Our servers automatically record information about every page visited on the website, including the time of the page request, the IP address which the request was issued from, the page requested and basic browser information.
We use the Twitter API as the sole means of user identification. This gives us access to your profile details but not to your email address or Twitter password.
We import up to 2,000 of your most recent Twitter favorites when you sign up to faavorite. Additionally, we periodically import your newly favorited tweets using the Twitter API. For further information on how this works please see our FAQs page.
We keep track of how users interact with links in Tweets as well as those provided in any embedded content.
Should you ‘faavorite’ a tweet on our website, we will use the Twitter API to add the tweet to your Twitter account’s list of favorites. You may also ‘unfaavorite’ a tweet which will remove the tweet from your Twitter favorites.
Should you retweet a tweet on our website, we will use the Twitter API to retweet it using your currently authenticated Twitter account.
We will never tweet anything from your account without your explicit consent. Additionalliy, we will never update or alter any of your profile information.
|Me||Logged in user||Logged out user|
|View my profile||Y||Y||Y|
|View my faavorites||Y||Y||Y|
|See my tags||Y||Y||Y|
|Search all faavorites||Y||Y||N|
|Search my faavorites As a logged in user you have the ability to search solely within your own faavorites.||Y||N||N|
|Filter my faavorites As a logged in user you have the ability to filter your own faavorites from your profile page.||Y||N||N|
faavorite exists to share and discover favorited tweets, so at this time we do not support protected Twitter accounts. If your account is public but you favorite a tweet by a protected user who has granted you permission to view their tweets, we will not import it into faavorite.