Note: You have to have a paid account to use this integration.

This is how you can integrate and sync your email template with Marketo.

First, go to your workspace settings in Chamaileon and click 'Integrations''. 

Find Marketo integration and name it.

To get the Client ID, Client Secret, Endpoint URL, and Identity URL, you have to log in to your Marketo account.

Follow this tutorial for more details:

Here are the steps you need to follow:

Step 1. Create a Role in Marketo

Create a role for the integration: specific what kind of conditions Chamaileon will have in Marketo.
Go to ''Admin'' in Marketo.

Under ''Users & Roles'' click ''Roles''.

Then click ''New Role''.

Choose permission: Read/Write Assets

Step 2. Create a User

Create a user in Marketo workspace and assign a role for it created in step 1 (with the Read/Write Assets permissions).

Click ''Users'' in the ''Users & Roles'' tab and then ''Invite New User''.

Add email, first name, last name and click next.

Step 3. Create a Custom Service

This will serve as the “link” between Marketo & Chamaileon.
Under integration click ''LaunchPoint'' and then ''New''.

You can name it for example ''Chamaileon integration''.

Step 4. Copy the “Client ID” and “Client Secret” Information

Under “View details” in Custom Service, find and copy your Client ID and Client Secret to Chamaileon.

Here is where you paste it in Chamaileon.

Step 5. Copy the “Endpoint” and “Identity” Information

Under “Rest API” in Custom Service, find and copy your Endpoint and Identity.

Step 6. Paste Your Information In Chamaileon

Under “Integrations” in your Chamaileon workspace, choose Marketo and paste your:

  • Client ID
  • Client Secret
  • Endpoint
  • Identity

Step 7. Sync HTML Emails To Marketo in one click!

When you finish your email template design, simply click on “Sync to...” and choose your Marketo integration. 

Now you can go to Marketo and your email template will be there in the ''Design studio'' under ''Email templates''.

Let us know if you have more questions!

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