Out of the box, Workplace is a powerful tool for people to communicate and collaborate with each other. By building custom integration apps, you can make it into a tool for communication with other tools and systems crucial to your productivity.
This document describes the app and permission model for Workplace, and introduces Graph API, the core technology underpinning custom integrations.
Learn about creating custom integration apps and controlling the level of API access each app can use, via permissions.Apps & Permissions
Learn about the concepts of the Graph API, the technology that underpins all custom integrations.Graph API Overview
The fundamentals of Graph API for Workplace, with detailed reference documentation on each of the Graph API endpoints available.Graph API Reference
Complete self-contained examples that illustrate Graph API use cases in a variety of programming languages.Example Use Cases
On January 13th 2017, all tokens for managing apps will be expired. In order to ensure continuity of services that rely on Workplace APIs, you'll need to replace your token with a new app token.Migration Guide