Custom oAuth apps

Scenario 1: Blendr.io logo in oAuth flows

In this default scenario, your end-customers will see a Blendr.io app to authenticate on cloud platforms using oAuth, such as Salesforce, Hubspot, MS Dynamics and others.

This means that your customers will see the Blendr.io logo and name in the authorization popup, when they activate an integration and they link their own instance of e.g. Hubspot. Example: alt text

Scenario 2: your logo in oAuth flows

In this scenario, your end-customers will see your app to authenticate on cloud platforms using oAuth, such as Salesforce, Hubspot, MS Dynamics and others.

This means that your customers will see your logo and name in the authorization popup, when they activate an integration and they link their own instance of e.g. Hubspot. Example: alt text

This scenario requires you to register your own app on one or more platforms. This process does not require any development, but it does typically require you to create a developer account, enter details, upload a logo and sometimes you have to go to an approval process.

Once the app is created on a given platform (e.g. Hubspot), you have to send your client_id and client_secret to Blendr.io in a secure manner, and Blendr.io will configure your own custom oAuth app for that connector.

Sending your app details to Blendr.io

Please put the details in a text file, add the text file to a zip file with a password and send the zip file to support, without including the password of the zip file. We will reply to confirm receipt, and we will provide you with a mobile phone number to send the password of the zip file using SMS.

How to create an oAuth2 app

Salesforce

Hubspot

Office 365 (and Azure in general)

MS Dynamics CRM 365

Pipedrive

Exact Online

Google

Slack

Other cloud platforms

Contact Blendr.io support if you need help with a particular platform.

App Settings

Please use following redirect URI in the app configuration:

https://auth.blendr.io/callback

For private instances, contact us to get the correct redirect URI for your instance.