Person (deprecated)



This section refers to the person column which has been deprecated. If you are trying to change the column value of a people column, check out the People column.

The person column contains the ID of a single user. This column type has been deprecated.

Reading the person column

You can return the data in a person column in two different formats. The text field will return the data as a simple string, and the value field will return the data as a JSON string.

Here is an example payload showing both fields:

  "text": "Test User",
  "value": "{\"changed_at\":\"2022-07-21T12:00:00.000Z\",\"personsAndTeams\":[{\"id\":31855020,\"kind\":\"person\"}]}"

Updating the person column

You can update a person column with both a simple string or a JSON string.

Simple strings

To update a person column, send the user ID of the user you want to add to the column.

For example: "4616627"


To update a person column with JSON, send an int representing the ID of the user.

For example: "{\"id\":235326}"

Code example

mutation {
  change_multiple_column_values(item_id:11111, board_id:22222, column_values: "{\"person\" : {\"id\" : \"234326\"}}") {
fetch ("", {
  method: 'post',
  headers: {
    'Content-Type': 'application/json',
    'Authorization' : 'YOUR_API_KEY'
  body: JSON.stringify({
    query : "mutation ($myBoardId:Int!, $myItemId:Int!, $myColumnValues:JSON!) { change_multiple_column_values(item_id:$myItemId, board_id:$myBoardId, column_values: $myColumnValues) { id }}",
    variables : JSON.stringify({
      myBoardId: YOUR_BOARD_ID,
      myItemId: YOUR_ITEM_ID,
      myColumnValues: "{\"person\" : {\"id\" : \"235326\"}}"
curl "" \
-H "Content-Type:application/json" \
-H "Authorization:MY_API_KEY" \
-d '{"query":"mutation{change_multiple_column_values(item_id:162169283, board_id:162169280, column_values:\"{\\\"person\\\" : {\\\"id\\\" : \\\"235326\\\"}}\"){name}}"}'


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