monday.com | OAuth Update
Since our transition to OAuth, our integration has undergone some changes which we will break down in this article to keep you inform on the latest updates with our powerful integration.
Transition away from API keys
In our initial version of our Integration, users could connect via their API keys which were exchangeable across other users as well.
This would mean an API key was required every time a user wanted to integrate CatchApp with monday.
Since then, we have simplified this to a single login.
How does the Integration work with OAuth?
With our new OAuth system, a user can only connect directly to an individual CatchApp account to a single monday account.
As this is a direct Integration and no longer involves API keys, connections between accounts can only be one-to-one.
This is handled via either the Integrations page, which is when users click on Connect or choose a monday recipe for the first time by finding CatchApp in the monday Marketplace.
Once users click connect, they will be able to connect directly with the current CatchApp account they're logged in to.
Can Users have others manage their scheduling?
If the connected CatchApp account is the main admin user of the business, they can accept incoming bookings from any of their sub-users which can be implemented by using one of our monday recipes in our Integration and dropping in any of their monday boards.
The admin user can simply set up our Monday recipes to choose a certain sub-user to accept incoming bookings if CatchApp users are all under the same admin account. This still allows teams to collaboratively manage their scheduling on Monday boards.
With our new OAuth Integration, it's easier than ever to integrate directly to monday.com and streamline your bookings efficiently to meet your CRM needs in one place. Learn more about our OAuth here!
For more details on using monday.com and CatchApp Booking as a CRM platform, check out our blog here!