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With Salesforce modules in Make you can broadcast messages, create and modify records and jobs, and make API calls from your Salesforce account.

To use Salesforce modules, you must have a Salesforce account. If you do not have one, you can create one at

Refer to the Salesforce API documentation for a list of available endpoints.

Connect Salesforce to Make

Note: Not all editions of Salesforce have API access. See here for more information.

To establish the connection in Make:

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

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

  3. Select if you are using a Salesforce Sandbox environment and click Save.

  4. Optional: Click Show advanced settings and enter your custom app client credentials.

You have successfully established the connection. You can now edit your scenario and add more Salesforce modules. If your connection needs reauthorization at any point, follow the connection renewal steps here.

Create a custom application in Salesforce

  1. Log in to your Salesforce account.

  2. Click Home and then in the left sidebar click Apps > App Manager.

  3. In the upper right, click New Connected App.

  4. On the New Connected App page, under Basic Information, fill in the mandatory fields:

    • Connected App Name

    • API Name

    • Contact Email

  5. Under API (Enable OAuth Settings), click Enable OAuth Settings. Enter the following application details:

    Callback URL

    Selected OAuth Scopes

    Choose the scopes you need and click Add.

    Note: You will, at minimum, need the following scopes enabled:

    • Manage user data via APIs (api)

    • Perform requests at any time (refresh_token, offline_access)

    Require Proof Key for Code Exchange (PKCE) Extension for Supported Authorization Flows

    Must be OFF

    Require Secret for Web Server Flow

    Optional, but ON is more secure

    Require Secret for Refresh Token Flow

    Optional, but ON is more secure

    Enable Client Credentials Flow

    Optional, but OFF is more secure

    Enable Authorization Code and Credentials Flow


    Require user credentials in the POST body for Authorization Code and Credentials Flow

    Optional, but ON is more secure

    Issue JSON Web Token (JWT)-based access tokens for named users


  6. Click Save and then Continue.

  7. On the Manage Connected Apps page that is displayed for your new app, under the API (Enable OAuth Settings) section, click Manage Consumer Details.

  8. Copy your Consumer key and Consumer Secret values and store them in a safe place.

You will use these values in the <Consumer Key > and <Consumer Secret > fields in Make when connecting using advanced settings.

Build Salesforce Scenarios

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

  • Watch Records

  • Watch Record Fields

  • Search Records

  • List/Search Records

  • Get a Record

  • Create a Record

  • Update a Record

  • Upsert a Record

  • Delete a Record

Bulk Job
  • Watch Jobs

  • List Jobs

  • Create a Job

  • Complete/Abort a Job

    Note: If you complete a job, Salesforce queues the job, uploads data for processing, and you can’t add any more job data. If you abort a job, the job does not get queued or processed.

  • Make an API Call

    For the URL, enter a path relative to <Instance URL>/services/data. For example: /v51.0/query. Refer to the Salesforce API documentation for a list of available endpoints.

  • Post a Message to a Chatter Feed

  • Download an Attachment Document