Creates and appends new children blocks to the parent
block_id specified. Blocks can be parented by other blocks, pages, or databases.
Returns a paginated list of newly created first level children block objects.
Existing blocks cannot be moved using this endpoint. Blocks are appended to the bottom of the parent block. To append a block in a specific place other than the bottom of the parent block, use the
"after" parameter and set its value to the ID of the block that the new block should be appended after. Once a block is appended as a child, it can't be moved elsewhere via the API.
For blocks that allow children, we allow up to two levels of nesting in a single request.
There is a limit of 100 block children that can be appended by a single API request. Arrays of block children longer than 100 will result in an error.
This endpoint requires an integration to have insert content capabilities. Attempting to call this API without insert content capabilities will return an HTTP response with a 403 status code. For more information on integration capabilities, see the capabilities guide.
Returns a 404 HTTP response if the block specified by
id doesn't exist, or if the integration doesn't have access to the block.
Returns a 400 or 429 HTTP response if the request exceeds the request limits.
Note: Each Public API endpoint can return several possible error codes. To see a full description of each type of error code, see the Error codes section of the Status codes documentation.