I am using the Python SDK (v1) of the Ads API but I do not see the Promoted Tweet endpoint (accounts/:account_id/promoted_tweets) in the Account class. I have added my own but should I be using another?
The Promoted Tweet endpoint can be found in the
twitter_ads.creative package. Please take a look at the example code for more details.
Hope that helps!
Thanks for your response. I had looked at the package and example before, but I was not able to see how to get a list of all promoted tweets for an account, campaign or line item. (Sorry, I am fairly new to Python, so if I am missing something obvious, please let me know.)
I ended up modifying the account.py package and added the following under the Account class:
def promoted_tweets(self, id=None, **kwargs): """ Returns a collection of promoted_tweets available to the current account. """ return self._load_resource(PromotedTweet, id, **kwargs)
And used it similar to this in my code:
for w_promoted_tweet in (x for x in w_account.promoted_tweets()):…
This seems to work, but I am not sure if it always returns everything…?
You are correct in that your method will absolutely work. All those methods are helper methods or shortcuts to
GET endpoints. You can achieve the same result as such:
from twitter_ads.creative import PromotedTweet # grab all promoted tweets from a line_item promoted_tweet = PromotedTweet(id=line_item_id) # use the cursor object to 'get' all the tweets we need promoted_tweet_id = promoted_tweet.all(account).next().id # print all promoted tweet id's for tweet in promoted_tweet.all(account): print tweet.id
Hope that helps!
Awesome - thanks!