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If you need to use OAuth2 to get a token, then you will need to use this. Just create a prop called oauth and then in that use these properties:


This is the url that is used to send the user to the login/authorize the connection (this should be a url to the third party). This is always a GET request. It expects an url here.


This is used when you come back to our site with a token. With that token, it will need to fetch an access token from the third party (and perhaps a refresh token). Format is an object like the execute part.


Used to refresh the token to get a new one, if this is not added, then it will assume that the token is permanent. Format is an object like the execute part.


Default: False. Enable this is a valid callback won't return a code query in the url. In some cases, we don't get it and also not need it.

Redirect url

Most oauth providers will require you to put the redirect url in one of the links. Every integrations has a unique redirect url and you can get the correct one by using:

{{ redirect_url }}

in the oauth part.

Saved credentials

When done, you should have gotten credentials to authenticate other urls. If you need a specific token, then you can call those by prefixing it with oauth.. For example:

{{ oauth.refresh_token }}


"oauth": {
    "refresh": {
        "url": "",
        "data": {
            "client_id": "{{ CLIENT_ID }}",
            "grant_type": "refresh_token",
            "client_secret": "{{ CLIENT_SECRET }}",
            "refresh_token": "{{ oauth.refresh_token }}"
        "method": "POST"
    "access_token": {
        "url": "{{CLIENT_ID}}&client_secret={{CLIENT_SECRET}}&grant_type=authorization_code&redirect_uri={{redirect_url}}",
        "method": "POST"
    "authenticate_url": "{{CLIENT_ID}}&redirect_uri={{redirect_url}}&response_type=code&scope="