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How to: Getting started with the connector in Qlik Application Automation

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Jan 23, 2024 9:33:52 AM

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This article gives an overview of the available blocks in the connector in Qlik Application Automation, as well as expand on basic example use-cases. is a powerful project management system — a complete Work OS designed to help your team complete projects efficiently, collaborate effectively, and grow online.  And Qlik Application Automation supports implementations involving



Setting up Authentication

  1. Login to your account.
  2. Click on your avatar icon at the top right corner, for a dropdown menu.
  3. Under the newly appeared dropdown, head over to the ‘Developers’ tab.

    Monday Work Management Developers menu.png

  4. Once in the Developer tab, head over to create a new app, or edit an existing app.

    Create a new app.png

    During creation:
    • use the Redirect URL: ‘’
    • make sure we have at least these scopes enabled, for smooth functioning:  
      • boards:read
      • boards:write
      • workspaces:read
      • workspaces:write
      • users:read
      • users:write
      • account:read
      • notifications:write
      • updates:read
      • updates:write
      • tags:read
      • teams:read
      • assets:read


  5. If you plan on using this app yourself, you can simply publish and generate the ‘client_id’ and ‘client_secret’ under ‘Basic Information’ section and connect in Qlik Application Automation with those values.

    copy client id and client secret.png

  6. In case the user will be different from you, you can either add them into collaborators of your app, or share your app in the App Marketplace and setup installation for the other users.

Available Blocks


  • List Assets     


  • List Boards    


  • Create Column       
  • List Columns
  • Update Column Value       
  • Update Simple Column Value     


  • Create Folder          
  • Update Folder         
  • Delete Folder
  • List Folders   


  • Create Group          
  • List Groups   
  • Delete Group           


  • List Subitems
  • Create Item 
  • Delete Item  
  • List New And Updated Items Incrementally      
  • Create Subitem      
  • List Items      


  • Create Notification 

Raw API         

  • Do Generic Query   


  • List Tags        
  • Create Or Get A Tag          


  • Delete Team From Workspace    
  • Add Team To Workspace  
  • List Teams    
  • Add Teams To Board         


  • List Updates 
  • Create Update        
  • Delete Update         


  • List Users       


  • List Workspaces      
  • Delete Workspace  
  • Add User To Workspace
  • Create Workspace 

Use Cases

  1. Sending notifications to when a new deal is created in Hubspot.

    Set up the “List Deals Incrementally” block from Hubspot and drag the ‘Create Notification’ block from, configure by selecting things like ‘User Id’ of the person to create notification, text that goes in the notification, project/post information of the notification etc.

    sending notifications to Monday dot com.png

    Similarly, we can also setup notifications when something occurs in to send alerts on email/slack/teams using respective connectors on Qlik Application Automation.

  2. Sync JIRA with 

    When a new item is created in, create a ticket in JIRA. And write back to Monday, that it has been updated to JIRA with issue ID.

    Also, if the ticket is already present, update the recent changes into JIRA.

    Below is an example flow depicting the same. We are also cross-storing IDs of JIRA and Monday into one another for easy access in updates.

    sync jira with monday dot com.png

    sync jira with monday dot com automation continuation.png

Similar use-cases can be implemented with other ITSM tools like Service-Now etc.

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