Which Authentication Method to Select for Zendesk?
Your Zendesk content source can be authenticated in three different ways. This article provides an overview to them all.
Crawls the public posts and articles in your Zendesk instance. Tickets are never public in Zendesk, so they are excluded.
Requires a user ID and password or API token. Crawls the data that the user can access.
- Select Basic.
- Enter your Zendesk user ID. If you intend to use an API token in the password field in the next step, then append your user ID with
/token. The incorrect way is
firstname.lastname@example.org the correct way is
- Enter either your user password or an API token in Password.
To learn how to obtain the API token, refer to Get Your Zendesk API Token.
Crawls all the data on your Zendesk instance.
- Select OAuth.
- Enter your Client ID and Client Secret.
To learn how to obtain them, refer to Get Your Client ID and Client Secret in Zendesk.
Last updated: Thursday, March 23, 2023
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