Sales Enablement Document for APIs at HandsHQ
Sales enablement document at HandsHQ
Our customers use a lot of other software for their day-to-day activities and in order to make their job a bit easier and less manual, they might want to connect HandsHQ to something like Microsoft Sharepoint. For this, they will have to use an API (in order to get these two applications to talk to each other and transfer information).
How to set up an API integration with HandsHQ
- The easiest way to set up the integration is using Zapier which is a user-friendly no-code way for users to set up integrations between their software (they support more than 5000 apps and HHQ is one of them: https://zapier.com/explore). Zapier is a freemium product so anyone can use it for free.
In order for our customers to use HandsHQ through Zapier, please share this link with them - this will allow them to add HandsHQ app to their Zapier account [link]
- Another way to set up the integration is via Microsoft PowerAutomate https://powerautomate.microsoft.com/en-gb/ but this will require more advanced technical knowledge. To integrate HandsHQ with Microsoft products, they’ll need to use this method. Here is a short guide on how to help customers set it up [link]
- Finally, the most advanced way to set up the integration is using our Rest API (for this our customers will need to have their own developer/dev team or hire a consultant). They will need to refer to our technical documentation: [link]