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With Gong modules in Make, you can watch, create, retrieve, and list calls, add call media, and report events of a custom action, content share, and content view.

To get started with Gong, create an account at


Refer to the Gong API documentation for the list of available endpoints.

Connect Gong to Make

You can establish a connection to Make using either the Gong OAuth option (with or without OAuth client credentials) or the Gong Basic option (manually retrieving your credentials).


You must have Technical Administrator permissions in Gong to retrieve the Gong Basic connection Access Keys and Access Key Secrets.

Create a Gong OAuth Connection

To create a Gong OAuth connection:

  1. Log in to your Make account, add a Gong module to your scenario, and click Create a connection.

  2. Choose Gong in the Connection type dropdown.

  3. Optional: In the Connection name field, enter a name for the connection.

  4. Optional: Click the Show advanced settings toggle, enter your custom app Client ID and Client Secret credentials, or add additional Scopes for making custom requests.

    Follow these steps to create a custom app and credentials:
    1. Log in to your Gong developer account and go to the Integrations page.

    2. Follow Step 1: Initial setup in Gong & get OAuth keys in Gong's Create an App for Gong documentation.

    3. Use the following redirect URI:

  5. Click Save.

  6. Click Allow in the access window.

You have successfully established the connection. You can now begin editing your scenario and adding more Gong modules. If your connection requires reauthorization at any point, follow the connection renewal steps here.


If you receive an error in the module that you do not have permissions to use a specific scope in your app, for example api:worksapces:read, return to your Gong Integrations page, click Edit next to your custom app, and add the noted scope to the Required authorization scopes.

Build Gong Scenarios

After connecting the app, you can perform the following actions:

  • Watch New Calls

  • Create a Call

  • Add a Call Media

  • Get a Call

  • List Calls

  • Report Events of a Custom Action

  • Report Events of a Content Share

  • Report Events of a Content View

  • Make an API Call