All you'll need to get started is a TTNC account with a number and Call Credit and a Zapier account.
- Log into Zapier by going to www.zapier.com.
- Click on
Make a Zap!in the top menu bar.
- Select the App you'd like to use to trigger the TTNC App. In this example, I have selected 'Webhooks by Zapier'.
- Fill in the trigger information - you may need to follow help guides supplied by the platform you're using.
Once you've accepted the invitation to the Early Access, you should see the TTNC Zapier App under the 'Your Apps' section. If you're not able to see this, head to https://zapier.com/apps/ttnc/integrations and click 'Start using TTNC now!'
- Click on the TTNC Zapier App.
- Click on the
Choose Action Eventdropdown and select
Make a Calland then click
Click on Sign in to TTNC.
A window should open and ask for your TTNC Credentials.
To be able to sign in, you'll need the email address and the password of the main myTTNC account holder.
You will also need a VKey which can be generated in the Applications section of myTTNC.
When creating a VKey to be used with Zapier, you will need to ensure that all IP addresses are allowed. To be able to do this, enter in
Once you've entered all the information, click
You'll be presented with three required pieces of information - the Caller, Callee and CLI.
- Caller - The phone number of the calling party (usually yourself). This will be the first number dialled and the optional prompt message played.
- Callee - The phone number of the party to be called. Once the caller has accepted the call, we will dial this number and bridge the call.
- CLI - The CLI to be presented to the callee. This needs to be a number in your TTNC account.
You're also able to use information pulled through from the Trigger by clicking on the
Insert a field button.
Once you've entered in all the details, click
Test & Continue.
If your test has been successful, click
Done Editing and enable your Zap! Don't forget to give it a name to help you identify it.
Updated about a year ago