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Authorization Process With Google Contacts

Note: Google Contacts is available on the pro version.

To integrate with Google Contacts follow, the below steps.

Process of Authorization and Integration

  1. Search & Select Google Contacts from the actions pages.
  2. Integration Name: Set the proper integration name. Default it's taken Google Contacts.
  1. Homepage URL: Enter the URL of your website.

    Authorized Redirect URL: Enter the URL in which Google Sheet will send the authentication code.

    Client ID & Secret: For client ID & secret, you have to visit the Google API console. If you already have any Client ID & secret before, then copy this to the field. If you don’t have any, you must create a new client ID & secret.

If you don’t have any then you have to create a new client ID & secret.

  1. Client ID & Secret: For client ID & secret, you have to visit the Google API console. Then you have to create a new client ID & secret. To get new Client Id & Client secret information go to Google API CONSOL=> Credentials=>Create Credentials=> OAuth Client ID => Select Application Type=> Give a Client Name => Add home page URL => Add authorized URL.

    Register all the information and get your client ID & Secret information from google sheet.

  1. Now copy the Client ID & Secret from Google Developer Console and paste it into the integration setting. Then click on Authorize Button.

Integration Settings

  1. After successful authorization. Select the Action Create a contact, Update a contact from the drop-down option.

    A. Create a contact: If you select this option from the drop-down, a new contact will be added to your Google Contacts

    B. Update a contact: If you selected this option from the drop-down. If the contact already exists in Google Contacts, It will then update the contact with other field information based on the Phone Number and Name Field.

  2. You will find the Map Field option. You have to map all the necessary fields with the related Google Contacts field. Here ‘Phone Number‘ and ‘Name‘ field is the default for Kirim Account. After mapping the desired fields, click on Next button.

  3. After clicking Finish & Save you can see the integration you have created now.

  4. Bit Integrations has an option in every integration called Timeline where you can check integration success or error status.

  5. Also, you can Edit Clone Delete the integration.