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Trigger when new company created.
Trigger when new contact created.
Trigger when a contact added to the specified list.
Trigger when new deal created.
Triggered every time a new form submission occurs.
Trigger when new product created.
Trigger when new task crreated.
Trigger when new ticket created.
Trigger when any company updated.
Trigger when any contact updated.
Trigger when any deal updated
Trigger when any task updated.
Triggered when a new commit is created. Select your organization, repo and branch.
Triggered when a new notification is created.
Adds a contact to a form in your account.
Adds a contact to a sequence.
Adds a new tag to a contact. A tag is a label for the identification of a contact.
Creates a new contact.
Creates a new deal.
Updates the contact based on the email address. Creates a new contact if one is not found.
Remove tag from a contact. A tag is a label for the identification of a contact.
Create a new issue.
Create a new pull request and merge it (optional).
Update an existing issue.
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We will integrate EngageBay and GitHub so that we can create data flow from EngageBay to GitHub. The fplowing is a screenshot of how it looks like:
The data flow will be set up in the fplowing steps:
Description - Enter "GitHub Integration"
Access - Select Access public repositories only
Permission - Select Owner access & read & write & push permissions
Once you have done that, click on Save to finish creating this token in EngageBay. Next, we will configure our integration app’s live connection in GitHub to use our newly created token in EngageBay by going into Settings in GitHub and clicking on Authorized OAuth Apps in the sidebar menu on the left-hand side of your screen:
Click on Register new application and fill out all fields like this:
Description - Enter "EngageBay Connection"
Homepage URL - Enter http://engagebayapp.com/developers/github-integration-app
Authorization callback URL - Enter http://engagebayapp.com/oauth_callback_url
Click Register application when you are finished filling out all fields and scrpling down to the bottom of the page. The last step is to redirect your user after they authorize your app in EngageBay by going back into Settings in your GitHub app and clicking on Redirect URLs in the sidebar menu on the left-hand side of your screen:
Add a new redirect URL with these settings:
Redirect URL - http://engagebayapp.com/oauth_callback_url
Now we can test our integration app by logging into our developer dashboard in EngageBay and selecting Connections in our app bar. Under Integrations, select GitHub Integration App under Integrations Available for Testing:
After clicking Test Connection, you will be directed to GitHub where you will need to authorize your integration app so it can access your repositories:
Once you have authorized our integration app, you will then be directed back into EngageBay where you will be taken to your live connection between EngageBay and GitHub! At this point, you should see all of your repositories under 'Repositories'. If you don't see anything there yet, you can head back over to GitHub and create some repositories to make sure everything is working correctly! Now we are ready to begin setting up data flow!
After you click +New Data Flow , you will be directed into Data Flow Designer where you can begin creating your data flow! We will begin by adding instructions for creating an HTTP Trigger under Triggers . We will then create instructions for creating an HTTP Action under Actions . For Actions , we will create instructions for creating an Object Write . For Object Writes , we will create instructions for writing data to Files . For Files , we will create instructions for creating a File Writer . Finally, we will create instructions for exporting data from Files . Here is what our Data Flow should look like when we are finished with it:
I have highlighted each step in orange so that you know what each one does! When testing out your data flow, try adding additional instructions wherever necessary until it matches what mine currently looks like! It may take you some time to get it just right! I am always available if you need any help with this! Just message me through LinkedIn or email me at [email protected] ! When you are finished with your data flow, be sure to save it before moving onto the next step!
Once you click TEST CONNECTION , you will be directed into Test Connection under Data Flows . You should see something like this once you are there:
You will notice that there are two options within Test Connection under Data Flows . Production and Sandbox . Since we want to test it out first before making this live, we will choose Sandbox . This way we can make changes as needed before making it live! If everything goes according to plan during testing, we can go ahead and make it live by switching it over to Production! Let's test out our data flow first though! Click RUN FLOW . It should look like this once we do:
From here, we can click on See Results under Data Flows once again:
Next, click Yes , I'm Sure! Make This Live!:
Now that we have
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