Welcome to the WhenHub Developer Platform

Here, you'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with WhenHub as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

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Getting Started

Our API makes it easy for developers to programmatically create and manage schedules and schedule content (events, media etc.) To learn more about the different working pieces of the WhenHub Platform and how they all come together, see the Overview page or go to the WhenHub website and take a look around.

Then follow these steps to begin working with the API:

1. Create a WhenHub Account

Visit the WhenHub Studio to create an account. You can use Google, GitHub, LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter to sign up. We recommend using your Google account so that all of the features are enabled.

2. Get Your Access Token

You will need to get an access token in order to work with our API. Go to your WhenHub Account Profile Page where all your account information is located. You can also click your photo in the top right hand corner of the Studio and select 'Profile'.

Copy the access token from the page. If needed, this is where you can reset your access token.

3. Create Your First Schedule

Now you're ready to create your first schedule! Use the access token from your account and make a call to the API using this guide: Create a new schedule. If you need more help understanding our API, continue on to the next sections, they will dive deeper into the API and the data objects you will be receiving.

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