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Iterable Authorization

If you haven't already done so, you will need to setup an Iterable account before you begin the process described below. You will also need to be a Admin or Super Admin user who can add or edit API Keys as you will need an Iterable API Key to authorize Lytics to use your Iterable account.

Note: If you are setting up Iterable webhooks you will also need a Lytics API token, you can find your API tokens in your account settings.

  1. Log into your Lytics account.
  2. Navigate to Data > Integrations and select Iterable from the integrations list. iterable-new-tile

  3. Click Add new authorization.
    iterable integration new auth

  4. In the Api Key textbox, enter your Iterable API key.

  5. In the Description textbox, enter a description.
  6. Click Authorize. Your credentials are now stored securely and are available when starting new Iterable workflows.

iterable integration create auth