User consent and third-party applications
Store Configuration for Rules
configuration object is available in Rules for storing commonly used values, such as URLs. Sensitive information, such as credentials or API keys, should be stored through the
configuration object and kept out of your Rules code.
Types of applications
You can set configuration values in your Rules Settings on the Dashboard.
To edit or change a configuration key's value, remove the existing configuration setting and replace it with the updated value.
Creating a third-party application
Any configuration values you set can be accessed through the
configuration object by key in your Rules code.
The following example is a Rule for sending a Slack message when a new user has signed up. The Slack Webhook is a
configuration value set with the key