monday.com connector

This connector enables you to handle user provisioning and board management for your monday.com lifecycle management tasks.

Known issues and limitations

API version

The monday.com connector in Okta Workflows supports the latest default version of the monday.com API. See API Versioning.

If you want to use a specific API version, you can add 'API-Version': '<version>' to the headers sent by the Custom API Action card. For example, 'API-Version' : '2023-04'.

Upgrading to a newer version of the monday.com API may result in unexpected behavior when using the action cards in the monday.com connector.

The Custom API Action card doesn’t return an error if you use a deprecated or non-existent API version.

API rate limits

For paid monday.com accounts, the API token has a combined read and write limit of 10 million complexity points per minute. However, some single query operations may have different rate limits. See Rate Limits for details on the monday.com complexity points structure.

After the reaching the limit, action cards throw a rate limit exceeded error. To avoid hitting the limit, avoid making multiple concurrent API calls.

Retry attempts

The monday.com connector retries the API action three times each minute if it receives one of these HTTP status codes:

  • 429 - Too Many Requests

  • 503 - Service Unavailable

  • 504 - Gateway Timeout

However, the retry logic doesn't apply to these HTTP status codes:

  • 400 - Bad Request

  • 404 - Not Found

  • 500 - Internal Server Error

Authorize your monday.com account

When you add a monday.com card to a flow for the first time, Okta Workflows prompts you to create and configure the connection. This connection links to your monday.com account and saves your account information, so you can reuse the connection for future monday.com flows. You don't have to authenticate every time you build a flow with this connector. See Authorization.

monday.com connector action cards

Actions

Description

Add User to Board

Add a user as an owner or subscriber to a board in monday.com.

Archive Board

Archive a board in monday.com.

Create Board

Create a board inside a workspace in monday.com.

Custom API Action

Make a custom, authenticated HTTP call to the monday.com API.

Delete Board

Delete a board in monday.com.

Delete User from Board

Remove a user from a board in monday.com.

List Boards

List all boards from a selected workspace in monday.com.

Read Board

Retrieve the information for a board in monday.com using the board ID.

Read User

Read user information from monday.com using their ID or email address.

Search Users

Search for users in monday.com with a fuzzy search or by a specific user type.