Your application icon. Displayed in the navigation bar if Cyclr is used as a white-labelled service. 40x40 pixel PNG image with a transparent background.
Sign In Logo
Logo to use on the User Login Page. PNG image, suggested dimensions of 300x100 pixels.
Web browser “favicon” to use in Cyclr.
Application Display Name
Display name for your application.
Noun for calling cycles in the UI. Default to “Cycle”.
Cycle Create Verb (Launch)
Verb for creating cycles in LAUNCH and Marketplace. Default to “Create”.
This is the unique domain that your Console is hosted at.
More information can be found in this section.
Enable Anonymous Accounts
Allows end users to open cycle and connector seeds links without having a Cyclr account.
Enable Beta/Planned Connectors
Allows beta and planned (coming soon) connectors to be displayed in the connector list.
Enable Custom Connectors
Allows end user accounts to create their own custom connectors.
Enable Cycle Sharing
Allows you to copy a cycle from an account as a template that you can use for multiple end user accounts.
Enable Notification Emails
To enable notification emails please message our support team.
Enable Notification Webhook
Makes an HTTP call when there is an issue with an account’s cycles.
Notification Webhook URL
URL to use when Cyclr sends notifications for cycle issues.
Enable Transaction Error Webhook
Makes an HTTP call when an error occurs in a transaction.
Read more on handling errors.
Enable User Login Page
Allows end users - your customers - to log in to Cyclr if you choose to give them direct access to their Accounts.
Enable Cycle Form View
Sets the default cycle setup to be a linear form. The drag and drop builder can be toggled by going to the Advanced view.
Enable iframe Embedding
Allows Cyclr to be embedded in an iframe. This will remove the X-Frame-Options header and set “SameSite=None; Secure” to all cookies. Your hosting webpage must be served over HTTPS.
Note: that this will reduce the visible options in the Settings menu presented within Accounts.
Help Link Type
Determines how to show Cyclr help links; show Cyclr help links, hide Cyclr help Links or use custom help links. Default to “Show Cyclr help links”.
Custom Help Link URL
URL to use for all help links when Help Link Type is set to “Use custom help links”.
Custom Help Email Address
Email address to use for all helpdesk mailto links when Help Link Type is set to “Use custom help links”.
Host Source Whitelist
A comma separated list of host sources that can embed your Cyclr application using iframe. This value will be present in the Content-Security-Policy (CSP) header.
Account Concurrent Transaction Limit
Maximum concurrent transactions allowed for an end user account.
Each Cyclr Partner Console has a unique host name called the “Service Domain”.
The “default” Service Domain is typically:
To view your Service Domain, go to your Console then Settings > General Settings.
Where is the Service Domain used?
Your Service Domain appears in the Callback URL (also known as a “Redirect URL”) of your Console and is often required when creating an OAuth App in a third-party system.
Your Service Domain is also used in any Cyclr webhook URLs.
For information on how to use a custom domain, see the custom Service Domains documentation.
Some API providers, such as Google, require you to verify you control the domain used by a Callback/Redirect URL in an app.
When using Connectors that use those APIs (e.g. Google Sheets and Google Calendar), you must therefore set up a custom Service Domain to a domain you have DNS control over.
This is a URL Cyclr listens on as part of installing a Connector that works against an API using OAuth authentication.
Some systems may refer to this as a “redirect URL”.
It uses the Cyclr Partner Console’s unique Service Domain.
You can see your Callback URL by going to your Console then Connectors > Application Connector Library and viewing any Connector entry with a Padlock button.
One example of this is the Google Sheets Connector: