You’ll find this in the upper right-hand corner of your Pitchly account.
The name is different for each organization.
In this example, our account is called “Basic Pitchly”
Located in your account settings.
This will generate your API key popup. Any established API keys will be found in here.
Located at the bottom of the popup window.
Creating a new key set will generate the information you need to connect Pitchly to the application of your choice.
This can be anything, but it’s best to make it specific. The name should show other team members what the API key interacts with.
How the connection interacts.
For example: “Updating our website with new and existing organizational achievements.”
This can be updated at any time after the API key is generated.
You will use the App ID and App Secret to create API Calls.
API Call Defined: the process that takes place after the API is set up and ready to go.
Create a call for WordPress: Get an API key from Pitchly. Create a Plugin for adding a widget to your WordPress site. Customize your plugin with your Pitchy API key and specific information you want to display in the widget. Use the WordPress Admin Area to place the widget on your site where you want it within your theme.
Before generating an App Secret you will need to replace all instances of the old Secret in your applications with the new one.
Generating an App Secret will cause all API calls using the old secret to fail, and may break your existing applications!