Request method is HTTP GET.
|q||A Boolean query containing the filters that define which posts will be returned.||Find any post containing either ipod or ipad, but not android:|
(ipod OR ipad) -android
|token||Your private access token that you received when you signed up.|
|sort||When the sort parameter isn’t specified, the results are sorted by default in the recommended order of crawl date.|
You can change the sort type by using the following values:
|order||If you choose to order the posts by any of the above sort types, you can choose the sort order:|
Ascending - asc (default)
Descending - desc
|from||A paging parameter applicable for sort types other than crawl date.||&from=100|
|ts||The ts (timestamp) parameter returns results that were crawled after this timestamp (ts is a Unix timestamp in milliseconds).|
Here is a Timestamp/Date converter
When not specified the default is the past 3 days.
|format||The output format of the results set. It can be one of:|
|size||The number of posts returned per request. size may be between 1 and 100 (default is 100).||&size=2|
Will return 2 posts
|accuracy_confidence||Return only posts with high extraction accuracy, but remove about 30% of the total matching posts (with lower confidence).||&accuracy_confidence=high|
|highlight||Return the fragments in the post that match the textual Boolean query. The matched keywords will be surrounded by tags.||&highlight=true|
|latest||Return the latest 100 crawled posts matching your query.|
Use of this feature is NOT recommended as it may result in loss of important posts.
|warning||Warnings can arise from a malformed query parameter included in your code.|
If set to true, then warning message details are included in the response under the warnings object.
The warning includes: The message, its type and level.
By default warnings are disabled.