Orkut Application Platform

CommunityMembers

Lets you view and manage the collection of members a community has.

Methods

delete
Makes the user leave a community.
get
Retrieves the relationship between a user and a community.
insert
Makes the user join a community.
list
Lists members of a community. Use the pagination tokens to retrieve the full list; do not rely on the member count available in the community profile information to know when to stop iterating, as that count may be approximate.

Resource Representations

A set of information saying what a user can or can't do after joining or leaving a community.

{
  "kind": "orkut#communityMembers",
  "person": {
    "id": string,
    "name": {
      "familyName": string,
      "givenName": string
    },
    "birthday": string,
    "gender": string,
    "url": string,
    "image": {
      "url": string
    }
  },
  "communityMembershipStatus": communityMembershipStatus Resource
}
Property Name Value Description Notes
kind string Kind of this item. Always orkut#communityMembers.
person nested object Description of the community member.
person.id string The person's opensocial ID.
person.name object An object that encapsulates the individual components of a person's name.
person.name.familyName string The family name (last name) of this person.
person.name.givenName string The given name (first name) of this person.
person.birthday string The person's date of birth, represented as YYYY-MM-DD.
person.gender string The person's gender. Values include "male", "female", and "other".
person.url string The person's profile url. This is adapted from Google+ and was originaly introduced as extra OpenSocial convenience fields.
person.image object The person's profile photo. This is adapted from Google+ and was originaly introduced as extra OpenSocial convenience fields.
person.image.url string The URL of the person's profile photo.
communityMembershipStatus nested object Status and permissions of the user related to the community.

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