Pivotal Tracker is an award-winning, simple, effective, agile project management tool that allows your team to collaborate around a shared backlog of stories in real time.

Webhooks are user-defined HTTP callbacks.

project-management tier-2
generic tier-2

Projects

  • ID
    ID of the project.
    Name
    Name of the project.
    Description
    A description of the project’s content.
    Created
    The date the project was created.
    Updated
    The date the project was last updated.
    Point Scale
  • Create a Project

    Creates a new Project.

  • Delete a Project

    Deletes the selected Project.

  • Search Projects

    Searches Projects in the selected account and returns a list.

Stories

  • ID
    The ID of the story.
    URL
    The URL of the story in Tracker.
    Name
    The name of the story.
    Type
    The type of the story.
    Description
    In-depth explanation of the story requirements.
    State
    The story’s state of completion.
    Estimate
    The point value of the story.
    Labels
    Labels associated with the story.
    Deadline
    Due date/time (for a release-type story).
    Requested By
    The ID of the person who requested the story.
    Owners
    The owners of this story.
    Created At
    The date the story was created.
    Updated At
    The date the story was last updated.
    Accepted At
    Comments
    Integration ID
    External ID
    Project
  • Story Created

    Triggers when a new Story is created in the selected Project.

  • Story Updated

    Triggers when a Story is updated in the selected Project.

  • Story Deleted

    Triggers when a Story is deleted in the selected Project.

  • Create a Story

    Creates a new Story in the selected Project.

  • Update a Story

    Updates the selected Story.

  • Add Owner to Story

    Adds Owner to the selected Story.

  • Remove Owner from Story

    Removes Owner from the selected Story.

  • Delete a Story

    Deletes the selected Story.

  • Look Up a Story

    Fetches a Story by its ID

  • Search Stories

    Searches for Stories in the selected Project and returns a list.

Comments

  • Text
    Content of the comment.
    Created
    Creation time.
    ID
    Updated At
    Person
    Story
    Project
  • Add a Comment

    Comments on the selected Story.

  • List Attachments

  • Search Comments

Tasks

  • ID
    The ID of the task.
    Description
    Content of the task.
    Complete
    Flag showing the completion of the task.
    Position
    Offset from the top of the task list.
    Created At
    Creation time.
    Updated At
    Updated time.
    Story
  • Task Added

  • Task Completed

  • Add a Task

    Creates a new Task in the selected Story.

  • Update a Task

  • Complete a Task

  • Delete a Task

  • List Tasks

Attachments

  • ID
    The ID of the attachment.
    URL
    The URL of the attachment.
    File Name
    Created At
    Size
    Content Type
    Download URL
    Uploader
    Thumbnail URL
  • Attach a File

    Creates an Attachment from the selected URL.


Requests

  • URL
    Method
    Content Type
    Headers
    To construct headers, you can iterate over a list from another pipe. If a header and respective value contains newlines, each line in the name and corresponding line in value are treated as a Header: Value pair. For example having a Name “X-One↵X-Two” and a Value “one↵two” will result in two headers: “X-One: One” and “X-Two: two” (↵ stands for a newline, like pressing the enter key).
    Body
    Hint: you can use to_json filter like {{a|to_json}} or {{a.attribute|to_json}} to obtain json representation of an object. You can even combine objects exported from several pipes, like {{ {'trello_card': A, 'salesforce_task': b}|to_json }}.
  • Incoming Request

    You can use ApiRequest.io to make a test request.

  • Make Request

    Makes a HTTP request.

    You can use RequestBin to see what this pipe is sending or to inspect and debug webhook requests.

  • Forward Request

Json Requests

  • Method
    Headers
    Body
    Body JSON
    Origin IP
    URL Params
    Result
    Result Link
  • Request for JSONP

  • JSONP Response