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Accessing Workspace Information via Target API

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Similarly to this request, I would like to get the information on all available workspaces. An example output could look like this:

{

"total":10,

"workspaces": [

{

"name": "Example Workspace 1",

"workspace_id": "12345",

"date_created": "01.01.1970",

"activities": {

"active": "25",

"deactivated": "10",

"synchronizing": "10"},

"modifiedAt": "02.02.1970"

}

 

This way the Target API can be utilized to the maximum if specific workspaces have to be used in the API calls. Otherwise, it is really cumbersome to get the Workspace ID via the URL.

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Voted for it great request!

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