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Manage your connected app accounts

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After you connect your app accounts to Zapier, you can manage these app connections in your Zapier account. In the upper navigation menu, navigate to My Apps.

My Apps

Tip

If you’re a member of a Zapier for Teams account, you can share connected app accounts with your team.


1. Rename your app accounts

If you have multiple app accounts connected to Zapier, you can rename them to easily identify each of them in your account. On the left of an app account name, click the pencil icon and edit the name. Your changes will be saved automatically to Zapier.


2. Test your app accounts

To test if the connection between an app account and Zapier is still active, go to your My Apps page page and click Test next to the connection you wish to test.

Success - means your connection is successful, no further action required
Not Working - means further action will be required. Click See Details will display in more details to the error we're getting. Click Reconnect to allow for you to fix your connection.


3. Disconnect your app accounts

1. Go to the My Apps page
The My Apps page lists all the current app connection under a Zapier account. It can be found on the upper left side of the Zapier dashboard

2. Find the account that needs to be disconnected

3. Select the Disconnect button
Select Disconnect to remove the connection from your Connected Accounts, then click Really? to confirm.


4. Reconnect your app accounts

In most cases, just like you occasionally need to re-enter your password on a website, Zapier’s connection to an app will expire at some point. In cases like this, the app needs to be reconnected again to ensure that the Zap continues to operate smoothly. This guide will show how to reconnect an account.

1. Go to the My Apps page
The My Apps page lists all the current app connection under a Zapier account. It can be found on the upper left side of the Zapier dashboard

2. Find the account that needs to be reconnected
Usually, Zapier will expose this on the top of the page under the “Reconnect Needed” header.

In this example, our Slack account is disconnected and needs to be reconnected

Note

An app doesn’t necessarily need to be under the header “Reconnect Needed” in order to reconnect. Any app connection under the Connected Accounts page will have a reconnect button and you can reconnect any app at any time.

3. Select the Reconnect button
Select Reconnect to start the account authentication process of that particular app. Follow the prompts presented by the app.

Once you’ve reconnected the account, the Zap should have a refreshed connection and work as normal.


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