Qustions Regaridng new analytics data v1.0 api ads

v1
analytics
api

#1

is there way to pull data in the version 1 for the following metrics ?

promoted_tweet_search_impressions
promoted_tweet_timeline_impressions
promoted_tweet_search_url_clicks
promoted_tweet_timeline_url_clicks
promoted_tweet_search_retweets
promoted_tweet_timeline_retweets
promoted_tweet_search_replies
promoted_tweet_timeline_replies
promoted_tweet_search_engagements
promoted_tweet_timeline_engagements

in the v0 in metric we sent those params ?
but regarding v1 can we pull the data for this metrics ?


#2

You should read migration guide to Analytics V1

https://dev.twitter.com/ads/analytics/migration-guide-v0-v1


#3

i did but still not clear if i can return like the previous version ?
in the guide : " For example, the version 0 promoted_tweet_timeline_impressions, promoted_tweet_search_impressions, and promoted_tweet_profile_impressions metrics are now pre-aggregated and returned simply as impressions when placement is set to ALL_ON_TWITTER"

so i ask if they just return impressions data for example or it can return seprated metrics
so is it possible to pull data that i mention in the first post ???


#4

any help ?
can i pull the metrics above with the new api v1 ??


#5

I’m not sure cause I didn’t try it but as I read in the new documentation that’s not possible.

You can try it yourself and share with us your results but I’m quite sure is not possible.

Thanks!!


#6

Thank you for your reply ,
i tried to do that but without sucess, because of that i asking here if there anyone know about that ,
i think that it not possible ,
but how is that possible that twitter didnt support previous version changes , what about who alreday using this data?
i hope that im wrong.

Thanks


#7

Because they had implemented API versioning and we changed from version 0 to version 1 so, as you can see here:

MAJOR version when you make incompatible API changes,

That’s quite common when you develop an API Service

Regards


#8

The data broken apart by placement was never shown like that on ads.twitter.com either so tended to be confusing and caused many errors and problems with partner implementations. You can still break apart by placement but only ALL_ON_TWITTER and PUBLISHER_NETWORK are supported (ALL_ON_TWITTER will sum up timeline, search, profile impressions appropriately).

Thanks,

John


#9

thank you john for reply ,
so what i understand that i cant pull the metrics above ?
the result by sending parmter placment with value ALL_ON_TWITTER will return the sum of metrics that i want ,
so i cant pull seprated metrics right ?

Thanks,


#10

Yes you cannot pull the separated metrics

Thanks,

John