The wonderful thing about triggers is that trigger_ids are wonderful things.
They're attached to events and interactions.
They expire in three seconds.
They're fun fun fun fun fun!
But the most wonderful thing about triggers is
they can be used only once.
When certain events and interactions occur between users and your app, you'll receive a
trigger_id as part of the payload.
Triggers expire in three seconds. Use it before you lose it. You'll receive a
trigger_expired error when using a method with an expired
Triggers may only be used once. You may perform just one operation with a
trigger_id. Subsequent attempts are presented with a
trigger_id values in:
You'll even find an occasional trigger in Events API events associated with the Permissions API, but these aren't triggers you can use, they reference triggers you already used in a previous
You can use
trigger_id parameters with:
The most wonderful thing about triggers actually is what they'll help people accomplish with your app.
Keep users moving toward their goals by sequencing your permission requests in tandem with dialogs, buttons, and other interactions.
trigger_idto open a dialog to collect more information.
trigger_idto ask for the user's permission for