Singular - Amazon AppFlow


The following are the requirements and connection instructions for using Singular with Amazon AppFlow.


You can use Singular as a source only.


  • You must provide Amazon AppFlow with an API key. For more information about retrieving your client ID and client secret, see Authentication in the Singular documentation.

  • The date range for the flow cannot exceed 30 days.

  • The flow cannot return more than 100,000 records.

Connection instructions

To connect to Singular while creating a flow
  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and open the Amazon AppFlow console at

  2. Choose Create flow.

  3. For Flow details, enter a name and description for the flow.

  4. (Optional) To use a customer managed CMK instead of the default AWS managed CMK, choose Data encryption, Customize encryption settings and then choose an existing CMK or create a new one.

  5. (Optional) To add a tag, choose Tags, Add tag and then enter the key name and value.

  6. Choose Next.

  7. Choose Singular from the Source name dropdown list.

  8. Choose Connect to open the Connect to Singular dialog box.

    1. Under API key, enter your API key.

    2. Under Data encryption, enter your AWS KMS key.

    3. Under Connection name, specify a name for your connection.

    4. Choose Connect.

  9. You will be redirected to the Singular login page. When prompted, grant Amazon AppFlow permissions to access your Singular account.

Now that you are connected to your Singular account, you can continue with the flow creation steps as described in Creating flows in Amazon AppFlow.


If you aren’t connected successfully, ensure that you have followed the instructions in the Requirements section.


  • When you use Singular as a source, you can run schedule-triggered flows at a maximum frequency of one flow run per hour.

Supported destinations

When you create a flow that uses Singular as the data source, you can set the destination to any of the following connectors:

  • Amazon Connect

  • Amazon Honeycode

  • Lookout for Metrics

  • Amazon Redshift

  • Amazon S3

  • Marketo

  • Salesforce

  • Snowflake

  • Upsolver

  • Zendesk

You can also set the destination to any custom connectors that you create with the Amazon AppFlow Custom Connector SDKs for Python or Java . You can download these SDKs from GitHub.

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