The TweetDeck ‘No Longer Has Permission to Access Your Main Login Account’ error is a problem that needs fixing. Twitter is currently suffering from numerous issues affecting tweets, DMs (direct messages), drafts, images, and videos. Users are experiencing a number of problems that are impacting how they use the social media platform. With many businesses using it to market themselves and earn money, a TweetDeck down situation is a serious matter for many. Here’s what you need to know about the Twitter “No Longer Has Permission to Access Your Main Login Account” error message.
How to fix TweetDeck “No Longer Has Permission to Access Your Main Login Account” error
The fix for the TweetDeck “No Longer Has Permission to Access Your Main Login Account” error is simple, yet frustrating. You see, the problem doesn’t appear to be on the user’s end, which means there is little that you can do to help solve the issue. Instead, you’ll need to wait on Twitter to make fixes on its end.
At the time of writing, it has been several hours since Twitter Support made the following tweet. Despite the account assuring users that Support is “currently working on a fix” and that the service should “be back to normal soon,” it seems users are experiencing an increased number of problems in the last hour.
We've been experiencing outages across Twitter and TweetDeck. You might have had trouble Tweeting, getting notifications, or viewing DMs. We're currently working on a fix, and should be back to normal soon.
— Twitter Support (@TwitterSupport) October 2, 2019
TweetDeck is now giving the “No Longer Has Permission to Access Your Main Login Account” error message, and Twitter itself is claiming to be “over capacity” and claiming that “something is technically wrong.”
Here’s hoping TweetDeck and Twitter are back up and running properly soon, with users able to post and share tweets, as well as create drafts and DMs. Failing that, an update from Twitter Support would be great to see. We’ll update this post with any further developments.