Using APIs

In the previous method, you’ve seen a simple and easy way to add the users manually. Now we’re going to discuss a more technical approach to add users automatically without much manual intervention.

Note: We recommend the help of developers if you choose this method.

APIs are a software intermediary that facilitates the communication between two applications. The APIs pass data from Zopto to your Website/Application and vice versa. When a person fills the form and pays on your website, the APIs will create an account for them automatically. You can use another API of your email service provider to send the credentials to the user automatically.

Using APIs to Add a User to an Agency

To add a user to your Agency on Zopto, you need to access the unique API key first, and we’ve discussed below how you can find that along with the API information you might need to add the Users.

Step 1: Log in to your Agency Dashboard and go to the "Settings" section, shown in the image below.

Step 2: In the settings section, go to the "Advanced" tab on the screen, as shown in the following image.

Step 3: In the "Advanced" tab, you can find your unique API Key and also how the APIs work. Click on the button as shown in the image below and a popup will appear with detailed information.

Note: This API Key is necessary for authentication to allow only the authorized users to access the data from Zopto.

To read more about How Zopto API works, click here.

Quick Tip: Use the Add User API post-payment to create the accounts only for the actual users. This way, you’ll pay only for the interested users who have paid for the product.

The API Key and the API information must be enough for you to automate adding a user to your agency account. This process might sound a bit complex, but it is pretty easy for a web developer, and you can save a lot of time you might have spent doing this manually.

Feel free to reach out to us for any issues you may face using the APIs.

Too technical? No problem! Learn how to add users manually in this article.

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