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I have some doubts regarding Podio comments.
1. Is there a special rate limit for creating comment rather than normal rate limit?
2.Currently we are using limit and offset to fetch comments, is there a way to count the total comments of an object?

Jis Jose

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Hi Jis,

  1. No, there is no "special" rate limit besides the two regular limits. From the docs:
The general limit is 5,000 API calls per hour, but if the API call is marked as "Rate limited" in the API reference the call is deemed resource intensive and a lower rate of 1000 calls per hour is enforced.
  1. You can use https://developers.podio.com/doc/comments/get-comments-on-object-22371 to count comments.

BTW: There is a hard limit on the number of comments you can create. I don't recall what the limit currently is, but maybe someone else does. (In case you figure that out, please post it here for others to find).

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Stefan

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Thanks.
1. I got this error "PodioBadRequestError: "You have reached the limit of 2500 comments." ".
2. This API call does not provide total comment response.

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Hi Jis,

  1. ah, you see: that's the hard limit I mentioned, which I couldn't remember. It's not a rate-limit. What it means is that a single item cannot have more than 2.500 comments. (Whether created via API or the via Webinterface does not matter.)

  2. you need to page through the results count them yourself. I am not aware that the total number of comments can be found anywhere else.

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Stefan

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