Create terms of service

post
https://api.box.com/2.0
/terms_of_services

Creates a terms of service for a given enterprise and type of user.

Request

bearer [ACCESS_TOKEN]
application/json

Request Body

stringin bodyrequired
"enabled"

Whether this terms of service is active.

Value is one of enabled,disabled

stringin bodyrequired
"By collaborating on this file you are accepting..."

The terms of service text to display to users.

The text can be set to empty if the status is set to disabled.

stringin bodyoptional
"managed"

The type of user to set the terms of service for.

Value is one of external,managed

Response

application/jsonTerms of service

Returns a new task object

application/jsonClient error

An unexpected client error.

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Create terms of service
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Request Example

cURL
curl -i -X POST "https://api.box.com/2.0/terms_of_services" \
     -H "authorization: Bearer <ACCESS_TOKEN>" \
     -H "content-type: application/json" \
     -d '{
       "status": "enabled",
       "text": "By collaborating on this file you are accepting..."
     }'
.NET
var tosParams = new CreateTermsOfServicesAsync()
{
    Status = "enabled"
    TosType = "external",
    Text = "By using this service, you agree to ..."
};
BoxTermsOfService tos = await client.TermsOfServiceManager.CreateTermsOfServicesAsync(tosParams);
Java
BoxTermsOfService.Info newTOS = BoxTermsOfService.create(
    api,
    BoxTermsOfService.TermsOfServiceStatus.ENABLED,
    BoxTermsOfService.TermsOfServiceType.EXTERNAL,
    "Terms of Service..."
);
Python
from boxsdk.object.terms_of_service import TermsOfServiceType, TermsOfServiceStatus
terms_of_service = client.create_terms_of_service(TermsOfServiceStatus.ENABLED,TermsOfServiceType.MANAGED, 'Example Text')
print(f'Terms of Service status is {terms_of_service.status} and the message is {terms_of_service.text}')
Node
client.termsOfService.create('managed', 'enabled', 'By using this service, you agree to ...')
	.then(tos => {
		/* tos -> {
			type: 'terms_of_service',
			id: '12345',
			status: 'enabled',
			enterprise: { type: 'enterprise', id: '55555' },
			tos_type: 'managed',
			text: 'By using this service, you agree to ...',
			created_at: '2018-04-19T13:55:09-07:00',
			modified_at: '2018-04-19T13:55:09-07:00' }
		*/
	});
iOS
client.termsOfService.create(
    status: .enabled,
    tosType: .managed,
    text: "Test Terms of Service"
) { (result: Result<TermsOfService, BoxSDKError>) in
    guard case let .success(termsOfService) = result else {
        print("Error creating terms of service")
        return
    }
    print("Terms of Service with id: \(termsOfService.id) was created")
}
TypeScript (Beta)
await client.termsOfServices.createTermsOfService({
  status: 'disabled' as CreateTermsOfServiceRequestBodyStatusField,
  tosType: 'managed' as CreateTermsOfServiceRequestBodyTosTypeField,
  text: 'Test TOS',
} satisfies CreateTermsOfServiceRequestBody);
Python (Beta)
client.terms_of_services.create_terms_of_service(status=CreateTermsOfServiceStatus.DISABLED.value, tos_type=CreateTermsOfServiceTosType.MANAGED.value, text='Test TOS')
.NET (Beta)
await client.TermsOfServices.CreateTermsOfServiceAsync(requestBody: new CreateTermsOfServiceRequestBody(status: CreateTermsOfServiceRequestBodyStatusField.Disabled, tosType: CreateTermsOfServiceRequestBodyTosTypeField.Managed, text: "Test TOS")).ConfigureAwait(false)

Response Example

{
  "id": "11446498",
  "type": "terms_of_service",
  "created_at": "2012-12-12T10:53:43-08:00",
  "enterprise": {
    "id": "11446498",
    "type": "enterprise",
    "name": "Acme Inc."
  },
  "modified_at": "2012-12-12T10:53:43-08:00",
  "status": "enabled",
  "text": "By using this service, you agree to ...",
  "tos_type": "managed"
}