Podio API Documentation

Calendar: Get calendar summary

GET /calendar/summary

Returns the calendar summary for the active user

PHP Client
PodioCalendarEvent::get_summary( $attributes = array() );
Ruby Gem
Podio::CalendarEvent.find_summary( options = {} )

The maximum number of events to return in each group

Default value: 5

The minimum priority for the events to return

Default value: 1
Response { "today": The summary for today, { "total": The total number of events, "events": The first events, limited by the limit parameter [ { "type": The type of the entry, either "task", "item" or "meeting", "id": The id of the entry, "group": The group of the object, null for tasks and app item name for items, "title": The title of the entry, "start": The start date, "start_date": The date part of the start, "start_time": The time part of the start, if any, "end": The end date if entry, if any, "end_date": The date part of the end, if any, "end_time": The time part of the end, if any, "link": The full link to the object, "app": The app the object belongs to, if any, { "app_id": The id of the app, "name": The name of the app, "item_name": The name of items in the app, "icon": The icon of the app } }, ... (more events up to the limit) ] }, "upcoming": The summary for the next 6 following days { ... (same as the today group above) } }


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