{"_id":"5d56def747171900259cbb4c","project":"55d2023b3c74062300aee506","initVersion":{"_id":"5cdde55205114d005d1abf1e","version":"1.16"},"user":{"_id":"5c4f7b3b014143002ce6c065","username":"","name":"Aridam Kumar"},"__v":0,"createdAt":"2019-08-16T16:51:03.241Z","changelog":[{"_id":"5d56def747171900259cbb50","update":"The [Create Project](doc:create-project) endpoint now supports the `add_to_organization` field.","type":"added"},{"_id":"5d56def747171900259cbb4f","update":"The [Upload Document](doc:upload-attachment-to-project) endpoint now supports the `auto_version` field.","type":"added"},{"_id":"5d56def747171900259cbb4e","update":"The [Create Sheet Packet](doc:create-sheet-packet) endpoint now supports the `include_annotations` field.","type":"added"},{"_id":"5d56def747171900259cbb4d","update":"","type":"added"}],"body":"[block:image]\n{\n  \"images\": [\n    {\n      \"image\": [\n        \"https://files.readme.io/a393989-giphy.gif\",\n        \"giphy.gif\",\n        600,\n        337,\n        \"#38cde2\"\n      ],\n      \"caption\": \"The summer brings hot new API features! (giphy)\"\n    }\n  ]\n}\n[/block]\nHello PlanGrid Developers!\n\nThe PlanGrid API is hotter than a sandy beach under your bare feet during these dog days of summer! To help you stay cool, we have a new release that incorporates features to link projects to organizations as they are created, version documents via the API, and create sheet packets without annotations when exporting sheets.\n\nYou can now [create a project through the API and link it to an organization](doc:create-project). When creating a project, add a body parameter to the POST request called `add_to_organization` and set it to `true`. This will link the project to the API user's organization, otherwise by default the project will remain a personal project. Note that this only works when creating a new project, but does not work when updating an existing project.\n\n We now also support the [creation of new versions of existing documents via the API](doc:upload-attachment-to-project). Simply add a body parameter to the POST request called `auto_version` and set it to `true` to automatically create a new version of documents with the same name.\n\nLastly, you can now create sheet packets [without published annotations](doc:create-sheet-packet) in the export. This is done by adding a query parameter to the POST request called `include_annotations` and setting it to `false`.\n\nWe hope that working with projects, documents, and sheets becomes easier for you with these new features. If you would like to share our joy please feel free to reach out!","slug":"1160-create-organization-linked-projects-document-versioning-and-export-sheets-without-annotations","title":"1.16.0: Create Organization-linked Projects, Document Versioning, and Export Sheets without Annotations"}

1.16.0: Create Organization-linked Projects, Document Versioning, and Export Sheets without Annotations


[block:image] { "images": [ { "image": [ "https://files.readme.io/a393989-giphy.gif", "giphy.gif", 600, 337, "#38cde2" ], "caption": "The summer brings hot new API features! (giphy)" } ] } [/block] Hello PlanGrid Developers! The PlanGrid API is hotter than a sandy beach under your bare feet during these dog days of summer! To help you stay cool, we have a new release that incorporates features to link projects to organizations as they are created, version documents via the API, and create sheet packets without annotations when exporting sheets. You can now [create a project through the API and link it to an organization](doc:create-project). When creating a project, add a body parameter to the POST request called `add_to_organization` and set it to `true`. This will link the project to the API user's organization, otherwise by default the project will remain a personal project. Note that this only works when creating a new project, but does not work when updating an existing project. We now also support the [creation of new versions of existing documents via the API](doc:upload-attachment-to-project). Simply add a body parameter to the POST request called `auto_version` and set it to `true` to automatically create a new version of documents with the same name. Lastly, you can now create sheet packets [without published annotations](doc:create-sheet-packet) in the export. This is done by adding a query parameter to the POST request called `include_annotations` and setting it to `false`. We hope that working with projects, documents, and sheets becomes easier for you with these new features. If you would like to share our joy please feel free to reach out!
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The [Create Project](doc:create-project) endpoint now supports the `add_to_organization` field.
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The [Upload Document](doc:upload-attachment-to-project) endpoint now supports the `auto_version` field.
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The [Create Sheet Packet](doc:create-sheet-packet) endpoint now supports the `include_annotations` field.