API Reference


  • Schedules represent an on-call calendar. A schedule has many Events.
  • Schedules are independent objects. The Team object is responsible for assigning itself a primary schedule and an Escalation Policy.

The Schedule Object

namestringThe name of the schedule

Create a Schedule

POST https://api.pagertree.com/api/v4/schedules

Allowed Parameters

def schedule_params

Required Parameters

  • name

Retrieve a Schedule

GET https://api.pagertree.com/api/v4/schedules/:id

Update a Schedule

PUT https://api.pagertree.com/api/v4/schedules/:id

Delete a Schedule

DELETE https://api.pagertree.com/api/v4/schedules/:id

List all Schedules

GET https://api.pagertree.com/api/v4/schedules

Flush a Schedule

Removes all events from the schedule.

DELETE https://api.pagertree.com/api/v4/schedule/:id/flush

Current On-Call

Returns on-call event attendees for now. (Handles repeating events and rotations)

GET https://api.pagertree.com/api/v4/schedule/:id/current_oncall

Window Events

Return on-call event attendees for a specified time frame. (Handles repeating events and rotations)

Query ParameterDescription
startUTC string of start time to consider (ex: 2022-10-12 07:00:00)
endUTC string of end time to consider (ex: 2022-10-12 07:00:00)
GET https://api.pagertree.com/api/v4/schedule/:id/window_events?start=2022-10-12 07:00:00&end=2022-10-13 07:00:00


Return Events that are assigned to this schedule. (Does not handle repeating events and rotations. Unprocessed representation of events.)

GET https://api.pagertree.com/api/v4/schedules/:id/events

# example with parameters and operators
GET  https://api.pagertree.com/api/v4/schedules/:id/events?ops=start_datetime:gte,end_datetime:lte&start_datetime=2022-10-12 07:00:00&end_datetime=2022-10-13 07:00:00