About AccessAlly's Integration
What kind of authentication does AccessAlly use?
AccessAlly uses API keys.
Do I need a paid AccessAlly account to use AccessAlly with Zapier?
You need a paid AccessAlly plan to use AccessAlly with Zapier.
Do I need special account permissions in AccessAlly to use AccessAlly with Zapier?
There aren't any specific AccessAlly account permissions to connect AccessAlly to Zapier.
Are there any API token limits in AccessAlly when I use AccessAlly with Zapier?
No, there are no token limits when using AccessAlly with Zapier.
Are there any webhook subscription limits in AccessAlly when I use AccessAlly with Zapier?
AccessAlly doesn't have any webhook subscription limits when you use AccessAlly with Zapier.
Are custom fields in AccessAlly supported when I use AccessAlly with Zapier?
No, AccessAlly does not support custom fields.
Does AccessAlly use real trigger samples from my AccessAlly account?
Yes, AccessAlly provides real trigger samples from your AccessAlly account:
- Fields: first name, last name, email address, order form name.
- All are type string.
What kind of AccessAlly hosted account can I use with Zapier?
AccessAlly's Zapier integration supports self-hosted accounts only.
Connecting with AccessAlly
When you create a AccessAlly Zap, you'll be asked to enter your AccessAlly API key.
To locate your API Key in your AccessAlly account, please follow these steps:
- Go to AccessAlly on your Wordpress site.
- Locate the Zapier Integration tab under General Setup in Settings.
- Click Enable Zapier, then click save.
- Copy API key.
Paste your key back into your Zapier account and then “Continue.”
If all steps were successful, your AccessAlly account will be connected.