Highrise Help & Support
How to Get Started with Highrise on Zapier
About the Highrise Integration#
- Admin/owner permissions: If there are multiple users in a Highrise account, each user can only see (and trigger) off the records that have permission to view.
- Authentication method: API Key
- Partner’s documentation: https://help.highrisehq.com/integrations/overview/
Connect with Highrise#
The very first thing you'll need to do is connect your Highrise Account to Zapier, which we will require you to do as the normal path to creating your Zap:
To complete the connection, we'll need two pieces of information: your Account and API Key. You can title or label your Account anything you like, it just helps you identify it within Zapier (especially if you connect more than one Highrise Account).
The account is the subdomain of your Highrise account, you'll see it in your browsers address bar when you log into Highrise. The API key is found inside the account settings after logging in.
Now you just input it into your Zapier screen and click continue.
Finally, we will add and test your Highrise Account to ensure that it is properly working within the Zapier ecosystem.
Now you can continue creating your Zap.
Common Problems with Highrise
Keep My Contacts in Sync#
Right now Zapier doesn't have the ability to "merge" data that changes for existing contacts between different apps. For example, when an address changes in Highrise or in a different CRM, Zapier cannot download both records, compare them, merge them, and upload them both back to each app.
For the most part, Zapier just makes it easy to take new records and move them across to another app a single time at creation automatically.
Contact Name Matching#
Many actions like Create Note for Contact, Create Task for Contact, and Create Deal for Contact ask for a contact name to identify the contact to relate the new item to. This should follow a "First Last" pattern, and if the contact is missing we will add them. It is advised to make sure your contacts all follow a standardized pattern for naming, otherwise you may experience duplicate contacts. Conversely, be aware that Highrise search is "fuzzy" meaning that names could be matched with partial text. For exampe, the name "Jo Smit" could match the name "John Smith".
Multiple User Accounts#
If you have multiple users in your Highrise account, they will only see (and trigger) off the records that have permission to view. If you want to make sure all records in your Highrise account are available in Zapier, make sure that you use an API key from an "admin" or "owner" account.
My Zap Does Not Trigger When I Add a New Person or Company#
Zapier polls Highrise for changes. Due to technical limitations, Zapier sees at most 500 items created in the last 24 hours.
If you create more than 500 items over the course of 24 hours, Zapier will not see item 501+. The 24 hours is a rolling window.
Not all tasks are triggering the zap#
The New Task trigger will only work for upcoming tasks (tasks that have not yet been completed, regardless of whether they’re overdue) for the authenticated user. The authenticated user is the person whose account you've connected to Zapier. If you want to trigger off all tasks, you can create a separate zap for each user in Highrise. You can create one zap and then copy it and swap out the connected account in the trigger. To copy the zap, click on the down arrow on the right side of the zap from your dashboard and select "copy".
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