1. Tell us to enable the integration
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get the integration enabled on your accounts.
Note this integration does not support generating Lead Capture URLs as it is not possible to expose the contact ID in Microsoft Dynamics.
2. Enter your organization's URL
Once the integration has been enabled, click ‘Manage integrations’ from the drop-down menu on your account, in the top left corner of Turtl.
In the Microsoft Dynamics tab click Add an additional Microsoft Dynamics Integration.
Give your integration a label and enter your organization's API Host URL.
To find it, first, get the base URL of your Dynamics instance. It will look like this:
(note: it may not be crm11, but crm8, crm9, crm10, etc…)
You can copy it from the address bar when you’re logged into your Dynamics account.
Once you have it, add .api after the part with your organization.
So, if your base URL is:
You would update it to:
Enter this new URL into the field in Turtl, and save the settings.
3. Authorize access
You will see another button appear labeled 'Authorize Turtl to access Dynamics via Oauth'. When you click this button, you will be redirected to Microsoft Dynamics and asked to log in, if you are not already logged in. After that, you will be asked to review the list of permissions Turtl requires.
After accepting, you will be redirected back to the Turtl page. Below is an example that shows when your integration is working correctly in Turtl.
Add an additional Microsoft Dynamics integration
If you need to add another Microsoft Dynamics integration just click Add additional Microsoft Dynamics integration and follow the instructions in steps 2 & 3.
If you would like your integration to be assigned to a particular workspace then get in touch with your Customer Success Manager or contact via the live chat or email email@example.com.