About Flowdash's Integration
What kind of authentication does Flowdash use?
Flowdash uses API keys.
Do I need a paid Flowdash account to use Flowdash with Zapier?
You don't need a specific Flowdash plan to use Flowdash with Zapier.
Do I need special account permissions in Flowdash to use Flowdash with Zapier?
There aren't any specific Flowdash account permissions to connect Flowdash to Zapier.
Are there any API token limits in Flowdash when I use Flowdash with Zapier?
No, there are no token limits when using Flowdash with Zapier.
Are there any webhook subscription limits in Flowdash when I use Flowdash with Zapier?
Flowdash doesn't have any webhook subscription limits when you use Flowdash with Zapier.
Are custom fields in Flowdash supported when I use Flowdash with Zapier?
Yes, Flowdash supports custom fields. When a Flowdash workflow is selected in Zapier, Flowdash fields that are marked as editable are accessible to map in Zapier. Any field that is required in Flowdash will be required in Zapier.
Does Flowdash use real trigger samples from my Flowdash account?
Yes, Flowdash provides real trigger samples from your Flowdash account.
What kind of Flowdash hosted account can I use with Zapier?
Flowdash's Zapier integration supports both cloud-hosted and self-hosted accounts. For self-hosted accounts, enter your fully qualified domain in the optional field for custom domain in the authentication modal.
Connecting with Flowdash
When you create a Flowdash Zap, you'll be asked to enter your Flowdash API key.
To locate your API Key in your Flowdash account, please follow these steps:
- Log into your Flowdash account.
- Click on the workflow you'd like to create tasks in from your dashboard.
- Click the Data tab.
- Click API.
- In the API Keys section, select one and copy the value to your clipboard.
Paste your key back into your Zapier account and then “Continue.”
If all steps were successful, your Flowdash account will be connected.