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When subscribing, what filter should I use to get literally all available news stories?

We intend to use news alerts delivery via AWS SQS, and we need to get all available news, literally.
This means, we want to get news of all urgency levels (that is, of all 9 levels listed in the reference manuals), and in all languages.

Subscription request wants us to specify a filter but the reference manual is moot on these points:

  • If we want to get news in all available languages, how exactly do we specify this in the filter?
  • If we want to get news of all urgency levels, how exactly do we specify this in the filter?

Please advise us on how to specify a filter which effectively means "no limits".

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Hi @khomutov,

You don't have to specify a filter when requesting news. When you do this, all available news will be sent to you.

Your request can look like this:

{
  "transport": {
    "transportType": "AWS-SQS"
  },
  "payloadVersion": "2.0"
}

No filter section required.

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