A new window will open with text that shows the token. You will enter this token in to the module.
For the CRM Type choose Zoho then click Submit. PBX URL is not used and may be safely ignored
Settings> CRM Settings. There you must choose the type of CRM you want to use, in this case Zoho then click Submit.. PBX URL is not used and may be safely ignored
Just click ok to accept.
On the next page you will enter the token received above under Auth Token.
For Zoho API earlier than version 2.0:
For Zoho API 2.0:
Click on "Authorize with Zoho", you will be asked to login with your Zoho credentials on the next screen.
If connection was successful, you should see API Status as Connected, also the Auth Token button would be green with message "Re-authorize with Zoho"
You may also wish to adjust the the settings for voicemails and recordings. Here you can choose to store a copy of voicemails or call recordings on the server. The system can attempt to match the external number to Leads, Contacts or Accounts that match. By default recordings will be saved to the assigned user that answers the call. Keep in mind each match has an independent copy of the file. This means if a lead, contact and account are found there are 3 copies of the file uploaded and counting against any storage quota.
Once the Auth Token and settings are to your liking click Submit.
After you create some users on your Zoho account, you should see the same Users on the API Info.
Finally, you must match your users from the PBX to Zoho users.
Go to Admin > User Management > Edit the user you want to match, go to CRM tab and match your PBX user with your Zoho user.
Additionally, if you use Zulu, you can choose to use "On Call Popup" option under your Inbound route.
Go to Connectivity > Inbound Routes > Select your route > Zulu Tab
If you are using Zulu, then when you receive a call, a popup would be opened automatically pointing to the CRM or the chosen URL.