WordPress, Toodledo Integrations

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Triggers

WordPress

Watch Categories

Triggers when a new category is added.

WordPress

Watch Comments

Triggers when a new comment is added.

WordPress

Watch Media Items

Triggers when a new media item is added.

WordPress

Watch Posts

Triggers when a new post is added.

WordPress

Watch Tags

Triggers when a new tag is added.

WordPress

Watch Users

Triggers when a new user is added.

Toodledo

Watch Deleted Notes

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.

Toodledo

Watch Deleted Rows

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.

Toodledo

Watch Deleted Tasks

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.

Toodledo

Watch Notes

Triggers when there is a new note.

Toodledo

Watch Rows

Triggers when there is a new row in a selected list.

Toodledo

Watch Tasks

Triggers when there is a new task.

Actions

WordPress

Create a Category

Creates a category.

WordPress

Create a Comment

Creates a comment.

WordPress

Create a Media Item

Creates a media item.

WordPress

Create a Post

Creates a post.

WordPress

Create a Tag

Creates a tag.

WordPress

Create a User

Creates a user.

WordPress

Delete a Category

Deletes a category specified by its ID.

WordPress

Delete a Comment

Deletes a comment specified by its ID.

WordPress

Delete a Media Item

Deletes a media item specified by its ID.

WordPress

Delete a Post

Deletes a post specified by its ID.

WordPress

Delete a Tag

Deletes a tag specified by its ID.

WordPress

Delete a User

Deletes a user specified by its ID.

WordPress

Get a Category

Returns info about a category specified by its ID.

WordPress

Get a Comment

Returns info about a comment specified by its ID.

WordPress

Get a Media Item

Returns info about a media item specified by its ID.

WordPress

Get a Post

Returns info about a post specified by its ID.

WordPress

Get a Tag

Returns info about a tag specified by its ID.

WordPress

Get a User

Returns info about a user specified by its ID.

WordPress

Make an API Call

Performs an arbitrary authorized API call.

WordPress

Update a Category

Updates a category specified by its ID.

WordPress

Update a Comment

Updates a comment specified by its ID.

WordPress

Update a Media Item

Updates a media item specified by its ID.

WordPress

Update a Post

Updates a post specified by its ID.

WordPress

Update a Tag

Updates a tag specified by its ID.

WordPress

Update a User

Updates a user specified by its ID.

Toodledo

Add a Context

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.

Toodledo

Add a Folder

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.

Toodledo

Add a Goal

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.

Toodledo

Add a Location

Adds a location. Locations are a way to organize tasks by where they can be completed.

Toodledo

Add a Note

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.

Toodledo

Add a Task

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.

Toodledo

Delete a Context

Deletes a context.

Toodledo

Delete a Folder

Deletes a folder.

Toodledo

Delete a Goal

Deletes a goal.

Toodledo

Delete a Location

Deletes a location.

Toodledo

Delete a Note

Deletes a note.

Toodledo

Delete a Task

Deletes a task.

Toodledo

Edit a Task

Edits a task.

Toodledo

Get an Account Info

Gets an account information.

Toodledo

Get a Note

Retrieves a note.

Toodledo

Get a Row

Retrieves a row.

Toodledo

Get a Task

Retrieves a task.

Toodledo

Reassign a Task

Reassigns a task.

Toodledo

Share a Task

Shares a task.

Searches

WordPress

Search Categories

Searches for specific categories.

WordPress

Search Comments

Searches for specific comments.

WordPress

Search Media Items

Searches for specific media items.

WordPress

Search Posts

Searches for specific posts.

WordPress

Search Tags

Searches for specific tags.

WordPress

Search Taxonomies

Searches for specific taxonomies.

WordPress

Search Users

Searches for specific users.

Toodledo

List Collaborators

Retrieves a list of collaborators.

Toodledo

List Contexts

Retrieves a list of contexts.

Toodledo

List Folders

Retrieves a list of folders.

Toodledo

List Goals

Retrieves a list of goals.

Toodledo

List Locations

Retrieves a list of locations.

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