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New Feature Forms : Possible to populate Data Collection with Insight Rest API filters ?

Hi all, 


Do somebody tried to populate a data collection in new forms feature with Insight Rest Api ? 


Seems to not support '? filters' when we try to connect.


Here my query : = "Supported MacOS Laptops" AND "status" = "offered"

and the result ( in Postman is working very well )  : 

Capture d’écran 2022-01-17 à 14.05.01.png

My query without filter :


Capture d’écran 2022-01-17 à 14.07.45.png

Thanks for your feedbacks and your help.

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Simon Herd Atlassian Team Jan 17, 2022

@d_kirsching in the not too distant future you will be able to add insight fields directly to your forms, but in the meantime it looks like you have discovered a bug in the data connections in ProForma (i'm the product manager for ProForma/Forms).

We have added this bug to our backlog, but there is a workaround if you encode the url yourself e.g."1"
would become
and this appears to work.
You can use a webpage such as to do the conversion yourself.
I hope this information helps.

Hi  @Simon Herd 


I appreciate you're fast answer and I can confirm that the workaround provided is well.


Thanks a lot for your help.

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Hello @d_kirsching and @Simon Herd .

Sorry to resurrect this old thread but just came across it and am wondering if you are able to tell me what I need to authenticate?

I'm trying to do exactly what you are doing but can't seem to get past the authentication step. I've also asked the question here:

forms data connection insight rest authentication (

I'm thinking it's only possible w/ a JWT Token because I've tried both my API token and an Insight Import token.

@Simon Herd : are you able to provide any updates on when the Forms-Insight integration will be enabled? I know roadmap says Q2-Q3.  


Apologies! Worked it out. Basic auth with:

username = my email address

password = my jsm automation api token

Thought that I'd tried this combination but perhaps I was using my base64 encoded token. I am also quite new to this so probably just a noob mistake! 

Also had to use %22 in my iql query as you indicated above. Interestingly, substituting %22 for the quotes is not required in Power Automate. 

Thanks again for posting the above as I suspect I would have probably given up by now if I'd not found your posts.

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