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Option 1: Google Sheets Destination
Head over to the Destinations page and browse our list of integrations. If you already have an integration in mind, go ahead and use that. If not, the Google Sheets and Slack Integration are very simple to setup.

Option 1: Google Sheets Destination

To start with a Google Sheets destination, pick Google Sheets, and then click the button to Connect a Google Sheets account. Click continue, and give your destination a name.In a new window, create an empty Google sheet and save it with a memorable name.Hightouch generally relies on either OAuth or an API key to get access to push your data to the end tools. You'll use this Sheet once we set up a Sync.

Option 2: Slack Destination

Alternatively, a Slack destination is also an easy way to get started. Once you've selected the Slack destination and authorized access, you can give your Slack destination a name, and then details on the message to send and where to send it will be finalized in the next step.

Authorization Options

Authorizing with OAuth

Let's use Hubspot as an example of an app that uses OAuth. When we click on Hubspot, we'll get a link to authorize the Hightouch app with Hubspot.The link will redirect us to Hubspot to give Hightouch access to certain permission. If this is successful, you'll be able to see your account as an Authorized Destination.

Authorizing with an API key

Some platforms use an API key rather than OAuth to grant Hightouch access. For example, we need the following credentials to setup Customer.io as a destination.You'll be able to find these credentials on the destination's setting page or authentication page.