{"_id":"5bd3229b383483000db712b4","project":"55d2023b3c74062300aee506","initVersion":{"_id":"5bc621a6bcc5310023bf49b5","version":"1.13"},"user":{"_id":"57db49de0678030e008a76f8","username":"","name":"Sophat Sam"},"__v":6,"createdAt":"2018-10-26T14:20:11.643Z","changelog":[{"_id":"5bd3288cccc2710023cf88a1","update":"The [Retrieve Tasks in a Project](docs:retrieve-issues-in-a-project) endpoint now supports the `include_annotationless` query parameter.","type":"added"},{"_id":"5bd3288cccc2710023cf88a0","update":"The [Task Object](doc:the-issue-object) now contains a `string` attribute.","type":"added"},{"_id":"5bd3288cccc2710023cf889f","update":"The [Task Object](doc:the-issue-object) now contains a `type` attribute.","type":"added"},{"_id":"5bd3294523267e002e96c5f7","update":"","type":"added"}],"body":"Hello PlanGrid developers! \n\nWe are excited to announce the expansion of Issues to Tasks. References to Issues will be rebranded as Tasks and all existing Issues endpoints will continue to work as they did prior. With Tasks, you can do everything Issues allowed you to do, but now you can also track work that is not on a sheet. \n\nThis initial launch of Tasks will provide a foundation for a more flexible tool that allows you to track all work that needs to be created, assigned, and completed in PlanGrid, whether they are planned work or a response to an issue.\n\nIn additional to the rebranding of Issues to Tasks, here are the changes coming to the API:\n* The [Retrieve Tasks in a Project](doc:retrieve-issues-in-a-project) endpoint will continue to provide a list of tasks associated with a sheet. To request a list that also includes sheetless tasks, use the `include_annotationless` query parameter with your requests.\n\n* If a [Task Object](doc:the-issue-object) is a not associated with a sheet, the `current_annotation` object will be empty.\n\n* The [Task Object](doc:the-issue-object) now contains a `string` attribute that represents the Task stamp. If the Task is associated with a sheet, this value will match the `current_annotation.stamp` value. The value for the `string` and `current_annotation.stamp` attribute (if it exists) may be empty if the Task stamp is set to the default \"General\". \n\n* The [Task Object](doc:the-issue-object) now contains a `type` attribute indicating the type of work with possible values being `issue`, `planned_work`, `other`.\n\nPlease [reach out](mailto:developers@plangrid.com) if you have any comments or questions about the release.","slug":"1130-tasks","title":"1.13.0: Tasks"}

1.13.0: Tasks


Hello PlanGrid developers! We are excited to announce the expansion of Issues to Tasks. References to Issues will be rebranded as Tasks and all existing Issues endpoints will continue to work as they did prior. With Tasks, you can do everything Issues allowed you to do, but now you can also track work that is not on a sheet. This initial launch of Tasks will provide a foundation for a more flexible tool that allows you to track all work that needs to be created, assigned, and completed in PlanGrid, whether they are planned work or a response to an issue. In additional to the rebranding of Issues to Tasks, here are the changes coming to the API: * The [Retrieve Tasks in a Project](doc:retrieve-issues-in-a-project) endpoint will continue to provide a list of tasks associated with a sheet. To request a list that also includes sheetless tasks, use the `include_annotationless` query parameter with your requests. * If a [Task Object](doc:the-issue-object) is a not associated with a sheet, the `current_annotation` object will be empty. * The [Task Object](doc:the-issue-object) now contains a `string` attribute that represents the Task stamp. If the Task is associated with a sheet, this value will match the `current_annotation.stamp` value. The value for the `string` and `current_annotation.stamp` attribute (if it exists) may be empty if the Task stamp is set to the default "General". * The [Task Object](doc:the-issue-object) now contains a `type` attribute indicating the type of work with possible values being `issue`, `planned_work`, `other`. Please [reach out](mailto:developers@plangrid.com) if you have any comments or questions about the release.
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The [Retrieve Tasks in a Project](docs:retrieve-issues-in-a-project) endpoint now supports the `include_annotationless` query parameter.
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The [Task Object](doc:the-issue-object) now contains a `string` attribute.
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The [Task Object](doc:the-issue-object) now contains a `type` attribute.