Verifybee verifies email addresses for your leads, period. 

In this article we will see:

How to integrate Verifybee to your Workspace

Available API Functions

Quota Usage

Templates

How to integrate VerifyBee to your Workspace


The first thing  you will need for integration is a VerifyBee API key. Here's how  you can get one:

Step 1
Sign up on VerifyBee and login 

Step 2
Go to API on the right navigation 

Step 3
Create key and Copy the API key

Step 4

Go to Integrations Tab → VerifyBee → Select workspace → Paste the API key

Now that you have set up the integration, here is how you can pull in your data:

  • Go back to the Dashboard, select the stack that you want to work on, click on the 2nd column, select the option to change column property and connect with the Verifybee API
  • Rename the column - say email address (only if you want), then select 'API' as the column property, configure third-party API and pull data (you will be asked to do so)
  • Choose the VerifyBee API from your account, then select the particular name that you have given to the VerifyBee API Key. In the next field select the specific API function you want details about. Click apply.
  • Put down the email address for which you want the details – you can actually put in the entire list at one go or go one-by-one.
  • Click on the refresh arrow in the second column -- you will see the VerifyBee API pulling in accuracy automatically and adding it to the relevant column (you get to decide which data you want to access by selecting it from our data explorer)

Available API Function

1. Verify email
Reference Input column: Email
Output: Email valid or not  

Quota Usage

You get 100 credits monthly free. One verifier request = 1 credit. 

It also have different credits based on its pricing plan:

$99: 25,000 credits/month
$199: 50,000 credits/month
$299: 100K credits/month
$499: 200K credits/month
$699: 500K credits/month
$1099: 1M credits/month

Templates 

Verify emails: Verify all your emails and leads in a snap. 

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