This guide helps you get data from your Intevals account into MS Access. MS Access does not have native import of REST API data sources, nevertheless you can still make use of an Excel that already has data connections setup. Before proceeding, download the Excel starter template and follow the instructions for replacing your API […]
This starter template makes use of our REST API for Intervals and enables you to quickly see your data outside of Intervals. You can view the most used items in your account: People Clients Projetcts Tasks Time To get started, you’ll need to sign into your account and generate your API token. Next, download our […]
This guide allows you to connect to your Intervals account using our API and Excel from Microsoft 365. First, get your API token from your account section. Navigate to Data > From Web: Enter the following information in the From Web settings below. The value for Authorization is the word “Basic” followed by a space, […]
The Intervals API includes the following rate limits. All Plans (Except Unlimited): 100 requests per minute per IP 6000 requests per day per customer account The Unlimited Plan: 100 requests per minute per IP 12000 requests per day per customer account The Unlimited plan increases the API rate limits to 12,000 requests per day. That’s […]
The Intervals API uses token-based authentication. Every Intervals user has a unique 11-character alphanumeric token that looks something like this: a78828gq6t4. Each person must manually enable his or her Intervals API token by going to the My Account -> API Access under Options. There, you will be able to view, generate, revoke, and regenerate your token. […]
Documentation on the API is available by navigating to https://www.myintervals.com/api/.
Currently there is not a way to add or delete documents via the API. The API supports read-only access to the documents section. For more information about the supported actions please visit the documentations page for API docs.
The API does not return tasks for inactive projects because it is designed to mirror the functionality of the application interface. To retrieve the tasks,
The API can be used by these access levels: Administrator Manager Resource Executive The same user permissions that apply in the interface also apply to the API. We built our API according to RESTful API standards, which is the most common standard for developing APIs. Any developer that is competent and well versed in using RESTful APIs […]