be more than just requiring to be logged in, since I am logged in. In fact, it doesn’t even work on their own Twitter Developer Platform Timelines page.
Related to this, I have also stopped importing my tweets into my blog for some time (Daily Tweets category) and automatically sending new blog post notifications to Twitter as they have suspended all of my PHP script based applications. This has also affected my ability to automatically send new gallery image notifications to Twitter. They now have a new API structure set up which I’m just not going to sign-up for due to the costs. 😮
It all kind of just sucks and we’ll have to wait and see where it all ultimately settles out. I will continue to use Twitter but in more a manual process, LOL. On a side note, I hope everyone one had a great 4th of July! 🙂