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Kixie Integration

Maria Herrell
Updated 2 months ago

About Kixie

Kixie is a powerful sales dialer all rolled into one seamless voice product. Using Kixie and Pipeline you can easily automate the activity tracking and you will no longer manually enter the activity updates. 

Integration Setup

The integration setup involves the following steps:

1. All Pipeline Users must update their phone numbers to match with the Kixie number that they are using. 

2. Admin on Pipeline CRM & Kixie need to set up the integration.

Pipeline User Setup- for all users 

Please navigate to Profile>My profile> Phone number and enter the same number that you use on Kixie. Hit "Save" once you're done.

At Kixie end

Navigate to Manage > Account Settings > INTEGRATIONS. You can find the Business ID & API KEY here. Please note that you must have Admin permissions to access your account's API key and Business ID. Find more information on Kixie's helpdesk here

At Pipeline end

Pipeline Admins can navigate to Profile > Account Settings > App Store. Please scroll to Kixie integration and click on Install. 

After clicking install, navigate to Kixie Service 

Copy and paste the Business ID from your Kixie dashboard to the above page and click on "Save". 

After saving you can test if the API works as intended by clicking on "Test Connection"

You can now set the Activities mapping on the "Settings" tab. You can use existing categories or create new ones

You can configure an activity category to be used when the integration logs your calls. Because there are different categories of calls, you can set a different category for each one (if desired) or you can use a single "Phone Call" category for all of them. The categories of calls include the following:

  • Completed incoming calls
  • Completed outgoing calls
  • Missed incoming calls
  • Missed outgoing calls
  • Voice message (incoming)
  • Voice messages left (outgoing), these calls will appear as "outgoing completed calls"

Click on the drop-down and search for the specific activity to map the relevant events from Kixie. Don't forget to hit "Save" 

Finally, when you are ready to go live, enable the Kixie integration. When you’re finished configuring and saving category selections, if you click “back to App Store” at the top, then the Kixie integration will be highlighted.

A quick way to check if the integration is set correctly is to navigate Manage>Automatations>Webhooks on Kixki's app and verify that 2 new webhooks are created with URL integrations.pipelinecrm.com/webhook/<additional info>. 

Test out the integration

To test the integration you must have one Kixie number and number. You may create a new person entity in Pipeline with the other number (as work phone or mobile), and try calling this number from your Kixie number. Depending on the activity mapping, the activity will be automatically created under this new person record. 


Pipeline does not have a custom dialer for Kixie. However, Kixie provides a click-to-dial browser plugin for Chrome here.

When Pipeline displays a phone number, we use the standard link for telephone numbers, and browsers recognize those numbers, and open the telephony software you have registered to perform the dialing and connect the call.

Call Logging

When you install and configure Pipeline's Kixie Integration, activities will be logged on people or companies when phone calls are made and received:

  • Completed calls (incoming and outgoing)
  • Missed (unanswered) calls (incoming and outgoing)
  • Voice messages (incoming)

In addition, if a voice message is left (for incoming calls), the activity will include the audio file (if available) for the message left.

If your Kixie account has call recording enabled, then after calls are completed, the recording will also be added to the activity.

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