Returns a list of channel activity events that match the request criteria. For example, you can retrieve events associated with a particular channel, events associated with the user's subscriptions and Google+ friends, or the YouTube home page feed, which is customized for each user.
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Quota impact: A call to this method has a quota cost of 1 unit in addition to the costs of the specified resource parts.
The table below lists the parameters that this query supports. All of the parameters listed are query parameters.
The part parameter specifies a comma-separated list of one or more activity resource properties that the API response will include.
If the parameter identifies a property that contains child properties, the child properties will be included in the response. For example, in an activity resource, the snippet property contains other properties that identify the type of activity, a display title for the activity, and so forth. If you set part=snippet, the API response will also contain all of those nested properties.
The list below contains the part names that you can include in the parameter value and the quota cost for each part:
Filters (specify exactly one of the following parameters)
The channelId parameter specifies a unique YouTube channel ID. The API will then return a list of that channel's activities.
This parameter can only be used in a properly authorized request. Set this parameter's value to true to retrieve the activity feed that displays on the YouTube home page for the currently authenticated user.
This parameter can only be used in a properly authorized request. Set this parameter's value to true to retrieve a feed of the authenticated user's activities.
The maxResults parameter specifies the maximum number of items that should be returned in the result set. Acceptable values are 0 to 50, inclusive. The default value is 5.
The pageToken parameter identifies a specific page in the result set that should be returned. In an API response, the nextPageToken and prevPageToken properties identify other pages that could be retrieved.
The publishedAfter parameter specifies the earliest date and time that an activity could have occurred for that activity to be included in the API response. If the parameter value specifies a day, but not a time, then any activities that occurred that day will be included in the result set. The value is specified in ISO 8601 (YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sZ) format.
The publishedBefore parameter specifies the date and time before which an activity must have occurred for that activity to be included in the API response. If the parameter value specifies a day, but not a time, then any activities that occurred that day will be excluded from the result set. The value is specified in ISO 8601 (YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ss.sZ) format.
The regionCode parameter instructs the API to return results for the specified country. The parameter value is an ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code. YouTube uses this value when the authorized user's previous activity on YouTube does not provide enough information to generate the activity feed.
Do not provide a request body when calling this method.
If successful, this method returns a response body with the following structure: