• 09/09/2017
    • Search Offer call updates: parameters deleted:
      • product_id
      • ean
      • min_price
      • max_price
      • nb_results
      • allow_no_image
      • discount
      • sort_by
      • subid
      • custom_id
      • twuser_id
      • retargeting
      • callOrigin
    • Match calls deleted:
      • Match Brand
      • Match Category
      • Match merchant
      • Match User
  • 03/06/2015
    •  Search Offer call updates:
      • Search offers parameters list completed:
        • retargeting
        • Multi-categories
    • 26/05/2015
      • Search Product call added
    • 28/04/2015
      • Search Offer call updates:
        • Search offers parameters Primary parameters list completed:
          • ean
          • twuser_id
          • callOrigin
      • Match Product, Match Brand, Match Category, Match Merchant output format update:
        • search_url added
      • Match User method added
    • 21/01/2015
      • All Product API methods: The error codes and messages have been updated. They are listed here. They are also displayed directly in the output if an error occured.
    • 22/12/2014
      • Search Offer call updates:
        • Search offers parameters
          Before After
          Parameters category_id, brand_id, product_id and merchant_id can have several value Parameters category_id, brand_id, product_id and merchant_id can have only one value
          Primary parameters list:
          • Keyword
          • product_id
          Primary parameters list completed:
          • Keyword
          • product_id
          • category_id
          • brand_id
          • merchant_id
          But without the “by pass” feature: parameters must make a coherent whole. Examples:
          • For the keyword "skirt" and the brand_id for apple "24", you will have no results.
          • For the keyword "skirt" and the category_id for Women's Skirts "138997, you will get results.
          nb_results: the max number of offers is 50 nb_results: the max number of offers is 200
      • Search Offer Output:
        • Twenga_URL is removed
      • General: Search Offer calls using keywords considered as non e-commerce will now return 0 offers and a specific error code. The advantage of this new behavior is to provide you with offers only when it’s relevant. E-commerce is defined as all calls (or keywords) that correspond to products or references that lead to the act of purchase. More precisely, when reading the call, we must be able to identify the intention to search for a physical e-commerce product. We can then expect to find pertinent, converting offers in the API results.
    • 03/11/2014
      • Search offer call update:
        Before After
        Price / Shipping cost format: only 1 information type:
        • The formatted information. Example: "549,55 €"
        Price / Shipping cost format: 3 different information types:
        • The formatted information. Example: "549,55 €"
        • The currency. Example: "€"
        • The raw information (with a full stop as separator instead of a comma). Example: "549.55"
      • Match Product call updates:

        Min_offers: from now on this parameter can also be used for the Match Product, you can specify a minimum number of offers per product in results. Example: you want only products where at least 2 offers exist (2 sales proposals to buy the identified item). In that case, set min_offers to 2.

        Sort_by: from now on this parameter can also be used for the Match Product, you can sort results (products) by price ("price_desc" or "price_asc"), relevance or popularity ("top_offers").

    • 07/10/2014
      • Search offer call update:

        Item_id: the item_id, i.e the offer id, is now displayed in the Search Offer output

    • 12/09/2014
      • Search offer call update:

        Product information: if a product is identified on a certain offer, we display the product_id and the corresponding match_url in the Search Offer output

    • 01/07/2013
      • Search offer call update

        Merchant_id use: the merchant_id parameter can now be used alone (without product_id, category_id nor brand_id parameters). Only one merchant_id per call allowed.

    • 07/06/2013
      • Search offer call update:

        allow_no_image: by default, only offers with product's image are provided. If you add this parameter (just add "&allow_no_image" in the URL with no value), the output will include offers with no product’s image. As a consequence, you can get more results.

        Discount : By default, you will get offers with or without discounts. If you want only offers with discount, set true. For only offers without discount, set false.

        sort_by: Set to price_desc to order offers by price, from the most expensive offer to the least expensive, price_asc to order by price, from the least expensive offer to the most expensive, or top_offers to order by popularity. The defauly value is top_offers.

    • new 2.1.0 version
      • Match Product, Brand & Merchant call updates: the match_url field has been added to the Match Product, Match Brand and Match Merchant output. This match_url field links to a call which gives selected information only (information on the chosen product, or brand or merchant). To get this field, please update your urls with the new version, e.g: "v2.1/match/merchant" instead of "v1/match/merchant"