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GetResponse credentials#

You can use these credentials to authenticate the following nodes:


Create a GetResponse account.

Supported authentication methods#

  • API key
  • OAuth2

Refer to GetResponse's API documentation for more information about the service.

Using API key#

To configure this credential, you'll need:

  • An API Key: To view or generate an API key, go to Integrations and API > API. Refer to the GetResponse Help Center for more detailed instructions.

Using OAuth2#

To configure this credential, you'll need:

When you register your application, copy the OAuth Redirect URL from n8n and add it as the Redirect URL in GetResponse.

Redirect URL with localhost

The Redirect URL should be a URL in your domain, for example: GetResponse doesn't accept a localhost callback URL. Refer to the FAQs to configure the credentials for the local environment.

Configure OAuth2 credentials for a local environment#

GetResponse doesn't accept the localhost callback URL. Follow the steps below to configure the OAuth credentials for a local environment: 1. Use ngrok to expose the local server running on port 5678 to the internet. In your terminal, run the following command:

ngrok http 5678
2. Run the following command in a new terminal. Replace <YOUR-NGROK-URL> with the URL that you got from the previous step.
3. Follow the Using OAuth2 instructions to configure your credentials, using this URL as your Redirect URL.