Please note, this feature is currently in Beta. If you experience any issues when you follow the steps below, our technical support team is here to help. You can send us an email, submit a request, or reach out via our chatbot at any time. Thanks for bearing with us while we fine-tune the magic formula!
If you use Salesforce in your day-to-day sales workflow but want to take advantage of Apollo's robust database, you can use the Apollo for Salesforce app to enrich your records directly within Salesforce.
Refer to the sections below for the steps to install Apollo in your Salesforce account.
Install Apollo for Salesforce
Please note, once the Beta testing period ends, you and your team can install the integration directly from Salesforce’s AppExchange Marketplace. Before you do so, you will need to follow the instructions in the "Uninstall Apollo for Salesforce" article to uninstall the Beta version. Then, you will be able to install the official version from the Salesforce marketplace.
Click this Package Install link, enter your Salesforce credentials, and then click Log In.
If you want to specify how to deal with any component name conflicts, click the appropriate radio button. Then, click the Install for Admins Only radio button.
Read the information in the Third-Party Access modal and if you agree, click the Yes, grant access to these third-party websites checkbox. Then, click Continue to move forward with the installation.
When you have successfully installed the app, click Done.
You have now completed the first phase of the installation process. Follow the instructions below to give your team access to the Apollo for Salesforce app and add your Apollo API Key.
Give Your Users Access to Apollo
Scroll to the Users drop-down in Salesforce Setup and then click Permission Sets.
Click Apollo User.
Click Manage Assignments.
Then, click Add Assignments.
Click the Recently Viewed drop-down and select All Users.
Click the checkboxes next to the users to whom you want to give access to the Apollo for Salesforce app. Then, click Next.
Review the information and click Assign.
Then, review the assignment summary and click Done.
Please note, you can only give permission to users with Standard Salesforce or Salesforce Platform licenses. For more information about the access rights for each user license, please refer to the "User Licences" article in the Salesforce Knowledge Base.
If you try to add users with restricted access rights, Salesforce does not assign permissions to these users.
You have now given your chosen users access to the Apollo for Salesforce app. Follow the instructions in the Enter Your API Key section below to finalize the installation process.
Revoke Access for Users
You can revoke a user's access to the Apollo for Salesforce app at any time. Click the checkboxes next to the users that you want to remove. Then, click Remove Assignments.
Click OK in the confirmation modal to confirm your decision.
Then, review the information and click Done.
You have now revoked a user's access to the Apollo for Salesforce app.
Enter Your API Key
You need to add your Apollo API master key to finalize the setup process and start enriching records in Salesforce.
Launch Salesforce, click the App Launcher icon on the top left of your screen, and then click View All.
Scroll down and click Apollo in the App Launcher modal.
Paste your Apollo API master key into the API Key text box. Then, click Validate and Save.
Need help finding your Apollo API key? It's as easy as pie to create a new key or access an existing one. Follow the instructions in the "Configure Access to the Apollo REST API" article and then head back to Salesforce and continue with the step above.
You have now successfully added your Apollo API key and finished installing the Apollo for Salesforce app in Salesforce.
To confirm you have set up the installation correctly, follow the steps in the "Use the Apollo for Salesforce App" article to test out the Apollo enrichment feature in action.
You can uninstall the app at any time. For further instructions, follow the steps in the "Uninstall the Apollo for Salesforce App" article.