LinkedIn to Orbit Workspace Ruby App
Add your LinkedIn interactions into your Orbit workspace with this community-built integration.
✨This is a community project. The Orbit team does its best to maintain it and keep it up to date with any recent API changes.
We welcome community contributions to make sure that it stays current.
First Time Setup
To set up this integration you will need to follow some steps required by LinkedIn. Please follow the First Time Setup guide for step-by-step instructions.
The application requires the following environment variables:
||LinkedIn Token||Follow the First Time Setup guide to obtain the token|
||LinkedIn Organization Page ID||Format:
||API key for Orbit||Found in
||ID for your Orbit workspace||Last part of the Orbit workspace URL, i.e.
To install this integration in a standalone app, add the gem to your
bundle install from your terminal.
You can instantiate a client by either passing in the required credentials during instantiation or by providing them in your
Instantiation with credentials:
client = LinkedinOrbit::Client.new( orbit_api_key: YOUR_API_KEY, orbit_workspace_id: YOUR_ORBIT_WORKSPACE_ID, linkedin_token: YOUR_LINKEDIN_TOKEN, linkedin_organization: YOUR_LINKEDIN_ORGANIZATION_ID )
Instantiation with credentials in dotenv file:
client = LinkedinOrbit::Client.new
Fetching LinkedIn Comments
The API token owner must be an admin on the LinkedIn organization's page in order to fetch comments. Please ask the manager of your LinkedIn page to grant admin status to your account before attempting to fetch comments.
Once, you have an instantiated client, you can fetch LinkedIn comments on your organization's posts and send them to Orbit by invoking the
#comments instance method:
You can also use this package with the included CLI. To use the CLI pass in the required environment variables on the command line before invoking the CLI:
$ ORBIT_API_KEY=... ORBIT_WORKSPACE_ID=... LINKEDIN_TOKEN=... LINKEDIN_ORGANIZATION=... bundle exec linkedin_orbit --check_comments
GitHub Actions Automation Setup
⚡ You can set up this integration in a matter of minutes using our GitHub Actions template. It will run regularly to add new activities to your Orbit workspace. All you need is a GitHub account.
We 💜 contributions from everyone! Check out the Contributing Guidelines for more information.
This is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.
Code of Conduct
This project uses the Contributor Code of Conduct. We ask everyone to please adhere by its guidelines.