How to Get Started with Service Objects on Zapier

About Service Objects's Integration

What kind of authentication does Service Objects use?

Service Objects uses Basic Authentication.

Do I need a paid Service Objects account to use Service Objects with Zapier?

You need a paid Service Objects plan to use Service Objects with Zapier.

Our minimum plan starts at $2400/year. Our Data Quality Specialists can assist in creating a custom plan that suits your business’ specific needs.

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

No, there aren't any specific Service Objects account permissions to connect Service Objects to Zapier.

Trial customers will only be able to hit our trial endpoints with a trial license key. Additionally, production customers will only be able to hit our production endpoints with production license keys.

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

Yes, there are token limits when using Service Objects with Zapier.

API usage limits are defined by the plan a client is subscribed to.

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

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

Are custom fields in Service Objects supported when I use Service Objects with Zapier?

No, Service Objects does not support custom fields.

Does Service Objects use real trigger samples from my Service Objects account?

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

What kind of Service Objects hosted account can I use with Zapier?

Service Objects's Zapier integration supports cloud-hosted accounts only.

Connecting with Service Objects

When you create a Service Objects Zap, you'll be asked to log in to your Service Objects account.

Enter your Service Objects username and password to connect your Service Objects account.

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

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