You now have to use a key to access the PlanningAlerts API

Three months ago we announced that you would need to get an API key to use the PlanningAlerts API.

We gave you lots of time to transition. We made the use of an API key optional during this transition period.

Now, as the start of June has passed, we’ve made the use of the API key mandatory.

If by any chance you missed the earlier announcements and today you’ve discovered that your application that uses the PlanningAlerts API isn’t working anymore then you’ll need to get yourself an API key.

Don’t worry. It’s very simple.

As ever, if you have any questions, please get in touch.

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