# Models

A question mark (?) next to the key name means the key is optional - it may be omitted in API responses. A question mark next to the key type means the key is nullable - API responses may return null for that key, instead of the specified type.

In PATCH endpoints, all keys are optional. However, you must provide at least one valid key to update; please use a GET request if you want to query the existing information.
Sending a PATCH request with an empty JSON object, or with a JSON object that contains no valid keys for the target entity, will result in a 400 bad request error.

Privacy objects (privacy key in models) contain values "private" or "public". Patching a privacy value to null will set to public. If you do not have access to view the privacy object of the member, the value of the privacy key will be null, rather than the values of individual privacy keys.

# Notes on IDs

Every PluralKit entity has two IDs: a short (5-character) ID and a longer UUID. The short ID is unique across the resource (a member can have the same short ID as a system, for example), while the UUID is consistent for the lifetime of the entity and globally unique across the bot.

# System model

key type notes
id string
uuid string
name ?string 100-character limit
description ?string 1000-character limit
tag ?string
pronouns ?string 100-character limit
avatar_url ?string 256-character limit, must be a publicly-accessible URL
banner ?string 256-character limit, must be a publicly-accessible URL
color ?string 6-character hex code, no # at the beginning
created ?datetime
privacy ?system privacy object
  • System privacy keys: description_privacy, pronoun_privacy, member_list_privacy, group_list_privacy, front_privacy, front_history_privacy

# Member model

key type notes
id string
uuid string
name string 100-character limit
display_name ?string 100-character limit
color ?string 6-character hex code, no # at the beginning
birthday ?string YYYY-MM-DD format, 0004 hides the year
pronouns ?string 100-character-limit
avatar_url ?string 256-character limit, must be a publicly-accessible URL
banner ?string 256-character limit, must be a publicly-accessible URL
description ?string 1000-character limit
created ?datetime
proxy_tags array of ProxyTag objects
keep_proxy boolean
privacy ?member privacy object
  • Member privacy keys: visibility, name_privacy, description_privacy, birthday_privacy, pronoun_privacy, avatar_privacy, metadata_privacy

# ProxyTag object

Key Type
prefix ?string
suffix ?string
  • Note: prefix + "text" + suffix must be shorter than 100 characters in total.

# Group model

key type notes
id string
uuid string
name string 100-character limit
display_name ?string 100-character limit
description ?string 1000-character limit
icon ?string 256-character limit, must be a publicly-accessible URL
banner ?string 256-character limit, must be a publicly-accessible URL
color ?string 6-character hex code, no # at the beginning
privacy ?group privacy object
  • Group privacy keys: name_privacy, description_privacy, icon_privacy, list_privacy, metadata_privacy, visibility

# Switch model

key type notes
id uuid
timestamp datetime
members list of id/Member Is sometimes in plain ID list form (eg. GET /systems/:id/switches), sometimes includes the full Member model (eg. GET /systems/:id/fronters).

# Message model

key type notes
timestamp datetime
id snowflake The ID of the message sent by the webhook. Encoded as string for precision reasons.
original snowflake The ID of the (now-deleted) message that triggered the proxy. Encoded as string for precision reasons.
sender snowflake The user ID of the account that triggered the proxy. Encoded as string for precision reasons.
channel snowflake The ID of the channel the message was sent in. Encoded as string for precision reasons.
guild snowflake The ID of the server the message was sent in. Encoded as string for precision reasons.
system? full System object The system that proxied the message. Null if the member associated with this message was deleted.
member? full Member object The member that proxied the message. Null if the member associated with this message was deleted.

# System settings model

key type notes
timezone string defaults to UTC
pings_enabled boolean
latch_timeout int?
member_default_private* boolean whether members created through the bot have privacy settings set to private by default
group_default_private* boolean whether groups created through the bot have privacy settings set to private by default
show_private_info boolean whether the bot shows the system's own private information without a -private flag
member_limit int read-only, defaults to 1000
group_limit int read-only, defaults to 250

* this does not affect members/groups created through the API - please specify privacy keys in the JSON payload instead

# System guild settings model

key type notes
?guild_id snowflake only sent if the guild ID isn't already known (in dispatch payloads)
proxying_enabled boolean
tag ?string 79-character limit
tag_enabled boolean

# Autoproxy settings model

key type notes
autoproxy_mode autoproxy mode
autoproxy_member ?member id must be null if autoproxy_mode is set to front
last_latch_timestamp ?datetime read-only

# Autoproxy mode enum

key description
off autoproxy is disabled
front autoproxy is set to the first member in the current fronters list, or disabled if the current switch contains no members
latch autoproxy is set to the last member who sent a proxied message in the server
member autoproxy is set to a specific member (see autoproxy_member key)

# Member guild settings model

key type notes
guild_id snowflake only sent if the guild ID isn't already known (in dispatch payloads)
display_name ?string 100-character limit
avatar_url ?string 256-character limit, must be a publicly-accessible URL