I'm attempting to programmatically create a list of a shared folders content, with links attached to each file. Each link should point to the file on dropbox, where the user would have to log in and, if they have access to the file, be able to view and edit it.
After reading the docs, I thought I could achieve this with create_shared_link_with_settings using the audience: no_one option, but I can't seem to get it to work.
The docs read:
Have I misunderstood? Can I archieve this some other way?
I have a normal user account, not teams.
Thanks for the report! Just to clarify, when you say you "can't seem to get it to work", what specifically fails, and with what error message?
There may be an issue on our side with this so we'll be happy to look into it, but I'd like to make sure I know exactly what isn't working for you and how first. Thanks in advance.
Thanks for answering.
I can create a shared link with the http api through curl.
If I try to include the audience: no_one setting, I get this error summary.
Does it work for you?
Thanks for confirming that! I just tried it and got the same behavior. I'll look into this and follow up here once I have an update for you.
I don't have an official update on this yet unfortunately. I'll let you know once I do.
(For reference though, it sounds like this unfortunately is not currently meant for use like this. I.e., `no_one` isn't meant for use with the /2/sharing/create_shared_link_with_settings endpoint, and is only listed for it because the `LinkAudience` object itself is shared with other endpoints. This is still open with the team, but it looks like there currently aren't plans to implement it.)
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