What is an API?

An application programming interface (API) is a way for two or more computer programs to communicate with each other. It is a type of software interface, offering a service to other pieces of software.

How are APIs used for the Notified platform?

By using Notified's APIs, you can retrieve data from your account. Notified offers two types of APIs: the Newsroom API and the Listen API.

Who can use an API for their Notified account?

To get an API key, please reach out to your contact person at Notified. API access is included in our PR Cloud Enterprise plans. If you are on another plan, additional charges may apply.

Newsroom API

By using this API, you can retrieve all data about your newsroom and its news. This will give you more possibilities to customize the look and feel of a newsroom and to get in full control of the SEO.


You can still use Notified Publish to create and send content posts for your newsroom.

More information about the Newsroom API can be found here.

Listen API

Need to retrieve data from your search profiles to analyze the result?
Use the Listen API to get information about your search profiles and their mentions.

Detailed documentation can be found here.

Note: Notified's API can't provide the full data for a tweet due to Twitter's restrictions. Only the tweet id and user id are returned in our response. You can, however, get additional details by using Twitter's API to fetch the entire tweet. Read more about Twitter's API here.

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[Video] Introduction to Listen

[Video] Introduction to Newsroom

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