This table has 1 row per task and per org id.

Note: for the purpose of metrics, tasks may be duplicative. Calls and calls tasks will be related, as will Mailings and mailing tasks.

ColumnTypeDefinitionSample Value(s)Sample Use
ACCOUNT_IDVarcharThe associated account ID for the task.Maps to the ACCOUNTS table
ACTIONVarcharThe action type of the task. Can be 'action_item', 'call', 'email', or 'in_person'.'action_item', 'call', 'email', 'in_person'
AUTOSKIP_ATTimestamp_NTZThe UTC datetime for when the task was skipped.
BENTOVarcharA collection of machines that power the Outreach app. Orgs live inside these.This may distinguish orgs that are in different data centers.
CALL_IDVarcharIf a call occurs in regards to a task, it is mapped here.Maps to the CALLS table
COMPLETER_IDVarcharThe user that completed the task.Maps to the USERS table
CREATED_ATTimestamp_NTZThe UTC datetime that the task was completed.
CREATOR_IDVarcharThe ID for whomever created a record in Outreach, or who updated it if records are overwritten when changed. Maps to different tables based on the "creator_type" field.
CREATOR_TYPEVarcharThe object type that created this row.'plugin', 'app', 'user', 'trigger', 'import'This will dictate what table the creator_id maps to.
DML_ATTimestamp_NTZA datetime (local to server) in which the row was last modified. dml_at can be used to identify updated and new records, but as tables may not see changed records every day, it is not authoritative on when the table was last synced. 2019-01-01 12:14:01:10Where dml_at::date >= current_date-7 This will return all rows modified in the last 7 days.
DML_TYPEVarcharThe type of manipulation that last occurred to a row.'update', 'delete', 'insert', 'backfill', 'backfill-delete'Where dml_type <> 'delete' Excludes deleted rows.
DUE_ATTimestamp_NTZThe UTC datetime for when a task is due.
IDVarcharRepresents an individual row of data in a table. Fields in other tables that match to this ID will be called thisTable_id. e.g. ID in the calls table will appear as the call_id in another table.Count(1), count(id), and count(distinct id) are equivalent in a table without joins or groupings for a given bento & o_id.
IS_DELETED_IN_APPBooleanIs the latest dml_type "delete" or "backfill-delete".Where is_deleted_in_app = false Only keeps undeleted rows.
MAILING_IDVarcharIf a mailing is sent, it is mapped here.Maps to the MAILINGS table
NOTEVarcharAny notes associated with the task, either manual or from a sequence step.
OPPORTUNITY_IDVarcharIf a task is associated with an opportunity ID, it will be mapped here.Maps to the OPPORTUNITIES table
OWNER_IDVarcharThe user responsible for the task.Maps to the USERS table
O_IDVarcharOrganization ID, also called instance ID. This is the ID for your unique Outreach account.Most commonly used on joins alongside other primary keys. where a.o_id = b.o_id and a.id = b.a_id
PROSPECT_IDVarcharThe associated prospect ID for the task.Maps to the PROSPECTS table
SCHEDULED_ATTimestamp_NTZThe date and time the pending task is scheduled for.
SEQUENCE_IDVarcharThe associated sequence ID for the task.Maps to the SEQUENCES table
SEQUENCE_STATE_IDVarcharThe associated sequence state ID for the task.Maps to the SEQUENCE_STATES table
SEQUENCE_STEP_IDVarcharThe associated sequence step ID for the task.Maps to the SEQUENCE_STEPS table
STATEVarcharThe current state of the task. 'incomplete' , 'complete', 'skipped'
STATE_CHANGED_ATTimestamp_NTZThe UTC datetime for when the task's state was last changed.
SURROGATE_IDVarcharAn md5 hash of bento, o_id and ID for a table.This can be used to get distinct counts of records if an account has more than 1 org instance. Two orgs will both have a prospect with ID of "1" but each will have a different surrogate ID.
TASK_PRIORITY_IDVarcharMaps to a tasks priority. With increasing integer values reflecting higher urgency.Maps to the TASKS_PRIORITY table
TASK_THEME_IDVarcharMaps to a tasks theme or purpose.Maps to the TASKS_THEME table
TASK_TYPEVarcharThe type of task. Can be 'follow_up', 'manual', 'no_reply', 'sequence_open', 'sequence_click', 'sequence_step_call', 'sequence_step_email', 'sequence_step_linkedin_interact_with_post', 'sequence_step_linkedin_other', 'sequence_step_linkedin_send_connection_request', 'sequence_step_linkedin_send_message', 'sequence_step_linkedin_view_profile', 'sequence_step_sms', 'sequence_step_task', or 'touch'. Tasks created through the API will automatically be 'manual' tasks.'follow_up', 'manual', 'no_reply', 'sequence_open', 'sequence_click', 'sequence_step_call', 'sequence_step_email', 'sequence_step_linkedin_interact_with_post', 'sequence_step_linkedin_other', 'sequence_step_linkedin_send_connection_request', 'sequence_step_linkedin_send_message', 'sequence_step_linkedin_view_profile', 'sequence_step_sms', 'sequence_step_task', 'touch'
TEMPLATE_IDVarcharAny associated templates for mailings to be sent with for this task.Maps to the TEMPLATES table
UPDATED_ATTimestamp_NTZThe UTC datetime for the last time this record was updated.2019-01-01 20:14:01:10Almost equivalent to dml_at (but adjusted for time zones), but doesn't include record creation or deletion.
UPDATER_IDVarcharSame as creator_id above, but refers to who last did the update of the record.