Your cloud queue has two strings,
queueVersion, to signal changes in the cloud data. Each time the list of tracks, metadata, or skip enforcement data changes, you must change one of these version identifiers. The Sonos player is responsible for periodically polling this value to detect changes in the cloud queue track list, context metadata, or skip limits.
The request contains the access token in the authorization header and the parameters in the table below (this has been deprecated in v2.0).
||boolean||(Optional, v1.0 only) A boolean value indicating whether your cloud queue server should update the access token or not. This allows the player to disable access token refreshing when the user is not actively using the cloud queue.|
||string||Added in v2.0. Indicates the change state of the cloud queue context such as metadata and playback policies. When the context changes for your cloud queue server, you should also change this string. The player remembers this string so that it can detect changes when calling the cloud queue later.
The player will call
||string||Indicates the change state of the contents in the cloud queue, such as the order of tracks. When the contents change for your cloud queue server, you should also change this string. The player remembers this string so that it can detect changes when calling the cloud queue later.|
If the access token is set to expire soon, you should include an updated token in the X-Updated-Authorization header. See Play audio for details.