How to Get Started with Portal on Zapier

About Portal's Integration

What kind of authentication does Portal use?

Portal uses API keys.

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

Yes, you need to be any of Portal's paid plan to use Portal with Zapier.

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

You need to be a Portal internal admin user to connect Portal to Zapier. Only internal admin users can create an API key.

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

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

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

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

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

Yes, Portal supports custom fields.

Does Portal use real trigger samples from my Portal account?

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

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

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

Connecting with Portal

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

Portal API Key

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

  1. Login into your Portal as an internal admin user.
  2. Click "Settings" from the sidebar.
  3. Choose "API".
  4. Click "Create key" to open the setup dialog
  5. Enter a label and click "Create key"
  6. Copy the generated API key to your clipboard

Paste your key back into your Zapier account and then click Yes, continue.

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

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