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🐦 Live Twitter Dashboard
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🐦 Live Twitter Dashboard 🐦

License StandardJS gitmoji

πŸ’™ Inspired by Tweetdeck πŸ’™


All builds and downloads are available here in the repo releases section.



$ git clone
$ cd muun

Setting up credentials.json

There is no central authentication server yet so each development environment will need it's own Twitter Application for testing integration.

  1. Navigate to
  2. Click "Create New App"
  3. A naming convention of [DEV] Muun - YourTwitterUsername is recommended for name, description can be whatever you want and the website should link to your personal fork on GitHub. You don't need to configure callback URL
  4. Click on the app you have just created and navigate to "Keys and Access Tokens"
  5. Within "Application Settings" modify Access Levels to "Read, Write and Access direct messages" and save changes
  6. Within that "Keys and Access Tokens" page click "Create my access token"
  7. Copy credentials.example.json to credentials.json within the src/resources folder
  8. Fill in the credentials.json with:
    • Consumer Key (API Key) -> consumerPublic
    • Consumer Secret (API Secret) -> consumerSecret
    • Access Token -> accessPublic
    • Access Token Secret -> accessSecret


$ npm start


$ npm run package
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