The API can only be used by validated workspaces
If you want to get access to the API for your Livestorm account, please contact our customer support service at [email protected]. They’ll be able to open the API access to your account.
In order to use Livestorm’s REST API, you need to generate an API token. To do so, navigate to the 'Account Settings' > 'Integrations' page and scroll down to the bottom of the page. Click on the 'Public API' card and you'll be able to generate your own API tokens:
When you create an API token, it will only be shown once for security reasons. So don't forget to save it somewhere safe for later!
For security reasons, Livestorm will require you to choose the scope permissions related to your freshly created API tokens. This ensures that your token can only trigger authorized actions or get access to specific data.
Each scope permission can be set to
none (no access at all),
read (simple read access), or
write (full read and write access).
Here are the scope entities that can be configured for your new API tokens:
- Identity: The
identityscope includes access to the /me and /organization endpoints.
- Events: The
eventsscope gives you access to all endpoints related to events, sessions, and participants (e.g /events[/*], /sessions[/*], /people/[/*]).
- Admin: The
adminscope gives you access to endpoints related to teams members (e.g /users[/*]) and to the /organization endpoint.
- Webhooks: The
webhooksscope gives you access to all webhooks-related endpoints (e.g /webhooks[/*]).
When creating your API tokens, don’t forget to choose the token scopes that your client app will need to work properly. Otherwise, your API calls will result in a 401 unauthorized error! But don’t worry, you’ll still be able to edit your token’s scopes down the road.
Finally, you can now call the API with your API token filled in the
curl --request GET \ --url https://api.livestorm.co/v1/ping \ --header 'Accept: application/json' \ --header 'Authorization: YOUR_API_TOKEN'
If you receive an HTTP 200 successful status, your token works! Check our detailed API reference to learn about our endpoints.
One thing to notice is that your API rate limits will be shared among all your organization's API tokens. It means that if you've reached your monthly quota or quota per second, creating a new API token won't change anything. If this happens, contact our support.
Updated 10 months ago