Hubot Get Satisfaction handler script to query topics by company
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Hubot Get Satisfaction

Hubot Get Satisfaction handler script to query topics by company.

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See src/ for full documentation.

This Hubot script supports JSON and Markdown views. which can be set using an environment variable or using adapter-based defaults.


In hubot project repo, run:

npm install hubot-getsatisfaction --save

Then add hubot-getsatisfaction to your external-scripts.json:


You can also add hubot-getsatisfaction to your package.json file and then run npm install.


Variable Required Description
HUBOT_GETSATISFACTION_COMPANY Yes API Company Name URL Slug, e.g. ringcentraldev
HUBOT_GETSATISFACTION_VIEW No Enumerated value [json,markdown]. Use markdown for Glip and json for Slack.



Both keywords getsat and gs are used.

hubot getsat search (topics) (filter) <QUERY> - returns a list of matching topics.
hubot getsat (all) ideas - returns the total count of all ideas.
hubot getsat company - returns the total count of all ideas.
hubot getsat company <COMPANY_NAME> - sets company_name.
hubot getsat help

For more information on using filters, see the next section.

Search Topics

To search topics you can use the following topic filters which must be placed ahead of your query. For example hubot getsat search topics sort:votes style:idea glip.

Filter Values Notes
sort votes, newest, active, replies, unanswered votes is an alias for most_me_toos
style question, problem, praise, idea, update
status none, pending, active, complete, rejected, open, closed open and closed are meta values. open = none or pending or active, closed = complete or rejected

More information on filters is available here:

Example Usage

Create a Hubot instance, add hubot-getsatisfaction to external-scripts.json and start.

The following example uses the hubot-glip adapter.

$ mkdir myhubot
$ cd myhubot
$ yo hubot
$ vi external-scripts.json
./bin/hubot -n hubot -a glip

Hubot Get Satisfaction Demo


Project Repo

Ready-to-Deploy version with Heroku One-Button Deployment


Get Satisfaction API


  1. Fork it ( )
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request


Hubot Get Satisfaction script is available under the MIT license. See for details.

Hubot Get Satisfaction script © 2016 by John Wang

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