Due to a recent change in the Twitter API, the Twitter Widgets available through the Eloqua App Cloud (http://appcloud.eloqua.com/apps/twitter-widgets) are currently unavailable. These widgets include Twitter Profile, Twitter Search, Twitter Favorites, and Twitter List. Any Twitter Widgets currently being used will not show up on a page. This will not effect the page layout and will not prevent the page from loading.
If you are interested in visibility into this, please contact our Support Team. At this time, we are currently working to resolve this issue and migrate these widgets to the new Twitter API. We will provide another update on Monday, July 8th, 2013 around 11:00 am EDT (UTC -4).
Monday, July 8th, 5:00 pm EDT (UTC -4)
We have identified the changes necessary to resolve this issue. An update to these cloud connectors is tentatively scheduled to be released tonight. We will provide another update on Tuesday, July 9th, 2013 around 11:00am EDT (UTC -4).
Tuesday, July 9th, 1:00 pm EDT (UTC -4)
We were not able to release this fix last night, we have tentatively re-scheduled this to be released tonight. We will provide another update on Wednesday, July 10th, 2013 around 11:00am EDT (UTC -4).
Wednesday, July 10th, 11:00 am EDT (UTC -4)
We have released an update to these widgets that resolves the issue. Please note that in order for the widgets to appear on your landing page, you will need to open the cloud component and re-save the configuration. The widgets are stylized differently now, due to the changes in the Twitter API, so we recommend you review the styling of the new widgets compared to the existing style of any pages these may be contained in.
Additionally, the Twitter Search Widget configuration now requires a unique ID available from Twitter. To obtain this ID, log into your Twitter Developer account on the Twitter website, and create a new Twitter Search Widget. Once you have created the new search widget in Twitter, you will be provided with embed code from Twitter. The unique ID of this embed code can then be used in the Twitter Search Widget cloud component.
We will be updating the User Guides for these cloud components with the new configuration requirements.