REST API Reference
This area provides details around each of the available REST resources, their properties
and their methods. For general information and overview of the API such as authentication
and pagination, refer to the REST API overview documentation.
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Some API calls may return additional fields that are not documented in this reference. These should not be used as they may be experimental, legacy or being deprecated.
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Tags allow content to be categorised and filtered for better curation. They are more like blog tags or product swing-tags and not to be confused with hashtags. It is a form of profiling Social Tiles for grouping/association purposes.
The Tile is defined as any post/comment stored within Stackla that has been ingested from an external source (ie. Tweet from Twitter, Post from FB)
A Filter is a query for Stackla Tile content that was ingested from a particular Network, contains a particular Tag and/or is of a particular Medium. To retrieve a stream of content you can do so using the Filters endpoint.
Terms in Stackla allow us to set the rules to ingest content from different networks (such as user-generated content from Social Networks) – it is defined as an ingestion query within the Stackla platform.
Users are resources that have access to the Stackla admin panel. Users can’t be created via API, but instead are created by individuals following the invitation flow.
If you are looking to read Extuser(s) programmatically.
Moderationview allows users to save the view of a Moderation page, including content filter and the hide/show columns.
Moderation views API
Widgets refer to any Stackla Social Visual that can be embedded onto a digital property that is made up of either an “In-Line” and possibly also an “Expanded Tile” view. This endpoint allows you to create widgets and returns an embed code.