How to Get Started with mProfi on Zapier

About mProfi's Integration

What kind of authentication does mProfi use?

mProfi uses API Keys.

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

Yes, you need a paid mProfi plan to use mProfi with Zapier.

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

The account must have an active status and the public API service turned on. You can activate your account by contacting us via the form available at:

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

Yes, there are token limits when using mProfi with Zapier.

There are separate tokens for sending and fetching incoming messages.

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

mProfi doesn't have any webhook subscription limits when you use mProfi with Zapier.

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

No, mProfi does not support custom fields.

Does mProfi use real trigger samples from my mProfi account?

Yes, mProfi provides real trigger samples from your mProfi account.

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

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

Connecting with mProfi

When you create a mProfi Zap, you'll be asked to enter your mProfi API key.

mProfi API Key

To locate your API Key in your mProfi account, please follow these steps:

Remember, after creating an account, it has a test status. Contact us using the form to change the status of your test account to active.

  1. Log into your app account.
  2. Click "Settings" from the Top Menu.
  3. Choose "API".
  4. Click "Create a new token".
  5. Set your token name
  6. Assign user
  7. Set a sending channel
  8. Set checking status to "pull"
  9. Click save
  10. Activate you token (by clicking the button in the "Active" column)
  11. Copy the generate API token to your clipboard

Paste your key back into your Zapier account and then “Continue.”

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

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