This API allows developers to build integrations on and automate workflows with their Papyrs intranet site/knowledge base. It's a simple REST API which can be used to create, search and edit content. Site owners can assign API permissions on a subsite-level basis, so fine-grained control over what API users can access and create is possible. Example API usage includes programmatically importing existing content, posting content based on an external action, automatically posting content at certain time intervals (like a weekly check-in for the team), posting comments or building a unified search.
The editor in Papyrs is based on widgets (blocks), and the API supports REST methods to create and edit page blocks. In addition to individual blocks however, the API also supports posting content in Markdown and HTML format, which will be converted automatically.
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