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Todoist API (also known as the “Sync API”) is specially designed for efficient data sync between clients (e.g. All Sync API requests share the same endpoint URL: https://todoist.com/API/v7/sync Sync API requests should be made in HTTP POST (application/x-www-form-urlencoded).

For example by default the Python library fetches all resource types and then always does incremental syncs, so there’s no need to specify most of the following parameters.

that you received from your previous sync response, and the Todoist API server will return only the updated resource data.

When the request succeeds, an HTTP 200 response will be returned with a JSON object containing the requested resources and also a new Note that the Python example is only there to show what is the equivalent for sending commands, but actually there’s no need to use that with the Python library, as it has its own object oriented API which is a lot easier to do various things, so many of the parameters mentioned below do not make much sense for the Python library, and instead you can just use the methods described in the following sections.

You can see that the project_add command specified a temp_id property (“c7beb07f-b226-4eb1-bf63-30d782b07b1a”) as placeholder of the actual project_id.

The item_add command can refrence to this temporary project id. “` command, we need to obtain the project ID returned from the previous command.

Therefore, the normal approach would be to run these two commands in two separate HTTP requests.The temporary resource ID feature allows you to run two or more dependent commands in a single HTTP request.For commands that are related to creation of resources (i.e. The server uses the HTTP status codes to indicate the success or failure of a request.And as is customary in web servers, a 2xx code indicates - success, a 4xx code - an error due to incorrect user provided information, and a 5xx code - an internal, possibly temporary, error.The maximum number of commands is 100 per request, and this is done to prevent timeouts and other problems when dealing with big requests.There’s also a maximum number of 50 sync requests per minute for each user, in order to prevent clients from accidentally overloading our servers.

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