Kintaba Help & Documentation

Kintaba Documentation

Welcome to the Kintaba's documentation hub. You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with Kintaba as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

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API & Custom Integrations

Connecting Kintaba to customized workflows and scripts is easy with our full-feature graphql interface.

Creating a Custom Integration Key and Secret

As an admin, visit the integrations page and click the "New Integration" button

Next, give your integration a name, description, and select the access privileges you would like it to have.

Your integration will now show up in the integrations list. Click it to see the associated key and secret details.

On the inetgration details page you can see the key and secret, both of which you will need to connect to the graphql endpoint

Connect to GraphQL Playground

GraphQL playground is a great way to get started with the Kintaba API.

Download it here:

You'll need to configure two http headers and the URL to get started

Header Name

Header Value



The GraphQL Endpoint is:

Once configured, your graphql playground interface should look something like this:

From this interface, you can write and run queries to experiment with the interface.


GraphQL is a self documenting language. The easiest way to explore the API is to access the "Docs" interface of GraphQL.

Getting Additional Help

Our team is here to help with any custom integration work you may be developing. Contact us at: [email protected] with any questions or via the chat link on all of our pages.

Updated 7 months ago

API & Custom Integrations

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