How to Get Started with SaaSquatch on Zapier

About SaaSquatch's Integration

What kind of authentication does SaaSquatch use?

SaaSquatch uses OAuth

Do I need a paid SaaSquatch account to use SaaSquatch with Zapier?

You need a paid SaaSquatch plan to use SaaSquatch with Zapier.

Do I need special account permissions in SaaSquatch to use SaaSquatch with Zapier?

No. There aren't any specific SaaSquatch account permissions to connect SaaSquatch to Zapier.

Are there any API token limits in SaaSquatch when I use SaaSquatch with Zapier?

No, there are no token limits when using SaaSquatch with Zapier.

Are there any webhook subscription limits in SaaSquatch when I use SaaSquatch with Zapier?

No, SaaSquatch doesn't have any webhook subscription limits when you use SaaSquatch with Zapier.

Are custom fields in SaaSquatch supported when I use SaaSquatch with Zapier?

Yes, SaaSquatch supports custom fields.

Read more about our custom user fields here:

Does SaaSquatch use real trigger samples from my SaaSquatch account?

No, SaaSquatch does not provide real trigger samples from your SaaSquatch account. Only generic samples are provided.

When testing Zaps, keep in mind that real requests can be made with sample data. SaaSquatch provides customers with both a test tenant and a live tenant. SaaSquatch recommends that customers use the test tenant to test and configure their programs and integrations, and use the live tenant for production.

What kind of SaaSquatch hosted account can I use with Zapier?

SaaSquatch's Zapier integration supports cloud-hosted accounts only.

Connecting with SaaSquatch

When you create a SaaSquatch Zap, you'll be asked to log in to your SaaSquatch account (unless you are already logged in).

Login to SaaSquatch

Finally, you will be asked to give Zapier permission to access your account.

If all steps were successful, your SaaSquatch account will be connected.

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