On May 22nd, 2019,
files.comments.edit will cease functioning. You won't be able to add or edit file comments.
file.comments.add, in particular, will no longer transmute your comments into message threads.
In consequence, the documentation for these methods will no longer be made available.
files.comments.delete will continue to function. Use them to retrieve and delete historical file comments.
files.comments.get just might be the last place on the internet where it's safe to read the comments. And if it isn't — well you still have
If you're still using
files.comments.add, your business logic will need alteration to support file threads. Our July 2018 changelog details the migration path to replying to file thread parent messages with [
You won't be able to edit vintage file comments with
file.comments.edit. As file comments are no longer created, this limitation effects only your ability to edit historically created comments. If you want to edit threaded messages in reply to a message about a file instead, use
We'll finish retiring these dusty methods on May 22nd, 2019.
Let us know if you have a comment or concern. Thank you!