The Ardoq integration in Zapier is not open to everyone by default, but you can activate it by clicking on this invitation link: https://zapier.com/developer/invite/106637/ae8e7e97c022a16153d8db76fece972c/.
Once you are granted access to the Zapier integration, log in to Zapier and create your first Zap. When you get to the step where you configure the Ardoq piece of the Zap, you will see a screen like this:
Click “Connect an Account” to begin the process of configuration.
The resulting window will request your Organization name and API Token. Type the name of your Organization exactly as it appears in Ardoq (NB: use your organization key, which may differ from the display name. You can find it in the same place you generate an API token, as described below).
You will also be asked for your Ardoq Application URL -- this is the URL that you use to access your Ardoq organization. If you have a custom domain, this will be "https://yourcompany.ardoq.com", otherwise, it's "https://app.ardoq.com".
Generating an API token
Go to the “Your account settings” dialog, accessible from the preferences menu at the bottom-left of the application (the icon is your profile picture). From here, go to the “API & Tokens” tab:
Type a descriptive name for the token and click create. This will result in an API token that you will use to integrate with Zapier:
Copy the token and paste it back into the Zapier configuration dialog to complete the integration.
Add a webhook
When you create a Zapier Zap using the Ardoq integration, Zapier will provide you with a webhook to be added to Ardoq:
Copy and set up this webhook to register custom "callbacks" that will be called with an HTTP POST request whenever something changes in Ardoq.