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Currently, Commit Upload endpoint requires passing a Digest header for the sha1 of the entire file.
Given that the integrity of each file part is already verified, consider making the Digest header in the Commit Upload endpoint optional1 vote
Right now, we can disable published APIs for all users, or enable them - we'd like the ability to restrictively enable.3 votes
We currently do not plan to selectively enable or disable access to the Box API for specific users within an enterprise.
Box View does not conformance with W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, version 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) at conformance levels A and AA - specifically, annotations can only be viewed around mouseover. This is a blocker for us as we work with public universities who have to meet those guidelines.1 vote
Thank you for the feedback. It’s on our backlog and we’ll do our best to get to it as soon as we can.
This is not planned.
We don’t see enough customer demand for this yet, and supporting every additional content type takes a significant amount of engineering time and effort.
Currently images from external sites are not supported.1 vote
As we become more complex with usage of Box, we maintain Sandbox environments and are using it to test Governance Policies, integrations, and more.
Other SaaS providers (e.g., Workday) will push a replication of Configuration Settings (with an option for the customer to not replicate) from the Production to Sandbox environment. This helps keep the two in sync.
It would also be enormously beneficial if the folder structure and dummy users (not content) could be replicated into the sandbox environment for a better sense of how changes will affect Production.8 votes
This is currently on our roadmap, however we appreciate the value of this request and will update this ticket if there are material developments to this end.
Currently the only way to add a version to a file is to download it and upload the new version with the If-Match header.
We are archiving files when a new file version is uploaded to a "main" folder, and to do that we have to download the existing version to our server and then generate a separate request to upload the file.
Ideally, we would be able to combine the requests into one - a COPY (https://box-content.readme.io/reference#copy-a-file) that can overwrite an existing file in the destination folder if the appropriate etag is supplied during the copy request.4 votes
This is not something we will build due to other roadmap commitments.
Alternatively, you could always upload latest version to “backup folder,” delete file from “current version” folder, then copy “backup folder” version to “current version” folder.
This will get you 100% version history in backup folder and avoid the need to download & upload the file a second time.
You should be able to download all thumbnails for the items within a folder.1 vote
Great suggestion – we don’t have any plans to do this anytime soon, however.
The use case is we would like to resend/remind collaborators with invites of status "pending" using the Box CLI. Triggering new email notifications from Box.
Presently we have to list the collaborators pending > csv, delete the collaboration, then collaborate again. A single call would make this much more efficient.0 votes
The Content Explorer element needs at least the option to use actual file thumbnails rather than the generic ones based on file type currently shown. Otherwise browsing large collections of images and videos is severely handicapped. The API appears to have a thumbnail/representation endpoint so hopefully this is not a big ask.
Other things that would really improve Content Explorer for our use case:
- list/grid toggle button
- ability to hide the modified date and owner (useless for our application which is a repository of read-only archived files uploaded by an uploader app)0 votes
I'd like to provide our central identity management team a way to tell whether or not a given Box user has a > 0 byte usage before they delete the user's account (for example, as someone leaves our organization). I'd like to give them read-only API access to https://api.box.com/2.0/users, without giving them any additional access. Support tells me that this isn't currently possible. It'd be nice if it was--this could be useful for a number of other uses, too, such as reporting.0 votes
Create an API Call to allow enterprises to confirm if consumer accounts already exist for emails being queried.0 votes
We don’t offer an API endpoint for these types of queries today, so it’s not possible to add.
When you create a user that already exists, you get a 409 error code returned – user already exists. Is this sufficient?
There is collaboration invite event (COLLABORATION_ACCEPT), but we want to GET rejection invite event as well.0 votes
As a large company, we aim to fully automate the deprovisioning of users using Box Platform.
We would like an option within the Move Owned Items API (https://developer.box.com/v2.0/reference#move-folder-into-another-users-folder) to select a destination location other than 0 (all files).
The goal would be to automate this process and allow folders and files to be moved within an existing folder rather than at the root level.0 votes
Some external clients are blocking *box.com and as a result can't use the app built on Box platform.0 votes
Thank you for the suggestion. We understand your concerns and suggest your client to review our security posture and policies.
We would like to be able to make an API call to retrieve the list of managed domains for or Enterprise. We can only do this from the Admin Console today.0 votes
We do not plan to suppress these updates. However, we will reconsider if we get additional feedback from other users.
Is there any plan to allow developers to give folder access to Web App integrations without having to request a special permission from Box?
In the current process, Developers can enable the context menu for folders to present integration features, but to do so they must contact Box first. "Send a request to Box for pre-approval to build a folder-level integration."
We would like the ability to add folder level integrations via the Developer Console without having to contact Box Support.0 votes
Thanks for the feedback. We don’t have anything meaningful to share at the moment, but will let you know if and when that changes.
With the introduction of the UI Elements, managing CORS domains has been really important for developers who create third party apps that are then used across many domains owned by their customers. This gets unwieldy to manage manually.0 votes
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