Collection

class asyncpraw.models.Collection(reddit: asyncpraw.Reddit, _data: Dict[str, Any] = None, collection_id: Optional[str] = None, permalink: Optional[str] = None)

Class to represent a Collection.

Obtain an instance via:

subreddit = await reddit.subreddit("test")
collection = await subreddit.collections("some_uuid")

or

subreddit = await reddit.subreddit("test")
collection = await subreddit.collections(
    permalink="https://reddit.com/r/test/collection/some_uuid"
)

Typical Attributes

Note

This table describes attributes that typically belong to objects of this class. Async PRAW dynamically provides the attributes that Reddit returns via the API. Since those attributes are subject to change on Reddit’s end, Async PRAW makes no effort to document any new/removed/changed attributes, other than to instruct you on how to discover what is available. As a result, this table of attributes may not be complete. See Determine Available Attributes of an Object for detailed information.

If you would like to add an attribute to this table, feel free to open a pull request.

Attribute

Description

author

The Redditor who created the collection.

collection_id

The UUID of the collection.

created_at_utc

Time the collection was created, represented in Unix Time.

description

The collection description.

display_layout

The collection display layout.

last_update_utc

Time the collection was last updated, represented in Unix Time.

link_ids

A list of Submission fullnames.

permalink

The collection’s permalink (to view on the web).

sorted_links

An iterable listing of the posts in this collection.

title

The title of the collection.

__init__(reddit: asyncpraw.Reddit, _data: Dict[str, Any] = None, collection_id: Optional[str] = None, permalink: Optional[str] = None)

Initialize a Collection instance.

Parameters
for ... in __iter__() Generator[Any, None, None]

Provide a way to iterate over the posts in this Collection.

Example usage:

subreddit = await reddit.subreddit("test")
collection = await subreddit.collections("some_uuid")
for submission in collection:
    print(submission.title, submission.permalink)
__len__() int

Get the number of posts in this Collection.

Example usage:

subreddit = await reddit.subreddit("test")
collection = await subreddit.collections("some_uuid")
print(len(collection))
await follow()

Follow this Collection.

Example usage:

subreddit = await reddit.subreddit("test")
collection = await subreddit.collections("some_uuid")
await collection.follow()

See also

unfollow()

await load()

Re-fetches the object.

This is used to explicitly fetch or re-fetch the object from reddit. This method can be used on any RedditBase object.

await reddit_base_object.load()
mod() asyncpraw.models.reddit.collections.CollectionModeration

Get an instance of CollectionModeration.

Provides access to various methods, including add_post(), delete(), reorder(), and update_title().

Example usage:

subreddit = await reddit.subreddit("test")
collection = await subreddit.collections("some_uuid")
await collection.mod.update_title("My new title!")
classmethod parse(data: Dict[str, Any], reddit: asyncpraw.Reddit) Any

Return an instance of cls from data.

Parameters
  • data – The structured data.

  • reddit – An instance of Reddit.

await subreddit() asyncpraw.models.Subreddit

Get the subreddit that this collection belongs to.

For example:

subreddit = await reddit.subreddit("test")
collection = await subreddit.collections("some_uuid")
print(await collection.subreddit())
await unfollow()

Unfollow this Collection.

Example usage:

subreddit = await reddit.subreddit("test")
collection = await subreddit.collections("some_uuid")
await collection.unfollow()

See also

follow()