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Reamaze API Introduction

Reamaze provides an API for programmatic access to certain data. API access is provided in a REST-like interface exposing Reamaze resources in a JSON format. JSONP is currently not supported.

API Tokens

API access comes with every Reamaze account. Every user within an account has their own individual token. This allows the Reamaze API to act on behalf of a specific user within your account.

Getting your API Token
  1. Go to Settings within your Reamaze account.
  2. Click "API Token" under Personal Settings.
  3. Click to "Generate New Token" to generate a unique token.


Brand Scope

API Requests are scoped by Brand, which is identified by the host of the API end point. Each Reamaze account may contain one or more brands and each brand's host domain can be found from the Brand Settings Page.


Reamaze API access is available only through SSL/HTTPS. All authentication is performed via HTTP Basic Auth. Your HTTP header must either contain application/json as an Accept type or you must suffix the resource URL with .json.

Setting up a sample request
curl 'https://{brand}' \
  -H 'Accept: application/json' -u {login-email}:{api-token}
POST example
curl 'https://{brand}' \
  -u {login-email}:{api-token} \
  -H 'Accept: application/json' \
  -H 'Content-type: application/json' \
  -X POST -d '{"conversation": {"subject": "foo", "category": "support", "message": {"body": "bar"}, "user": {"name": "bob", "email": ""}}}' 

Rate Limiting

The Reamaze API is rate limited to a certain number per minute per API Token. We reserve the right to adjust the rate limit for given endpoints in order to provide a high quality of service for all customers.

Reamaze will respond with a HTTP 429 Too Many Requests response code when the limit is reached.

External Tools

The Reamaze API also gives you access to integrate Reamaze with third party applications. You can build integrations yourself or you can a service like Zapier to automatically integrate Reamaze with your favorite web applications.