Now that you are integrated with Talon.One, you need to add your application(s) in the Campaign Manager.
In this article you will learn how to:
An application is the name of your business' system (website, shop or mobile app) and you can easily add multiple applications in your Talon.One account. Based on your business, you can add several applications for different regions (e.g., FR, UK, DE) or for your staging and production environments.When you first log in, you will be asked to Create Application in the section Your Applications.
Once your first application has been created, click on Manage Applications if you want to create another application. This will take you to the Developer Section, where you can also view important application information, add attributes, Webhooks, monitor API logs and test your API connection.
Tip: When you add an application, Talon.One automatically generates a unique API key that is required for your integration.
To add your first application click Create Application or Add Application when you first log in to your account. Remember you can add multiple applications and organize your campaigns within each application based on the logic of your business.
Enter the following information:
- Name of application (remember to use a consistent naming convention)
- Description (add a clear explanation of each application)
- Currency (the currency of your shop system)
- Timezone (this is the timezone your business operates in)
- API Key (automatically generated by Talon.One)
Note: before you select Create Application be sure to read about connecting your platform system.
Now that your system is integrated and you have filled in all the required information, you can select Create Application. Congratulations! You have created your first application.
To view application health, information, edit details or find your API Key, select Manage Applications when you log in.
In the Application Section you will find the following information:
- Application name
- API Health
- Application ID
- API Key
- Created At
Next you will want to learn more about: