Triggers when you or specified user hits like on the tweets.
Triggers when a user being watched is mentioned in a tweet.
Triggers when a new message is received.
Triggers when someone retweets a tweet from a user being watched.
Triggers when a new tweet is posted from you or specified user.
Triggers when a new tweet is created in a specific list.
Triggers when there is a newly deleted note. This will enable you to detect when a note was deleted on Toodledo so you can also delete the note from your application.
Triggers when there is a newly deleted row in a selected list. This will enable you to detect when a row was deleted in the list on Toodledo so you can also delete the row from your application.
Triggers when there is a newly deleted task. This will enable you to detect when a task was deleted on Toodledo so you can also delete the task from your application.
Triggers when there is a new note.
Triggers when there is a new row in a selected list.
Triggers when there is a new task.
Adds a member to a list. Note that lists cannot have more than 5,000 members.
Posts a new tweet.
Deletes the direct message specified in ID.
Removes a posted tweet.
Returns a single direct message by ID.
Returns a variety of information about the user specified by ID or screen name parameter.
Returns a single tweet specified by ID parameter.
Likes or Unlikes the tweet specified in the ID parameters as the authenticating user.
Performs an arbitrary authorized API call.
Retweets or Unretweets a tweet and returns the original tweet with retweet details embedded.
Sends a new direct message to a selected user.
Updates your profile images.
Adds a context. Context is a concept that is frequently used by people who use the GTD methodology. It allows you to assign tasks to certain contexts in which they must be completed.
Adds a folder. Folders are a way to organize tasks and notes into groups. Most people use folders to keep different projects or areas of their life separated.
Adds a goal. Goals are a way to organize tasks. Most people use goals to indicate how tasks contribute to longer term goals or aspirations.
Adds a location. Locations are a way to organize tasks by where they can be completed.
Adds a note. The Notes section of Toodledo (sometimes called Notebook) is an entire section for long form notes that users can create. Notes can be organized into folders.
Adds a task. Tasks allow users to keep track of the things that they need to do. This helps them stay organized and be more productive.
Deletes a context.
Deletes a folder.
Deletes a goal.
Deletes a location.
Deletes a note.
Deletes a task.
Edits a task.
Gets an account information.
Retrieves a note.
Retrieves a row.
Retrieves a task.
Reassigns a task.
Shares a task.
Returns a cursored collection of user objects for users following the specified user.
Returns the most recent tweets liked by you or specified user.
Returns all lists the autherticating or specified user subscribes to, including their own.
Returns the 20 most recent mentions for the authenticating user.
Returns all direct messages within the last 30 days. Sorted in reverse-chronological order.
Returns a collection of numeric IDs for every user who has a pending request to follow the authenticating user.
Returns a collection of upto 100 most recent retweets or user IDs belonging to users who have retweeted the tweet by ID parameter.
Returns a collection of the most recent Tweets posted by the user.
Returns tweets that meet specified criteria.
Provides a simple, relevance-based search interface to public user accounts on Twitter.
Retrieves a list of collaborators.
Retrieves a list of contexts.
Retrieves a list of folders.
Retrieves a list of goals.
Retrieves a list of locations.