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Loop API call to obtain results based on single param change (from a list)

I am calling the ClickUp API to collect time sheet data from the "time_entries" endpoint. I can call the API for an individual user based on their user ID, this is passed in the URL paramiter.


I have created a list in PowerBI of all my users with their ID's called ClickUpAllUsers.



I've also created a function which I can enter the ClickUpId to as  parameter.


(Assignee as text)=>
Source = Json.Document(Web.Contents("<teamid>/time_entries?include_location_names=true&include_task_tags=true&start_date=1640997106&assignee="&Assignee, [Headers=[Authorization="<authcode>"]]))

 This also works ok manually entering the ID.


I know I need to create a new blank query which loops through the userlist and calls the function to create a set of new lists, but I cannot figure out who to loop through the list of IDs and pass them to the Assignee param.


Can anyone assist?

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Hi, @DamianMcc ;

When you add a custom column (Invoke Custom Function), change the drop down to Column Name and select the app_id column.  Then, the function will pass in the app_id value from each row into the function (into the URL) and perform the query steps you designed earlier.  If you need to pass a bearer token to the URL for each app_id value, if it is the same bearer token for every app_id, you can add an Authorization header to the URL request.

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I may have solved it with the help of exploring related articles.


Is this the best way?




    Source = ClickUpAllUsers,
    AddColumn =
            each FxClickUpTimev2([ClickupId])




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