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Enabling an Integration and Entering the Client ID and Client Secret
Enabling an Integration and Entering the Client ID and Client Secret
Written by Ben Keeling
Updated over a week ago

Please note, in order to enable an integration you will need administrator level privileges. A list of all user privileges can be found here. The enabling of a Integration on the medialke platform requires the setup of OAuth applications on each individual third party website, along with the generation of a Client ID and Client Secret. If you have not done so already, please find the links to the OAuth setup procedure for each integration here.

Step 1: Accessing Integrations Administration

From anywhere on medialakeAI, you will need to navigate to the navigation sidebar on the left side of the screen. If the navigation bar is closed please click the small blue arrow to extend the navigation bar. With the sidebar now open, click the button labeled Administration, seen outlined in red in the image below.

This should open the Administration menu with options labeled Manage Users, User Groups, Invitations, Integrations, and Notifications. Please click the Integrations button, as highlighted in the image below.

Step 2: Navigating to Integration Settings

Now on the Integrations Administration page, navigate to the integration that you wish to enable and click the Edit button, seen outlined in red in the image below. The YouTube integration has been highlighted here as an example.

This will bring you to the administrators' integration overview page where you will see tabs labeled Overview, Instructions, Connected Sources and Settings. Under the Settings tab, please click on the button that says "+ Create New Setting", as seen outlined in red in the image below.

Step 3: Create New Setting

Enter a name, the client ID, the Client secret, and any other necessary information such as a config or domain ID if required that you generated when you created your OAuth application on the third part website. If you have not done so yet, you can find out what an OAuth application is, and how to set one up, in our Setting up your Open Authorisation (Oauth) guide.

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