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Getting started with Klenty API
Getting started with Klenty API

Things to be familiar with before using Klenty Public API

Vengat Krishnaraj avatar
Written by Vengat Krishnaraj
Updated over a week ago

Klenty Glossary

Here is a collection of terms frequently used in Klenty to help you get started.

  • Cadence - A sequence of Emails, tasks, calls as follow ups, that you create to reach out to Prospects

  • Prospect - contacts/leads you will be reaching out to

  • Standard Fields - default fields for Prospects in Klenty that you can use to personalize your emails like Name, Email, Company Name, Title, etc

  • Custom Fields - Prospect fields created by you for advanced personalization.

  • List - Prospects belong to a default list, which you can change. Prospects can only belong to one list

  • Tags - can be assigned to Prospects to organize and search efficiently.


The Klenty API follows the REST paradigm and requires you to have a unique API Key.

Generating Klenty API key

To access the Klenty REST APIs, you need to authenticate your requests using the Klenty API Key.

  • Login to your Klenty account. Go to Settings β†’ Integrations β†’ Klenty API Key

  • Click on the key icon to generate an API Key

URL Parameter

All API request URLs start with:

In the above HTTP request, the username is a URL parameter.

Query Parameter

Anything you give after β€˜?’ in the URI is called a query parameter.

The above URI has one query parameter, listName.


All API requests require authentication. You need to provide your key in the HTTP request header via the Key parameter.

API Name: x-API-key

Data Types

  • We use JSON as the primary data type.

  • Content Type - JSON(application/json)

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