How to get started with Work Wallet on Zapier

About Work Wallet's Integration

What kind of authentication does Work Wallet use?

Work Wallet uses API keys.

Do I need a paid Work Wallet account to use Work Wallet with Zapier?

You need a Work Wallet license for any modules you want to use with Zapier.

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

You need to be a Work Wallet administrator to generate an API key to connect Work Wallet to Zapier.

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

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

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

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

Are custom fields in Work Wallet supported when I use Work Wallet with Zapier?

No, Work Wallet does not support custom fields.

Does Work Wallet use real trigger samples from my Work Wallet account?

Yes, Work Wallet provides real trigger samples from your Work Wallet account.

What kind of Work Wallet hosted account can I use with Zapier?

Work Wallet's Zapier integration supports both self-hosted and cloud-hosted accounts.

Connecting with Work Wallet

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

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

  1. Login to your Work Wallet Account as a Wallet Administrator.
  2. Click Settings from the bottom left menu.
  3. Select API Keys in the Wallet Subscription section.
  4. Click Create API Key.
  5. Enter a name for your API Key.
  6. Select how long the API key will be valid for.
  7. Select the modules you want to authorize for access.
  8. Click Save API Key.
  9. Copy the API key to your clipboard.

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

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

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