How to get started with on Zapier

Connect to on Zapier uses API keys to authenticate your account on Zapier.

Required authentication fields

  • API Key.

Optional authentication fields

  • None.

Additional authentication instructions

  1. If you have admin or owner permission for your account, navigate to the API Keys Page under the account dropdown in the top right.
  2. Click Create API Key.
  3. Select a name and a user to tie the key to. The API key works on behalf of the user. This ensures the workspace rules that are set continue to validate property, just like the UI.
  4. Copy your API Key to your clipboard. Do not share this API key with others.

Learn more about authenticating your account in Zapier.

About's app

Are self-hosted or cloud-hosted accounts supported? Cloud-hosted accounts only Users require Admin or Owner permissions to generate a Zapier API key. User must be on a paid plan to connect zapier through the API.
Learn more about's supported accounts.
Is a paid plan required? Yes The free plan does not get access due to the API only being available on the paid plans.
View's plans.
Are any special account permissions required? Yes Users require Admin or Owner permissions to generate a Zapier API key.
Learn more about's account permissions.
Are there usage limits? No  
Are there pagination limits? No  
Do trigger samples use real data from your account or generic data? Real trigger samples Learn more about's trigger samples.
Are custom fields supported? No  
Do update actions overwrite or append to existing data? Not applicable New links, parameters or attribute values through the integration. If a value already exists, it is left as is. If the value is new, it is added to the system.
Is there any additional info? Yes Rules set on a user's API key can dictate what the connections can do, like create certain values or links within the platform. Rules are only available to enterprise plan users.
Find additional info about using in Zapier.
Was this article helpful?
0 out of 0 found this helpful