How to get space watches for current user using REST api?

Hi,

Anyone know of a way to get what spaces the currently logged in user is watching using the REST api? I know you can use the follow to get pages watches:

/rest/api/search?cql=watcher=currentUser()

This just returns page watches but not space watches, even though it looks like it knows about the space watches. The result of this call returns:

"size": 19,
"start": 0,
"totalSize": 22

I am watching 19 pages and 3 spaces = 22. The problem is the call does not ractually eturn the space watches, only the pages. Any way to have it returrn the space watches also?

 

Thanks

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