Supported Triggers, Searches, Filters, and Actions
Returns items that match the given filter.
Finds information about a specific user.
Trigger when a new item is created.
New Tagged Item
Triggers when you tag an item.
New Favorited Item
Triggers when you favorite an item.
Triggers when you add a new item.
New Archived Item
Triggers when you archive an item.
Remove from the favorites
Removes an item from the user's favorites.
Readd an item
Re-adds (unarchives) an item to the user's list.
Modify item tags
Modifies item tags.
Send a message
Mark as a favorite Marks an item as a favorite
Delete an item Permanently removes an item from the user's account.
Delete a tweet
Archive an item Moves an item to the user's archive.
Create a tweet
Add an item Adds a new item.
Save for Later
Save an item for later.
Get Article Data
Retrieves a list of articles in your account.
Get Image Data
Retrieves a list of Image in your account.
Get video Data
Retrieves a list of Video in your account.
Frequently Asked Questions
What version of the Pocket API does this connector use?
This connector uses version 3 of the Pocket API (https://getpocket.com/v3/get).
What kind of credentials do I need to power up this connector?
You need the email address and password associated with your Pocket account.
How do I know my Pocket credentials are secure?
The login process uses the OAuth process, so your Pocket credentials are never seen or stored by Domo. This keeps your login secure. You can revoke Domo's access to your Pocket account at any time.
When I click 'Add Account', why am I getting automatically validated without needing to enter credentials?
If you are already logged into Pocket when you connect to Domo, you are authenticated automatically as you click Add Account. If you want to connect to an account that is different from the one you are logged into, you must first log out of Pocket.
How often can the data be updated?
Datasets should be set to update no more than once every 15 minutes.
Are there any API limits that I need to be aware of?
While Pocket may enforce call rate limits, you should not have to worry about them.