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Tasks represent actions that need to be completed and must be associated with a project. Tasks have an optional due date, can be assigned to a user and can have subtasks.
Returns all tasks. This is a cursor-paginated endpoint. For more information, please refer to our documentation on pagination.
For pagination, the marker (an opaque string value) representing the first item on the next page
For pagination, the limit of entries to be returned. If not provided, up to 500 items will be returned.
If supplied, only tasks that are assigned to this user are returned
If supplied, only tasks that are assigned to this project are returned
If null is supplied then only parent tasks are returned. If integer is supplied then only subtasks of a specific task are returned. By default all tasks are returned.
Whether the task is done or not. 0 = Not done, 1 = Done. If not omitted then returns both done and not done tasks.
Returns the details of a specific task.
The ID of the task
Adds a new task.
The title of the task
The ID of a project
The description of the task
The ID of a parent task. Can not be ID of a task which is already a subtask.
The ID of the user who will be the assignee of the task
Whether the task is done or not. 0 = Not done, 1 = Done.
The due date of the task. Format: YYYY-MM-DD.
Updates a task.
The ID of the project this task is associated with
Marks a task as deleted. If the task has subtasks then those will also be deleted.