Podio API Documentation

Status: Get status message

GET /status/{status_id}

Retrieves a status message by its id. The id of the status message is usually gotten from the stream.

PHP Client
PodioStatus::get( $status_id );
Ruby Gem
Podio::Status.find( id )
Response { "status_id": The id of the status,
  "value": The actual status message, "link": The full link to the status, "created_by": The entity who made the revision, "created_via": Through which client the revision was made,   "created_on": The date and time the message was created, "comments": The comments on the status message, [ { "comment_id": The id of the comment, ... (see the get comment operation for details) }, ... (more comments) ],
"like_count": The total number of likes on this status,
"is_liked": True if the active user has liked the status, false otherwise, "ratings": The ratings on the status message { ... See the get all ratings operation for details, },
"rights": The list of rights the active user has on the status, "tasks": The tasks on the status that are public or the user is part of, [ { "task_id": The id of the task, ... (see the get task operation for details) }, ... (more tasks) ], "files": The files on the status [ { "file_id": The id of the file, ... (see the get item operation for details) }, ... (more files) ], "subscribed": True if the active user is subscribed to updates, false otherwise,
"subscribed_count": The number of users subscribed to the status, "push": Details about the push channel
"channel": The name of the channel for the push service,
"signature": The signature for the channel,
"timestamp": The timestamp of the signature
}, "user_ratings": The ratings of the active user on the object, { "{type}": The value of the rating of the given type, ... (more types) }, "embed": An embedded link, if one is associated { "embed_id": The id of the embed, ... (see the Add an embed operation for details) }, "embed_file": A thumbnail associated with the embedded link, if any { "file_id": The id of the file, ... (see the get item operation for details) }, "questions": Any questions attached to this status, [ { "question_id": The id of the question, "text": The text of the question, if any, "options": The options of the questions [ { "question_option_id": The id of the option, "text": The text of the option }, ... (more options) ], "answers": The answers to the question [ { "question_option_id": The id of the option, "user": The user who answers { "user_id": The id of the user, "name": The full name of the user, "avatar": The file id of the avatar of the user, if any } }, ... (more answers) ] }, ... (more questions) ] } 


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