Artisan IMG > (gongio) (11533161-8d46-40ef-893c-764a8f753627)
Artisan IMG > (gongio) (11533161-8d46-40ef-893c-764a8f753627)
1.1 automatically records and analyses data from your sales calls and meetings.

Copy is a Conversation Intelligence platform built predominantly for sales. helps sales teams by automatically recording, transcribing, and analysing every sales conversation. So you can replicate successful sales conversations, coach your reps, and ramp new hires faster.

API Information

The Base URL used for the Gong connector is In order to view the API documentation (v2.0) you must already be signed into your Gong account and have the right access level. Details regarding their API limitations can be found here.


Within the builder click on the connector to display the connector properties panel. Select the 'Auth' tab and click on the 'New authentication' button.

In the authentication pop-up modal make sure you name the authentication in a way that will quickly identify it within a potentially large list. For example whether it is a Sandbox or Production auth, etc.

Next consider who / how many people will need access to this authentication when choosing where to create this authentication ('Personal' or 'Organisational').

In the authentication window you will then need to add your Access Key and Access Key Secret.

These can be obtained from the workspace dashboard.

IMPORTANT!: Please make sure you already have Technical Administrator access permissions before continuing.

PLEASE NOTE: will not reveal previously created Access Key Secrets. You will need to create a completely new pair of Keys if you do not already have the Access Key Secret for a prior integration.

Click through to your workspace settings page and under the 'Ecosystem' heading select 'API'. Here you will be able to create the keys you need to integrate with

Another way to access these credentials would be to go via your company API page (once you have signed into your account): .

Once you have added these fields to your authentication pop-up window, click the 'Create authentication' button. 

Your connector authentication setup should now be complete.

Available Operations

The examples below show one or two of the available connector operations in use.

Please see the Full Operations Reference at the end of this page for details on all available operations for this connector.

Notes on using

Integrations & Email domains

IMPORTANT!: Note that the email domain associated with your Salesforce accounts MUST to be different from "your" own personal Salesforce account email domain.

Even if you were using Sandbox environments if the latter half of your email domains are the same your calls will error.

For example say the email domain associated with your account was Should the Salesforce account you wish to work with also have the same end of email domain name i.e. you would not be able to successfully integrate.

Reporting system

The Reporting System is the name of the trigger connector.

For example if you connected DocuSign to then the 'Reporting System' would be 'DocuSign'.

API docs

You must be signed into your account in order to view the API documentation.

CRM Context

This field is not required but can be found under 'Advanced Properties' as one of several options.

Create new call

Please note that you must have at least two call participants minimum.

At least one participant must be a non-company participant.

This would be a participant that doesn't have a User ID but does have a Name.

List interaction stats

Returns interaction statistics for users based on calls that have Whisper turned on. It will not work for calls that don't.

Example use cases

TRAY POTENTIAL: is extremely flexible. By design there is no fixed way of working with it - you can pull whatever data you need from other services and work with it using our core and helper connectors.

Capturing competitor mentions

Using Create Content Action




Example - capturing competitor mentions and updating Salesforce opportunities

This example works with a scenario whereby you are using's automated conversation transcription API which can parse the transcript of your sales calls to a workflow, and you are wanting to automate the process of recording any of your competitors mentioned in the call in the relevant 'Main Competitors' box in the Salesforce Opportunity details page.

The full workflow looks like this:


The following asumptions are made in this workflow:

  • You have synchronized the recording of opportunities in Salesforce and such that contains the ID of your Salesforce opportunities

  • You are making use of the transcription API, including use of 'trackers' to capture and record mention of your competitors

  • You have set up a webhook trigger to receive the notification of call events

Workflow summary

The main points in this workflow are:

  1. The workflow is kicked off by a webhook which receives notification of a call taking place by

  2. The call transcript is retrieved from

  3. The competitors mentioned are pulled from the call transcript

  4. The competitors are looped through and formatted into a single line list

  5. The Salesforce opportunity ID is pulled from the webhook trigger

  6. The Salesforce entry for that opportunity is then updated with the competitors in the relevant 'Main Competitors' field

1 - The Webhook Trigger

The workflow is kicked off by a webhook trigger. The following is example output from such a trigger:

The data from the trigger can be accessed by subsequent steps in your workflow using $.steps.trigger.body. jsonpaths

2 - Check the context of the Sales call

Before beginning you may need to run a check on the 'context' of the call. In this case we are using a boolean connector to check that it is not empty:

An example webhook output shows that the context may have been set as a Salesforce account:

3 - Get the call transcript from

Then, on the 'true' branch, - to get the details of the call we use the List call by date or call IDs operation, with the Call ID filter set to pick up the ID from the webhook with the $ jsonpath

We can also set an 'Extended' Context for the call details, so as to pick up granular details of the call:

Of key importance in this example is that we added Trackers, as this is what will include the mention of competitors.

4 - Filter competitor mentions from the call

We then add a List Helpers connector and use the Filter operation which can be used to extract objects from nested json data, by specifying the name of the object as Filter Criteria

The Competitors object is within the content.trackers array:

So we use the $.steps.gongio-1.calls[0].content.trackers jsonpath (we use [0] here because the call is a single result in a zero-indexed array of calls).

And the Filter Criteria is set as 'Competitors' (note that it must be capitalized to exactly match the format in the call output)

5 - Loop through competitors mentioned

Now we want to start building a list of the competitors mentioned. To start the process, we need to grab them one-by-one by using a Loop Connector with the jsonpath set to $.steps.list-helpers-1.result[0].phrases

This gets at the result from the List Helpers step:

6 - Add each competitor to a list

The next stage is slightly tricky - as you can see from the List Helpers output, each competitor is returned as an object in the list/array of 'phrases' and it has 2 pieces of data - 'count' and 'phrase'.

We want to extract only the 'phrase' from each object and add it to a list. To do this we will use the Append to List operation of the Data Storage connector.

From the above screenshot you will see that, in the Key box we have called the list 'competitors' and used the $.steps.loop-1.value.phrase. Crucially, we have also ticked the box which says 'If the list to append to does not yet exist, it will be created with the given value'.

7 - Filter opportunity to get Salesforce ID

Similar to step 4, we can use the List Helpers connector to extract the 'Opportunity' object from the trigger, which will make the Salesforce opportunity ID easily accessible:

8 - Get the competitors list

We can now retrieve the competitors list using the Data Storage Get Value operation for the competitors list compiled in steps 5 and 6:

9 - Concatenate the competitors list

Now we use the Text Helpers Concatenate operation to format the list into a single line of text. Note that we use , in the Separator box to make sure each competitor is separated correctly with a comma and a space.

10 - Add mentioned competitors to Opportunity in Salesforce

The final step is to add a Salesforce connector using the Update Record operation. The Record Type is set as 'Opportunity' and the Record ID picks up the Opportunity Id from the Filter opportunity List Helpers step using $.steps.list-helpers-2.result[0].objectId

And, to update the 'Main Competitors' field, the $.steps.text-helpers-2.result jsonpath is used.

On successful completion of a workflow run, the Salesforce opportunity will be updated with the competitors: