In December, we announced that we were building Gnip 2.0 — enhanced versions of our core Gnip APIs built with rich new data available in Twitter systems. Today we are excited to announce that 2.0 versions of our full suite of real-time and historical Gnip products are now generally available and ready for all customers to start using.
Making the move to Gnip 2.0 was painless. We got access to new types of Twitter data, and were able to standardize our rules, operators, and enrichments across the multiple Gnip APIs we consume.Murali SwaminathanEVP, Engineering at Sprinklr
When migrating to Gnip 2.0, customers will get enhanced versions of PowerTrack, Decahose, 30-Day Search, and Historical PowerTrack that provide instant access to a range of new data, new operators and new functionality, including:
Simply Measured ❤️ emojis! We’re excited to offer our brands the ability to zero in on the Tweets they want with the new emoji, image and video PowerTrack operators. The new operators will allow us to improve our filtering capabilities and ensure our customers get exactly what they want.Ashu AgteVP of Engineering at Simply Measured
We’re sunsetting the 1.0 versions of these APIs on December 1, 2016.
We are looking forward to using the additional features of Gnip 2.0, specifically the addition of page titles and descriptions within the URL Expansion enrichment, which will enable our customers to extract an even deeper level of real-time insight.Dmitry GrenaderVP of Product Management at Luminoso
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