Import your Zendesk Guide (Help Center) data into your data warehouse -

How to setup Zendesk Help Center Integration

This integration will allow you to connect with Zendesk Help Center and start collecting your data. It is a matter of minutes to send your Zendesk Help Center data to feed your BI, your data warehouse, or your custom analytics stack.

Here are the steps involved:

  1. Connecting Zendesk Help Center
  2. Set the Replication Frequency
  3. Load your Zendesk Help Center data into your data warehouse
  4. Zendesk Help Center expected Data Model and schema
  5. Zendesk Help Center Integration FAQ

Getting Started – Setup Zendesk Help Center integration at Blendo

1. To add this integration, go to Blendo dashboard. Click Add a Source.

2. Click on Zendesk Help Center icon.

Settings you need from Zendesk Help Center

3. In the new Setup your Zendesk Help Center source screen, there are some data required that you will need to get from Zendesk Help Center. More specifically you will need the: Zendesk Help Center Subdomain, your Zendesk Help Center email and the Zendesk Help Center Token.


3.1. Login to your Zendesk Help Center dashboard from a new tab.

3.2 Click on “Admin

3.3  Then click on “API

3.4 Then you must make the Token Access enabled per the recommendation.

3.5 Generate an API Token and Copy to a safe document until you need it. Then click Save.


Add these Zendesk Help Center settings to Blendo

4. Let’s go back to our web browser tab with Blendo. Now that you have your:

  • Subdomain 
  • Email
  • Token

you may fill the relevant boxes into Blendo. Add a Table Prefix if you want and click Validate.


5. In the next screen, you may select the resources you need to sync from Zendesk Help Center. After finishing click Save.

6. Then you will return back to the home dashboard. Click on your new Zendesk Help Center data source.

Set the Replication Frequency

This configuration controls how often Blendo will pull data from your Zendesk Help Center integration. Loading to your data warehouse could take a little bit longer.

7. If you want to change the replication schedule go to the Schedule section and click on Reschedule.

8. In the next pop-up select one of the options available and click Apply.

Load your Zendesk Help Center data into your data warehouse

Blendo will queue your sync request and start syncing on its schedule. If you want to trigger it on your own here is how to start loading your Zendesk Help Center data into your data warehouse:


Zendesk Help Center Data Model & Schema Information

Blendo will now connect to your Zendesk Help Center data source. It will sync your historical data and all the future updates into your destination data warehouse. You will get analytics ready tables and syncs that make sure you will get recent and consistent data.

Let’s see:

  1. How Blendo syncs Zendesk Help Center data
  2. The tables with Zendesk Help Center data that we create in your destination data warehouse

How Blendo syncs Zendesk Help Center data

Historical Data

When Blendo first connects to Zendesk Help Center Data source, will pull all your historical data.

Sync Schedule

Blendo syncs Zendesk Help Center data based on the schedule and frequency you choose. The default setting is every 1 hour but is configurable from inside the app.

Replication Process

The first time Blendo syncs your Zendesk Help Center data performs a full replication. Then your Zendesk Help Center data is replicated fully as Zendesk Help Center’s API does not allow incremental replication other than Deals resource. Note that Blendo will only read your data.

After you finish the integration with Zendesk Help Center, you might see its status as Importing from sourceExporting to the destination, or Completed.

What Zendesk Help Center data do I have available?

Blendo creates analytics ready tables with recent and consistent data. Bellow is a diagram of the schema and you may also find a CSV with all the columns and fields in more detail.

Expected Zendesk Help Center Data Model & Schema Information >>

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