DM++ is an interesting broker service for sending direct messages. They become the middle-man service of sorts. You basically trust this middle source so everyone else that trusts them can send DM’s through them.
For example you could send a DM to a string of people or one person if they also trusted DMplusplus.
d dmpp @IdoNotes @Corvida you guys rock with EverythingTwitter
we would both get direct messages brokered by DM++ and we may not be even following you. It opens the door to help keep the amount of people you follow down while allowing them to directly communicate with you when necessary.
Now what scares me is the opening of spammers using this very service by seeing who else follows dmpp and sending mass directs out. I am not sure how they handle that filtering or removal yet. But wait! I found something in their text that answers this question! Great work guys!
Set DM access levels, by default U receive DMs only from people you have @replied
Set access levels – Who do you want to receive DM from?
- 4. From only people you follow (twitter style)
- 3. Followers, Those you have @replied at least once in the last 2 days
- 2. Followers, Those you have @replied anytime — default option
- 1. From all your followers
- 0. From anyone on twitter
- Change the option by replying @dmpp access_level=0 (access_level numbers above)