Reamaze

Reamaze Help & Support

  • How to Get Started with Reamaze
  • Popular Things To Do With Reamaze
  • Common Problems with Reamaze

How to Get Started with Reamaze

The first thing you'll need to do to get started with hooking up Reamaze with Zapier and the hundreds of services we work with is adding your Reamaze Account to Zapier.

When the time is right, we'll ask you to add your Account:

Next we will ask you to give your new Account a name or label, which is just a handy name for you to recognize within Zapier. It doesn't matter what you name it, but it does matter that you paste into the API key field! You’ll also need you Reamaze subdomain and login information handy.

The photo below shows the Reamaze settings page where you can find the API key:

Just copy the API key into the popup back at Zapier and click the continue button. Zapier will automatically test that your API key is good and you'll be allowed to continue setting up your Zap.

If you typed in your API Key incorrectly, you'll see an error like authorization failed: Not Authorized and we'll show you the error itself:

Popular Things To Do With Reamaze

Create Reamaze conversations from Olark messages

Olark + Reamaze

Try It

Send new Olark transcripts to Reamaze as new conversations

Olark + Reamaze

Post new Reamaze conversations on Twitter

Reamaze + Twitter

Create new Ronin tasks for new conversations on Reamaze

Reamaze + Ronin

Add tags in Hatchbuck from new Reamaze conversations

Reamaze + Hatchbuck

Send Slack messages with new Reamaze conversations

Reamaze + Slack

Common Problems with Reamaze

We don't have any common problems documented yet, but feel free to contact us so we can help you personally!

Connect the Apps You Use Every Day

Get Started with a Free Account

Or
By signing up, you agree to Zapier’s Terms of Service