Base URL: https://api.intercom.io
Summary: You can use the API to get counts of users and companies filtered by certain criteria.
Summary: A tag allows you to label your users and companies and list them using that tag.
Summary:Visitors are useful for representing logged-out users that didn't interact with the Intercom widget yet.
Summary: The Users resource is the primary way of interacting with Intercom. You can create, update and delete your users, and add custom attributes describing them.
Summary: Events are how you can submit user activity to Intercom. Once you're sending Intercom event data, you can filter your user base with those events and create Auto Messages to send whenever an event occurs.
Summary: Notes allow you to annotate and comment on your users.
Summary: A segment is a group of your users defined by rules that you set. Users are automatically added to the segment every time the user updates to match those rules. Segments are different to tags, in that users need to be added to tags manually and tag members are not automatically managed.
Summary: Teams are how you can view your teams within Intercom.
Summary: Companies allow you to represent commercial organizations using your product. Each company will have its own description and be associated with users. You can create and update companies and add custom attributes describing them.
Summary: Leads are useful for representing logged-out users of your application. The Leads resource provides methods to fetch, create, update and delete Leads within Intercom. Leads were previously known as 'Contacts'. The object names and types continue to be referred to as 'contacts/contact'. They will migrate to 'Leads/Lead' models at a future date.
Updated over 3 years ago