If you want to connect your Kajabi account with third-party applications or Zapier, then you will need to get your Kajabi API and API secret.
Both are easily found and available in your account settings.
- Kajabi has both an API key and an API secret available
- Use the API key to connect your Kajabi account with third-party apps
What Is the Kajabi API Key?
The Kajabi API key and API secret are both alpha-numerical codes unique to your Kajabi account. When you create a Kajabi account, the API key and API secret are automatically generated. These keys are exclusive to you and cannot be used by anyone else.
Essentially the API key acts as the “username” for your Kajabi account and is a unique identifier, while the API secret acts as the “password” that authenticates your account.
What Is the Kajabi API Key Used for?
If you plan to use the Kajabi platform with third-party software apps such as ClickFunnels or Mailchimp, you will need the API key to connect them.
Both the API key and API secret provide the access rights the third-party app requires to be successfully connected with Kajabi.
How to Find Your Kajabi API and API Secret (Step by Step)
Step 1: Log into your Kajabi account and scroll to the bottom of the left-hand menu bar. Click on your user name and select “Account Details.”
Step 2: Scroll down the page until you see “API Credentials.” Here, you will find your API key and API secret. There are copy icons next to each icon, allowing you to quickly grab them for use.
Frequently Asked Questions
Kajabi has both an API and an API Secret available on the platform.
You need the Kajabi API if you want to connect Kajabi with third-party software apps and/or Zapier.
You can use the Kajabi API with ClickFunnels 2.0, a number of analytics apps, and several email providers. You can also use the Kajabi API to connect with Zapier and use Kajabi with over 5,000 other apps.
The API key is used to identify a user or application, while the API secret is the code that authenticates the user or application. They work similarly to a public user name (API key) and a password (API secret).