The IT Administration section allows for the management of your 3rd party data sources including managing their credentials, and the mappings between accounts within Natero and the 3rd party system. It also provides an overview of the latest status of data integration between Natero and your 3rd party systems.
The table below shows an overview of the current 3rd party sources that we pull data from. It excludes the event usage data source.
This page allows you to manage your OAuth credentials for 3rd party systems. To enable Oauth API access, start by selecting the provider from the dropdown. You will be redirected to that services login page. By authenticating at that page you will grant Natero access to that service.
This page provides a secure mechanism to provide credentials to Natero. They will never be shown only stored or overwritten. Please add credentials for a single system at a time.
This is a log of the API calls made to the Natero API (last 1000). Even though an operation may succeed, if the operation contained multiple records (e.g., in a bulk update or POST call), then some of the records may have failed. If the operation status is "Failure", then the entire operation failed. Otherwise, at least a portion of the operation succeeded. See the apidocs for more details.
This section enables the uploading of CSV files to the Natero API. A CSV file can be uploaded for each API described by the API documentation. Prior to uploading a CSV file to the API, a CSV file template should be downloaded.
This page is for advanced use only. It provides a mechanism to link different 3rd party systems to Natero via the account name and should only be used if there is no global ID that can be used to link accounts across systems.
Please contact us first if you'd like to employ this method for account mapping across systems.
This page allows you to setup the email campaign feature within Natero. You'll need to provide a domain and default "From" address to get started, and update the DNS records we generate to your domain records. For detailed instructions, click the link here.