aNinja keys & codes

In aNinja, you have private keys and codes that you use for your integrations.

It’s important to know your aNinja keys & codes, know how to use them, and where to find them in your aNinja install.

aNinja Keys & Codes

Find your private BCC email address

Using this email address in the BCC section when sending out an email automatically creates a lead from the recipients. In this article, we show you where to find your private BCC email address in your aNinja account.

Find your private BCC email address

Your private BCC code is found in the user profile.

  • You can access your profile from 2 places:
    • In the left sidebar, click on Settings > Users
    • Or, on top right of the page, click on your name > Profile.
  • Click on the edit next to the user to access your profile.

  • Click on API. Here’s where you find your account’s BCC email.

Find your private BCC email address

Use this code in the BCC section of your emails and a lead is created from the recipient.

Creating Leads in aNinja

In aNinja, creating leads can be done in several ways.

A growing database of leads means more potential engagement. So import your leads from different sources and keep them engaged with newsletters and product or service updates.

Creating leads in aNinja

In aNinja, you can create leads in multiple ways:

  1. Manually one at a time.
  2. Importing Leads in Bulk using CSV file.
  3. Third-party Integration using aNinja API (including Chatbot conversations, form submissions, and website integration).
  4. Importing leads from your Phone Contacts.
  5. Importing leads from your Gmail account.
  6. Creating leads using BCC email address.
  7. Generating a lead from incoming SMS.

1- Creating Leads manually

  • First, log in to your aNinja account.
  • Then, on the top right, click on + add lead

2- Importing leads from a CSV file

Another way to add leads to your aNinja account is importing contacts in a CSV or XLSX file directly to your aNinja account.

3- Third-party integration using aNinja API

In simple words, API is a set of functions that allow applications to interact with each other by exchanging data.

Basically, you can forward leads from your different marketplaces into your aNinja app using API.

  • Here, you need your aNinja API key for the integration.
  • After the integration, you start receiving leads in your aNinja account from the different integration channels, including Chatbot conversations, Form submissions, and website integration.

4- Importing contacts from your Gmail account

Importing contacts from your Gmail account is another way to expand your leads database.

5- Importing your Phone contacts

You can also get your phone contacts to your aNinja account.

6- Creating new leads using BCC email

By BCC’ing your private BCC email address, the system automatically creates new leads from the recipients.

After all, you want to get all your leads into one place to target them with your sales and marketing strategies.

7- Generating a lead from incoming SMS

This is a basic function in aNinja that generates a lead from an incoming SMS, if the phone number is not already saved in the system.

However, this practice is not available for incoming emails. So if the sender’s email is not saved in your system, you will not be able to see the email in aNinja. But it still shows in your email client (Gmail, Outlook, etc…).

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Add Leads via Blind Carbon Copy (BCC) in aNinja

In aNinja, you can create leads in aNinja via Blind Carbon Copy (BCC).

All you have to do is add in the BCC field, your dedicated private aNinja BCC email address.

What is BCC anyhow

Adding Leads Via BCC in aNinja

  • Find your private BCC email address
  • When sending an email outside aNinja (e.g. from Gmail, Outlook, or your preferred email client) – just put your dedicated and private BCC email address in the BCC field.
  • Automatically, aNinja detects that and creates a new lead from the email recipient(s) information (the email in the “To” field of your email) as well as injects a note with the “email body” into that new lead.

Add Leads Via BCC in aNinja