Managing API keys

To execute Inkit API requests in your applications or integrations, you need to authenticate them with an API key. You can think of an API key as a password. It lets us know who is making the request, and it lets us check whether the requester has the proper permissions to make the request.


Because API keys let applications and integrations perform Inkit actions on your behalf, you should take great care to store them carefully and securely.

You can do the following tasks relating to API keys: