List threaded replies of a parent message
Retrieves replies of a specific parent message.
The following table lists the parameters that this action supports.
Specifies the type of the channel. Acceptable values are
Specifies the URL of the target channel.
Specifies the unique ID of the parent message to retrieve messages. The parent message and their direct replies are retrieved only when both
Specifies the timestamp to be the reference point of the query in Unix milliseconds format.
(Deprecated) Determines whether to include replies as messages in the results. If set to
Specifies the type of message to include in the results.
Determines whether to include the information of the parent messages in the result. (Default:
Determines whether to include the thread information in the response. (Default:
Specifies the number of previously sent messages to retrieve before the specified message timestamp. This parameter works in conjunction with the
Specifies the number of sent messages to retrieve after the specified message timestamp. This parameter works in conjunction with the
Determines whether to include the messages sent exactly on the specified
Determines whether to sort the results in reverse chronological order. If set to
Restricts the search scope to only retrieve messages that are sent by a specified user.
Restricts the search scope to only retrieve messages sent by one or more users with the specified IDs listed in a comma-separated string.
Restricts the search scope to only retrieve messages sent by operators or non-operator members of the channel. Acceptable values are
Specifies a message type to retrieve. Acceptable values are
Specifies the custom type of messages to retrieve. If not specified, all messages are retrieved.
Determines whether to include removed messages from a channel in the results. (Default:
Determines whether to include reactions added to messages in a channel in the results. (Default:
Determines whether to include the
(Deprecated) Determines whether to include the text of parent messages as the
message_ts are specified and the request is successful, this action returns a list of message resources containing a parent message and its replies in the response body.
In the case of an error, an error object is returned. A detailed list of error codes is available here.