How to get started with your account

You have signed up to GatewayAPI and now...

You have signed up to GatewayAPI and now wish to send your first SMS messages. This guide explains the various options you have and helps you get to the point where you can send your first SMS message via GatewayAPI.

1. Enter company information (optional)

This step is optional, but it is an adva...

This step is optional, but it is an advantage to have all the relevant information about your organization included right from the start.

Step 1: Access account overview

Click on your avatar in the upper right ...

Click on your avatar in the upper right corner on your GatewayAPI dashboard.

Step 2: Go to "Edit account"

Click on “Edit account” from the drop do...

Click on “Edit account” from the drop down men

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Step 3: Fill out the information

Enter account name and company informati...

Enter account name and company information, including address, contact information and owner.

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2. Purchase credits or request test credits

By default, you will be on a trial accou...

By default, you will be on a trial account, which will expire after 30 days. 

You can activate your account by purchasing credits. See the different options here

You can also use test credits. Simply write to us on the live support chat and request free test credits and our support team will assist you.

3. Connect to GatewayAPI in the ways you prefer

When connecting with GatewayAPI, you hav...

When connecting with GatewayAPI, you have a number of options: You can use your preferred coding language, use the integration platforms Zapier, Integromat and Flowize or use our free WordPress plugin.

Connect via code

On your main dashboard you will find a r...

On your main dashboard you will find a range of code snippets in different languages (C#, Curl, Java, PHP, Python etc.), which you can use to connect to our APIs. 

Simply copy and paste the code, which already contains your account’s API key/token. You can send an SMS by simply changing the recipient number and run the code in a terminal of your choice. 

Go to our documentation page to find more information.

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Connect via Zapier, Integromat or Flowize

Use Zapier, Integromat or Flowize to int...

Use Zapier, Integromat or Flowize to integrate GatewayAPI with the system you wish to use.

If you want to manage SMS broadcasts easily, many prefer to use GatewayAPI + Integromat + Google Sheets. Watch our YouTube guide on how to set it up here. 

Find out which platform that matches your needs:

  • Create simple SMS integrations with Zapier, which is a no-code platform for setting up integrations and automations between your favorite tools. Zapier has over 3,000 systems to choose from.
  • Create complex SMS flows with Integromat, which is a no-code platform for setting up integrations and automations between hundreds of services. Especially useful if you want to set up complex SMS flows.
  • Create advanced SMS integrations with Flowize. Use GatewayAPI and Flowize to set up advanced SMS integrations. Suitable for large companies and custom built systems.

Connect via our WordPress SMS plugin

Our WordPress SMS plugin is a popular CM...

Our WordPress SMS plugin is a popular CMS integration, which allows you to send SMS messages directly from the backend of your WordPress site.

The plugin provides you with the possibility of building target groups, preparing messages, managing SMS broadcasts and receiving messages. It is thus a perfect tool for those who have a customer club or association where the goal is to easily communicate with customers/members regularly via SMS. Watch a brief video guide on how the plugin works here.

View more on our YouTube channel

Go to our YouTube channel to watch video...

Go to our YouTube channel to watch video guides on everything from setting up GatewayAPI subaccounts to setting up webhooks, Email to SMS etc.

GatewayAPI Youtube channel

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