How to connect Nifty to Albato

Nifty: Automated Project Management
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Nifty is the remote collaboration hub to manage projects, tasks, and communications — all in one place. Remote work has never been easier, fun, and more.

Available triggers

Triggers are the events that trigger the automation, All triggers run in real time, i,e, data is transferred in the moment the event occurs

  • New Project
  • Project Updated
  • New Task
  • Task Updated
  • New Message
  • Message Updated

Available actions

Actions are what Albato performs when your automation is running, Actions also allow you to transfer data to other apps and systems

  • Create Project
  • Update Project
  • Create Task
  • Create Task Group
  • Create Milestone
  • Create Document
  • Create Label

How to connect Nifty to Albato

Before setting up integrations with Nifty, connect the app to Albato.

To do this, go to the Apps section and click the Add a connection button.


Select the app and click the Add a connection button.

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Come up with a name for your connection or save the default one. Enter your Authorize URL / Client ID / Client Secret. These values can be found in your Nifty account. Click the Continue button.

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How to find URL, Client ID and Client Secret

Sign in to your Nifty account. Click on your account icon, go to the App Center subsection.

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Choose the Integrations with API tab, then click on the Create a new App button.

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In the Name field, enter any name for your app (e.g., Albato).

The Description field is optional.

In the Redirect URLs field enter:

Select app scopes => Give permissions to your app. We recommend that you specify them as in the example from the screenshot for more stable operation of the application.

Then click the Create button.

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The application will be created. Click the Configure button.


Your application settings will open. It is necessary to copy the data from the fields.

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Paste these values into the Albato connection field.

The connection is ready!