Quick News Digest
Discover world news tailored for you. Curated articles aligned with your interests on demand.
Discover world news tailored for you with Quick News Digest. This plugin allows you to retrieve news articles based on your interests and view the latest news on demand. Search, filter, and stay updated with curated articles aligned with your preferences. Get a quick summary of what's happening around the globe without any fluff or irrelevant information. Stay informed and never miss out on important news. With Quick News Digest, you'll have the world's news right at your fingertips!
Learn how to use Quick News Digest effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "Find the latest news articles about climate change."
Prompt 2: "I want to read an article about the latest advancements in technology."
Prompt 3: "Can you help me find news articles from specific sources?"
Prompt 4: "What are the trending news articles about health and wellness?"
Prompt 5: "I'm looking for news articles in multiple languages, can you help me with that?"
Features and commands
|This command fetches news articles based on user preferences and filters. You can specify the page of articles to retrieve, the types of content to search (e.g., news, press releases, or blogs), keywords to search for, concepts to include in the search, categories to include in the search, news sources to include in the search, geographic locations of news sources, authors of articles, locations mentioned in articles, languages of articles, dates on or after the articles of interest were published, dates on which the articles of interest were mentioned, keywords or phrases to exclude from the search, concepts to exclude from the search, categories to exclude from the search, news sources to exclude from the search, geographic locations of news sources to exclude from the search, locations mentioned in articles to exclude from the search, authors of articles to exclude from the search, and languages of articles to exclude from the search. The API will return a list of articles, along with their titles, bodies, sources, URLs, images (if available), and published dates.|