Teamwork Desk is a Teamwork integrated help desk tool for customer communication.
Data integration: Skyvia supports importing data to and from Teamwork Desk, exporting Teamwork Desk data to CSV files, replicating Teamwork Desk data to relational databases, and synchronizing Teamwork Desk data with other cloud apps and relational databases.
Backup: Skyvia Backup does not support Teamwork Desk.
Query: Skyvia Query supports Teamwork Desk.
To create a connection to Teamwork Desk, you need to log in to your Teamwork Desk account.
To connect to Teamwork Desk, perform the following steps:
Click Sign In with Teamwork Desk in the Connection Editor.
Enter your credentials and click Log in.
Additional Connection Parameters
Use Custom Fields
Select this checkbox to make Teamwork Desk custom fields available in Skyvia.
When you import data to the Tickets object, you must map either CustomerId or CustomerEmail. Otherwise, Teamwork Desk API returns an error: “detail”: “must be set”, “source”: “customer”.
Teamwork Desk supports creating scheduled tickets (ticket message is sent at a specified time in the future, not immediately). For that, map the nested fields of the ScheduledEmail object (ScheduledEmail_TimeZoneId, ScheduledEmail_SendAt and ScheduledEmail_StatusId) together with the required ticket fields. A newly created record appears in the Tickets object after the scheduled email is sent.
To successfully insert records to the Customers object, map the Contacts array field that must contain at least one contact with email. An example of the valid Contacts field value is the following:
The TicketId, UserId, and TimelogsId are the foreign keys.
Teamwork Desk API allows inserting any values to these fields.
Inserting incorrect values to the TicketId, UserId and TimelogsId may cause invalid object relations.
CreatedById, UpdatedById, DeletedById Fields
The fields CreatedById, UpdatedById, and DeletedById are not used as foreign keys for object relations. In some objects, these fields store system information and display values which don’t exist in the Users object, which may lead to errors in the Replication.
Skyvia supports custom fields for the Tickets object. Custom fields following types:
|Teamwork Desk Data Type
Teamwork Desk allows users to have multiple Inboxes for a single account. The set of custom fields may vary for tickets from different Inboxes.
When querying data from the Tickets object, you get all the existing ticket records from all Inboxes and all the existing custom fields. Each Tickets record in the query result belongs to some Inbox and displays the custom field values corresponding to this Inbox. All other custom fields which don’t belong to this Inbox return empty results.
Custom field values support Insert and Update operations.
Incremental Replication and Synchronization
Skyvia supports Replication with Incremental Updates for all the objects EXCEPT TicketTags, TicketTasks.
Skyvia supports Synchronization for the Companies, Customers, CustomFields, HelpdocArticles, HelpdocArticlesKeywords, HelpdocsCategories, HelpdocsSites, Inboxes, Tags, TicketPriorities, Tickets, TicketSources, TicketStatues, TicketTypes, and Timelogs objects.
DML Operations Support
|INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE
|Companies, CustomFields, Customers, HelpdocArticles, HelpdocArticlesKeywords, HelpdocCategories, HelpdocSites, Inboxes, Tickets, Tags, TicketPriorities, TicketSources, TicketStatuses, TicketTypes, Timelogs
Skyvia represents part of the supported Teamwork Desk features as stored procedures. You can call a stored procedure, for example, as a text of the command in the ExecuteCommand action in a Target component of a Data Flow or in Query.
Use the following command to reply to a ticket.
call ReplyToTicket(:ticketId, :threadType, :message)
|The identifier of the ticket you reply to
|Valid values are Note, Message, Forward
|The text of the reply to a ticket
Skyvia supports all the common actions for Teamwork Desk.