How to get started with Compositor on Zapier

Connect to Compositor on Zapier

Compositor uses API keys to authenticate your account on Zapier.

Required authentication fields

  • API key.

Optional authentication fields

  • None

Additional authentication instructions

  1. Log in to your Compositor account.
  2. Click API keys from the sidebar menu.
  3. Click Create a Key.
  4. Enter a label for the new key and click Create.
  5. Copy the API key to your clipboard by clicking on the generated key.

Learn more about authenticating your Compositor account in Zapier.

About Compositor's app

Are self-hosted or cloud-hosted accounts supported? Cloud-hosted accounts only  
Is a paid Compositor plan required? Yes All Compositor plans (except trial) include API Access. If the user cancels the subscription, he will be back on trial and get an error message "API key is not active."
View Compositor's plans.
Are any special account permissions required? No  
Are there usage limits? Yes

The rate limit is 80 requests per minute.

Users who send too many requests in quick succession may see the following error response: HTTP status code 429. You can retry requests when your quota resets. 

Are there pagination limits? No  
Do trigger samples use real data from your account or generic data? Real trigger samples  
Are custom fields supported? No  
Do update actions overwrite or append to existing data? Not applicable  
Is there any additional info? No  
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