1. Tell us to enable the integration
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get the integration enabled on your accounts.
2. Enter your organisation's URL
Once it's enabled, you'll be able to see an integrations menu item.
In the Dynamics tab, you will first need to enter your organisation'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 organisation.
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. Authorise access
Once you have entered the URL, a button will appear. This button will take you through the authorisation process to allow Turtl to access your Dynamics data.
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 which shows when your integration is working correctly in Turtl.
4. Start tracking leads from forms and personalised URLs
You'll now be able to review the individual reading journeys of anyone who opens a personalised URL sent from Dynamics.
Read our guides below to learn more about these features: