If you need to figure out how to access the necessary credentials, head here for a detailed walk through.
Let's first select the source from the list of taps in hotglue for this flow.
Go ahead and search for the Zoom source and click the Connect button.
Now that we have selected Zoom as a source, we are going to put in the OAuth Client ID and the OAuth Client Secret. If you don't know where to get these credentials, you can learn where to find them here.
Once you've entered your OAuth credentials, click the Save button.
You will then be asked to connect your own testing Zoom credentials. Go ahead and fill these in and click Save.
And that's it! You have successfully enabled the Zoom integration.
You now have added Zoom as a data source for your flow. Next, you need to configure the mapping for your Zoom data. Click on the field map button to get started.
You can now select the data you want to pull from Zoom. To edit the fields for an object you want to pull, use the corresponding gear icon.
You can now select specific fields identified in each object to map in the Field Editor. Once you have selected which fields you want, you click confirm.
If you want to pull the meetings field, you need to have users selected in the field map.
Once you are done mapping any of the fields you want, you click save, and you have finished configuring your mappings!
The first thing that you need to do to get your Zoom OAuth credentials is to head to the Zoom Marketplace. Make sure that you go ahead and sign into Zoom in the top right hand corner. If you do not have a Zoom account, you will be prompted to create one.
Once you're on the Zoom Marketplace, select the develop dropdown in the top right hand corner.
From the resulting drop down, select Build App.
From here, go ahead and select that you want to create an OAuth app.
On this page, you should go ahead and name your app the name of your company or tool that you will want users to be connecting their Zoom accounts to. It is important that you make your app type Account-level app. For the last toggle, if you want your app to be on the Zoom App Marketplace, leave the toggle on!
Once done, click the Create button.
You will now be on this page. The next thing you need to do is put
as the Redirect URL for OAuth under the development setting.
Then you will need to scroll down the page and input the same link in the Redirect URL for OAuth in Production, as well as the Add allow lists section. Once done, click Continue in the bottom right hand corner of your screen.
Now you should go ahead and fill out all your information here.
Once you fill out all your information, go ahead and click continue.
You will then be on this page which you can skip - click the Continue button.
You are now on the scopes page, and your app configuration here is very important. To add scopes, you need to click the Add Scopes button.
Now is when you are actually selecting the scopes of your app. You need to enable all the scopes listed below:
Once you have finished configuring the app, click the Done button.
Now that you have added your scopes, you have to give descriptions for each scope. This is not a big deal, so you can put whatever you like. Once you are done giving descriptions, click Continue.
You can skip this page by clicking the Continue button. Once you get past this page, you can go ahead and submit your app!
Updated 12 months ago