so I am currently trying to get a list of all the tasks for respective assignees to see whether their tasks have been completed yet or not.
I know the url request to make to the API is as follows: “https://app.asana.com/api/1.0/tasks?assignee=XXXXXXXXXXXXX&workspace=XXXXXXXXXX&opt_pretty&opt_fields=name,completed_at”.
However, I am trying to code this in java by running:
List tasks = client.tasks.findAll().execute();
Which of course returns “Invalid Request (You should specify one of workspace, project, tag, section, user_task_list)”
I have seen in the Asana docs that the way you would do this in php is to specify the parameters within findAll(assigneeID, workspaceID). Is there a similar method in java that I could utilise to obtain the same results?