SurveyMonkey Connection
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SurveyMonkey Connection

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Introduction

This article will guide you about configuring and establishing a SurveyMonkey connection in Rivery .

What you will need in order to connect:

  • Client ID
  • Client Secret
  • Set the OAuth Redirect URL
  • Set the scope requirements for your application

Client ID & Client Secret

These can simply be obtained by logging in to SurveyMonkey's Developer Portal and navigating to "My Apps". Please follow this link in order to reach that page.

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Next, click on "More Info " on your desired App (or add a new one) to view your personal Client ID and Client Secret for that app.

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OAuth Redirect URL

As the previous step, log in to SurveyMonkey's Developer Portal and navigate to "My Apps" (or follow this link ).

Next, click on Settings on your desired app.

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In the settings page, at the OAuth Redirect URL box, insert the following url:
For US:

`https://console.rivery.io/api/oauthcallback/surveymonkey`

For EU:

`https://eu-west-1.console.rivery.io/api/oauthcallback/surveymonkey`

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Click on "Submit Changes" to save the url.
At this point you can click on "Test OAuth Flow" to verify you inserted the correct url.

Scope Requirements

In order to allow Rivery to access your application's resources, you will need to approve the appropriate scopes. Please make sure the following scopes are set to "Required":

  • View Surveys
  • View Responses
  • View Response Details
  • View Users
  • View Collectors
  • View Contacts
  • View Webhooks
  • View Workgroups

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Creating New SurveyMonkey Connection In Rivery

  1. Navigate and log into Rivery Console.
  2. Click on Connections, in the main menu at the left.
  3. Click on + New Connection .
  4. Find and click on SurveyMonkey source, under Analytics section .

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  1. Name the connection.
  2. Insert your Client ID and Client Secret .
  3. Click on " Sign In With SurveyMonkey" and follow the instructions in the opened window.
  4. Test your connection to verify that all is well

You should now be all set to start pulling data from SurveyMonkey!


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