How does one trigger a data request to an API? We are working with a 3rd party software company tha

Daniel Steyn_20524
Daniel Steyn_20524 Member Posts: 13
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edited July 2022 in Apps and Integrations #1
How does one trigger a data request to an API? We are working with a 3rd party software company that is building native integration with Pipedrive for us. The idea is to send them an address and they will return data on the address that will be added to specific fields in Pipedrive. What best practices do you have on how one would trigger sending the request for the data via an API? Is it as simple as using a custom field with a Yes/No option and toggle it to YES to send the request for the information via the API to the 3rd party?

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  • Inês Batata
    Inês Batata Posts: 2,209
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    edited June 2022 #2

    Hi @Daniel Steyn !

    I suggest you also post your question in our Developers Community, where you'll find many other users who use our API heavily and who can give you good tips.
     

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    They are, however, the place to be to stay on top of what’s coming down the line: 😉

    https://community.pipedrive.com/user/daniel_steyn1
  • Martin Pecha_2338
    Martin Pecha_2338 Member Posts: 146
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    edited April 2022 #3

    It depends really on use case and what components in pipedrive are you using.

    If you want create a trigger based on some change in pipedrive, then use pipedrive webhooks and then api call with post request back to pipedrive in order to update specific fields.