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iftttResult object properties/fields

Is there some documentation that informs on the properties/fields of the iftttResult populated after an IFTTT request/action?

There is a reference to it on the Advanced integrations with IFTTT macros with ConfiForms  page:

but unfortunately this drive you to a dead link on the Atlassian side:

404 Not Found

  • Code: NoSuchKey
  • Message: The specified key does not exist.
  • Key: atlassian-confluence/1001.0.0-SNAPSHOT/com/atlassian/confluence/pages/AbstractPage.html
  • RequestId: WEXV1DR38FH6MD17
  • HostId: ZZ/szKI7yOfJcZsQmYl4IaQZTagS5v5wLb3dKnnCh9BOcEYdckFIAOWkqCcNjfhq9bGbtvvCBRk=

An Error Occurred While Attempting to Retrieve a Custom Error Document

  • Code: NoSuchKey
  • Message: The specified key does not exist.
  • Key: error.html

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Looks like Atlassians have made some rearrangements with documentation

Try, for example something like

Or changing the version number (7.3.3) to match yours 


this is quite a bit of info to get through but i will dive in to see what i can find around the fields returned in/associated with the iftttResult_IDX.

BTW, always much easier to give an IFTTT result a name, and use that to reference it (instead of indexes (IDX))

agreed and actively doing. i was curios as to what other fields existed in the IFTTT result name, e.g., Jira ID, meta data.

@Alex Medved _ConfiForms_ - i feel foolish again; i was searching for "Result Type:" and not "Result type:". Using the right search term (case sensitive) helps substantially :).

as usual, appreciate your patience and guidance to find my answer.

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