Get Activities

Redbooth provides powerful online collaboration software for team and task management. Using this activity, you can get the list of all the activities to which a user has access. To achieve this, add this activity to your canvas, and configure it. Select the appropriate access token for Redbooth. If you haven’t created an access token, select ‘Add New’ to create one.

Under ‘Order’, choose the order you wish to get the results in. You can sort them in ascending or descending order, or by the following fields: ID, created at, updated at, or position. Enter the number of results you wish to get per page (max=1000), and the number of pages you want. You will have to specify the ID of the organization as well as the project to which the activities belong. Within a project, activities can belong to various targets (tasks, conversations, person, and so on). Select your preferred target type. Lastly, you can also get activities that took place within a particular date range.


get-activities

Once you have entered all the details, click on ‘Done’ and run the flow. This will return the list of all the activities that match the specified parameters. 

Output:
  • output-arrow redbooth-128 Get Activities
    • left-triangle activities array
      • left-triangle type string
      • left-triangle created_at integer
      • left-triangle updated_at integer
      • left-triangle id integer
      • left-triangle user_id integer
      • left-triangle project_id integer
      • left-triangle target_id integer
      • left-triangle target_type string
      • left-triangle comment_target_id integer
      • left-triangle action string
      • left-triangle last_activity_id integer
      • left-triangle is_private boolean
      • left-triangle title string
      • left-triangle body string
      • left-triangle assigned_id integer
      • left-triangle previous_assigned_id integer
      • left-triangle due_on string
      • left-triangle previous_due_on integer
      • left-triangle due_on string
      • left-triangle previous_due_on string
      • left-triangle urgent boolean
      • left-triangle previous_urgent boolean
      • left-triangle time_tracking_on string