What kind of authentication does timetoreply use?
timetoreply uses OAuth.
Do I need a paid timetoreply account to use timetoreply with Zapier?
You need a paid timetoreply plan to use timetoreply with Zapier.
Users can trial timetoreply for free for 15 days. Thereafter, they will need to pay for an account. Starting at $12 per user per month on annual: https://timetoreply.com/pricing/
Do I need special account permissions in timetoreply to use timetoreply with Zapier?
No. There aren't any specific timetoreply account permissions to connect timetoreply to Zapier.
Additionally, timetoreply's integration respects the same access that user roles have.
Administrators of accounts can see all data and control all settings
The manager can see all data and reports but not billing settings
Restricted manager can only see the reports and data that an administrator assigns to them and no settings or billing info
Agent user can only see their own data and nothing else
Are there any API token limits in timetoreply when I use timetoreply with Zapier?
No. There are no token limits when using timetoreply with Zapier.
Are there any webhook subscription limits in timetoreply when I use timetoreply with Zapier?
No, timetoreply doesn't have any webhook subscription limits when you use timetoreply with Zapier.
Are custom fields in timetoreply supported when I use timetoreply with Zapier?
No, timetoreply does not support custom fields.
Does timetoreply use real trigger samples from my timetoreply account?
Yes, timetoreply provides real trigger samples from your timetoreply account.
What kind of timetoreply hosted account can I use with Zapier?
timetoreply's Zapier integration supports cloud-hosted accounts only.
When you create a timetoreply Zap, you'll be asked to log in to your timetoreply account (unless you are already logged in).
Finally, you will be asked to give Zapier permission to access your account. Click "Allow” to continue.
If all steps were successful, your timetoreply account will now be successfully connected.