Skip to content


Version badge

The 8x8 Endpoint allows to connect virtual agent to the 8x8 platform.

Generic Endpoint Settings

Find out about the generic endpoint settings available with this endpoint on the following pages:

Channel Specific Settings

8x8 Setup

Parameter Description
Base URL The URL of the 8x8 Server.
API Key The header value required for authenticating API calls to the 8x8 system.
8x8-Tenant The Tenant ID, the field is mandatory if a customer has multiple tenants in the organization.

How to Set up

To set up the 8x8 Endpoint, follow these steps:

  1. Configure 8x8 Endpoint
  2. Configure 8x8

Configure 8x8 Endpoint

  1. In the left-side menu of your Agent, click Deploy > Endpoints.
  2. On the Endpoints page, click + New Endpoint.
  3. In the New Endpoint section, do the following:
    3.1 Select the 8x8 Endpoint type.
    3.2 Add a unique name.
    3.3 Select a relevant FLow from the list.
  4. Click Save.
  5. In the Endpoint, go to the 8x8 Setup settings.
  6. Specify a Base URL, API Key, and 8x8-Tenant that you received from the 8x8 server administrator.
  7. Copy the URL from the Endpoint URL field.
  8. Click Save.

Configure 8x8

  1. Log in to the 8x8 Configuration Contact Center (admin panel).
  2. In the left-side menu, click Integration.
  3. On the tab, select Webhooks.
  4. On the Webhooks List tab, click + Add webhook.
  5. Fill in the following fields:
    • Name — specify a unique name.
    • URL — paste the Endpoint URL that you copied from the Endpoint URL field.
    • Chat API Version — select Chat Gateway v1.0.
  6. To check if the connection works, click Test Connection. If it does not work, check your Endpoint URL or contact your 8x8 administrator.
  7. Click Save.
  8. In the left-side menu, click Channels.
  9. On the Chat API tab, click + New Channel.
  10. Fill in the following fields:
    • Name — specify a unique name.
    • Description — specify a description of your channel specific.
    • Webhook — select the webhook that you recently created.
    • Queue — select the queue that your administrator set up.
  11. Click Save.

To check the virtual agent's performance, go to the installation that your server administrator has deployed.