GET /read/following/

Get a list of posts from the blogs a user follows.

Resource Information

   
Method GET
URL https://public-api.wordpress.com/rest/v1.1/read/following/
Requires authentication? Yes

Query Parameters

Parameter Type Description
http_envelope (bool)
false:
(default)
true:
Some environments (like in-browser JavaScript or Flash) block or divert responses with a non-200 HTTP status code. Setting this parameter will force the HTTP status code to always be 200. The JSON response is wrapped in an "envelope" containing the "real" HTTP status code and headers.
pretty (bool)
false:
(default)
true:
Output pretty JSON
meta (string) Optional. Loads data from the endpoints found in the 'meta' part of the response. Comma-separated list. Example: meta=site,likes
fields (string) Optional. Returns specified fields only. Comma-separated list. Example: fields=ID,title
callback (string) An optional JSONP callback function.
number (int) The number of posts to return. Limit: 40. Default: 10.
page (int) Return the Nth 1-indexed page of posts.
order (string)
DESC:
(default) Return posts in descending order. For dates, that means newest to oldest.
ASC:
Return posts in ascending order. For dates, that means oldest to newest.
after (iso 8601 datetime) Return posts dated after the specified datetime.
before (iso 8601 datetime) Return posts dated before the specified datetime.

Response Parameters

Parameter Type Description
ID (int) The post ID.
site_ID (int) The site ID.
author (object) The author of the post.
date (iso 8601 datetime) The post's creation time.
modified (iso 8601 datetime) The post's most recent update time.
title (html) context dependent.
URL (url) The full permalink URL to the post.
short_URL (url) The wp.me short URL.
content (html) context dependent.
excerpt (html) context dependent.
slug (string) The name (slug) for the post, used in URLs.
guid (string) The GUID for the post.
status (string)
publish:
The post is published.
draft:
The post is saved as a draft.
pending:
The post is pending editorial approval.
private:
The post is published privately
future:
The post is scheduled for future publishing.
trash:
The post is in the trash.
auto-draft:
The post is a placeholder for a new post.
sticky (bool) Is the post sticky?
password (string) The plaintext password protecting the post, or, more likely, the empty string if the post is not password protected.
parent (object|false) A reference to the post's parent, if it has one.
type (string) The post's post_type. Post types besides post, page and revision need to be whitelisted using the rest_api_allowed_post_types filter.
comments_open (bool) Is the post open for comments?
pings_open (bool) Is the post open for pingbacks, trackbacks?
likes_enabled (bool) Is the post open to likes?
sharing_enabled (bool) Should sharing buttons show on this post?
comment_count (int) The number of comments for this post.
like_count (int) The number of likes for this post.
i_like (bool) Does the current user like this post?
is_reblogged (bool) Did the current user reblog this post?
is_following (bool) Is the current user following this blog?
global_ID (string) A unique WordPress.com-wide representation of a post.
featured_image (url) The URL to the featured image for this post if it has one.
post_thumbnail (object) The attachment object for the featured image if it has one.
format (string)
standard:
Standard
aside:
Aside
chat:
Chat
gallery:
Gallery
link:
Link
image:
Image
quote:
Quote
status:
Status
video:
Video
audio:
Audio
geo (object|false)
menu_order (int) (Pages Only) The order pages should appear in.
publicize_URLs (array) Array of Twitter and Facebook URLs published by this post.
tags (object) Hash of tags (keyed by tag name) applied to the post.
categories (object) Hash of categories (keyed by category name) applied to the post.
attachments (object) Hash of post attachments (keyed by attachment ID).
metadata (array) Array of post metadata keys and values. All unprotected meta keys are available by default for read requests. Both unprotected and protected meta keys are available for authenticated requests with access. Protected meta keys can be made available with the rest_api_allowed_public_metadata filter.
meta (object) API result meta data
current_user_can (object) List of permissions. Note, deprecated in favor of `capabilities`
capabilities (object) List of post-specific permissions for the user; publish_post, edit_post, delete_post
date_range (object) date range covered by current results.
number (int) The number of posts brought back by current query.
posts (array) An array of post objects.

Resource Errors

These are the possible errors returned by this endpoint.

HTTP Code Error Identifier Error Message
403 unauthorized User cannot view taxonomy
403 unauthorized User cannot view post
403 authorization_required An active access token must be used to query information about the current user.
403 unauthorized User cannot edit taxonomy
400 invalid_post Invalid post
400 invalid_context Invalid API CONTEXT
403 unauthorized User cannot edit post
404 unknown_post Unknown post

Example

curl \
 -H 'authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_TOKEN' \
 'https://public-api.wordpress.com/rest/v1/read/following/?number=2'
<?php
$options  = array (
  'http' => 
  array (
    'ignore_errors' => true,
    'header' => 
    array (
      0 => 'authorization: Bearer YOUR_API_TOKEN',
    ),
  ),
);

$context  = stream_context_create( $options );
$response = file_get_contents(
	'https://public-api.wordpress.com/rest/v1/read/following/?number=2',
	false,
	$context
);
$response = json_decode( $response );
?>

Response

{
    "date_range": {
        "before": "2017-06-23T14:26:55-04:00",
        "after": "2017-06-23T12:00:09-04:00"
    },
    "number": 2,
    "posts": [
        {
            "ID": 77107,
            "site_ID": 70135762,
            "author": {
                "ID": 12167583,
                "login": "erinblakemore",
                "email": false,
                "name": "Erin Blakemore",
                "first_name": "Erin",
                "last_name": "Blakemore",
                "nice_name": "erinblakemore",
                "URL": "",
                "avatar_URL": "https:\/\/0.gravatar.com\/avatar\/3a2e8150a61b224cbbe3e2ee6aa0e0a2?s=96&d=identicon&r=G",
                "profile_URL": "https:\/\/en.gravatar.com\/erinblakemore",
                "site_ID": 70135762
            },
            "date": "2017-06-23T14:26:55-04:00",
            "modified": "2017-06-23T22:08:59-04:00",
            "title": "Desperately Seeking Daniel Day-Lewis",
            "URL": "http:\/\/longreads.com\/2017\/06\/23\/desperately-seeking-daniel-day-lewis\/",
            "short_URL": "http:\/\/wp.me\/p4KhvY-k3F",
            "content": "<p>In 1989, during a performance of <em>Hamlet<\/em> at the National Theater, Daniel Day-Lewis walked off the stage. Like Hamlet, he claimed, he\u2019d seen his father\u2019s ghost. He never took to the stage again. With <a href=\"https:\/\/www.nytimes.com\/aponline\/2017\/06\/20\/us\/ap-us-film-daniel-day-lewis.html\">this week’s announcement <\/a>that Day-Lewis is retiring from acting, it looks like his film days are over, too. And when Daniel Day-Lewis commits to something, he <em>really<\/em> commits.<\/p>\n<p>Cue <a href=\"https:\/\/www.theguardian.com\/commentisfree\/2017\/jun\/22\/actors-daniel-day-lewis-retiring\">the public mourning<\/a> for one of our most dedicated actors, a man as famous for avoiding the cameras as he is for standing in front of them. Day-Lewis embodied Acting with a capital A, embracing all of its finicky pretense. The end of his career may also be the end of an era for the great method actor \u2014 and the brilliant, if reluctant, male movie star.<\/p>\n<p>When Truman Capote <a href=\"http:\/\/www.newyorker.com\/magazine\/1957\/11\/09\/the-duke-in-his-domain\">profiled Marlon Brando for <em>The New Yorker<\/em> in 1957<\/a>, he was, like Day-Lewis, considered one of the greatest actors of the day. The 33-year-old Brando had only been making movies for six years, and while some of his best roles were behind him, Brando’s legend had grown bigger than the man himself:<\/p>\n<blockquote><p>Among the company were some who felt that the social protection supplied by Brando\u2019s inner circle was preventing them from \u201cgetting to know the guy\u201d as well as they would have liked. Brando had been in Japan for more than a month, and during that time he had shown himself on the set as a slouchingly dignified, amiable-seeming young man who was always ready to co\u00f6perate with, and even encourage, his co-workers\u2014the actors particularly\u2014yet by and large was not socially available, preferring, during the tedious lulls between scenes, to sit alone reading philosophy or scribbling in a schoolboy notebook. After the day\u2019s work, instead of accepting his colleagues\u2019 invitations to join a group for drinks, a plate of raw fish in a restaurant, and a prowl through the old geisha quarter of Kyoto, instead of contributing to the one-big-family, houseparty bonhomie that picture-making on location theoretically generates, he usually returned to his hotel and stayed there.<\/p><\/blockquote>\n<p>Capote could just as well be talking about Day-Lewis, who has mostly eluded interviewers in the years since his stratospheric rise. Profiles of Day-Lewis, <a href=\"http:\/\/www.laweekly.com\/film\/daniel-day-lewis-the-way-he-lives-now-2151210\">like this 2007 conversation with <em>LA Weekly<\/em><\/a>, try to figure out how he does it, only to get caught up with the seemingly ordinary man before them:<\/p>\n<blockquote><p>When Day-Lewis shows up on the patio of the Hotel Bel-Air one November day for an interview, it\u2019s a shock: There are the sharp green eyes, the slightly bent nose, gold hoops hanging in the earlobes where Plainview had little holes. But in this man \u2014 the one wearing a plaid shirt and jeans, a mop of curly black hair flecked with gray tumbling over his forehead, great lines swooping up around his eyes when he smiles \u2014 there isn\u2019t the faintest shadow of Plainview; or of Christy Brown, the writer with cerebral palsy Day-Lewis played to great acclaim in <em>My Left Foot<\/em>; or of Gerry Conlon, the young Irishman wrongly accused of terrorism in <em>In the Name of the Father<\/em>. If I\u2019d been impressed with his performance in Anderson\u2019s film before, after meeting him, I was awed. When you meet Daniel Day-Lewis, to paraphrase Gibson, you don\u2019t meet the characters. You don\u2019t even meet the actor. You meet the place where <em>it <\/em>lives.<\/p><\/blockquote>\n<p><em>It <\/em>is the actor, writ large. Like Brando, Day-Lewis embraced the method, taking the performance from a self-conscious act to an embodied one. For both men, the camera was beside the point \u2014 it was a witness to real life. And both developed outsized reputations because of their craft. Sure, other actors have <a href=\"http:\/\/vis.sciencemag.org\/eggs\/img\/end.jpg\">tried to step into those shoes<\/a>. (Shia LeBeouf, anybody?) But somehow these attempts seem more like stunts than legit attempts to inhabit a role.<\/p>\n<p>Sure, method acting is a little crazy. There\u2019s no real reason for an actor to, say, <a href=\"http:\/\/observer.com\/2012\/10\/daniel-day-lewis-sent-text-messages-in-character-as-lincoln\/\">sign his texts with the letter A for Abraham Lincoln<\/a>, as Day-Lewis did while filming his Academy-Award winning role. Or for an actor to douse himself with ice-cold water every night, as Brando did when playing a murderer who emerged from a chilly lake. But given the performances they elicited, the strange and unnecessary labors of both actors seems worth it.<\/p>\n<p>I fell in love with Day-Lewis through one of his early performances, the chauvinistic bore <a href=\"https:\/\/youtu.be\/Zcpv7TqJ2bk?t=1m20s\">Cecil Vyse<\/a> in 1985\u2019s <em>A Room With a View<\/em>, which brought an unexpected humanity to a role that was meant to be a caricature. The same year, he starred in <em>My Beautiful Laundrette<\/em>, <a href=\"https:\/\/twitter.com\/LettersOfNote\/status\/877304969019498496\">reportedly<\/a> threatening to break his director\u2019s legs if he didn\u2019t get the chance to play a gay punk in one of the era\u2019s few films to portray a nuanced mixed race, same-sex relationship.<\/p>\n<p>The career that followed has been nothing short of legendary; the lengths to which Daniel Day-Lewis will go for a character has made for great moviegoing. It\u2019s humbling to read his own descriptions of his work, as when <a href=\"http:\/\/entertainment.time.com\/2012\/10\/25\/daniel-day-lewis-in-lincoln-hail-to-the-chief\/\">he spoke with<em> TIME<\/em>\u2019s Jessica Winter<\/a> about <em>Lincoln<\/em>, and to realize the love and care he puts into every role.<\/p>\n<blockquote><p>Day-Lewis\u2019 initial misgivings fell away once he began to research the part, finding his way toward Lincoln as a scholar would. \u201cThe minute you begin to approach him\u2014and there are vast corridors that have been carved that lead you to an understanding of that man\u2019s life, both through the great riches of his own writing and all the contemporary accounts and biographies\u2014he feels immediately and surprisingly accessible. He draws you closer to him.\u201d<\/p><\/blockquote>\n<p>Unlike Brando, Day-Lewis seems to have sidestepped the late-career self-indulgence that turned his predecessor into a joke, but there\u2019s no saying he won\u2019t return for a late iconic role, like Brando did with <em>The Godfather<\/em>. Day-Lewis <a href=\"http:\/\/www.vanityfair.com\/hollywood\/2017\/06\/daniel-day-lewis-acting-hollywood\">has attempted to retire<\/a> more than once. (He <a href=\"https:\/\/www.theguardian.com\/stage\/2012\/oct\/29\/daniel-day-lewis-hamlet-ghost\">later recanted his remarks<\/a> about seeing his dad\u2019s ghost.) And Brando himself told Capote that \u201cI only mean forty per cent of what I say.\u201d Perhaps Daniel Day-Lewis has a final act ahead \u2014 but if not, his fans have plenty be thankful for.<\/p>\n",
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            "password": "",
            "parent": false,
            "type": "post",
            "comments_open": false,
            "pings_open": true,
            "likes_enabled": true,
            "sharing_enabled": true,
            "comment_count": 0,
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            "is_reblogged": false,
            "is_following": true,
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            "format": "standard",
            "geo": false,
            "menu_order": 0,
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                    "name": "movies",
                    "slug": "movies",
                    "description": "",
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                        "links": {
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            "categories": {
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                    "description": "",
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                    }
                },
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                    "description": "",
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            "current_user_can": {
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            },
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            "author": {
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                "email": false,
                "name": "Sari Botton",
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            "title": "Exile in Guyville",
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            "short_URL": "http:\/\/wp.me\/p4KhvY-k1x",
            "content": "<p>For <em>Interview<\/em> magazine, singer-songwriter <a href=\"http:\/\/www.interviewmagazine.com\/culture\/elizabeth-wurtzel\/\">Liz Phair talks with author Elizabeth Wurtzel<\/a>, whose first book, <a href=\"https:\/\/www.amazon.com\/Prozac-Nation-Young-Depressed-America\/dp\/0544960092\/?tag=longreads-20\"><em>Prozac Nation: Young and Depressed in America<\/em><\/a>, originally published in 1997, has just been re-released with a new afterword by the author. <\/p>\n<p>The two touch on a variety of topics, from taking risks in your 20s, writing memoir vs. writing fiction (Phair herself is at work on a novel and a book of linked essays), music, motherhood, and the rise in sexism ostensibly ushered in with last year’s presidential election. <\/p>\n<blockquote><p>PHAIR: I think what we’re seeing politically is the result of people having developed atmospheres around them that make them untouchable, to the point where they don’t feel empathy for people who are in a more vulnerable state. <\/p>\n<p>WURTZEL: I see sexism everywhere, and I think it has to do with that. I’ve begun to blame sexism for everything. I’ve become so overwhelmed by it that, even though I love Bob Dylan, I don’t want to listen to Bob Dylan, because I don’t want to listen to men anymore. I don’t care what men have to say about anything. I only want to pay attention to what women do. I only want to read women. I’ll tell you how intense my feelings about this are: You know The Handmaid’s Tale, the show, which is feminist in its nature? Because men are behind it, I don’t want to watch it. That is the extent to which I am so truly horrified by what is going on. <\/p>\n<p>PHAIR: I have felt that same wave coming through. I’ll try to rent a movie, and every single title is for men, by men, about men, and I’m just like, “Where’s my world? Where’s my zone? Where has it gone?”<\/p><\/blockquote>\n<p><a class=\"button-red\" href=\"http:\/\/www.interviewmagazine.com\/culture\/elizabeth-wurtzel\/\">Read the story<\/a><\/p>\n",
            "excerpt": "<p>Liz Phair and Elizabeth Wurtzel discuss the sexism they each are seeing everywhere. <\/p>\n",
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