Microshare is a data leverage platform for the IoT era, providing a solution to sharing, privacy, security, audit, confidentiality, data monetization and cost savings. You can sign up for a free account at https://www.microshare.io/.
To add the integration in Console, go to Integrations on the left-hand menu. Select the integration to add - in this case, the Microshare integration as shown below.
Now we need to go over to the Microshare console and get our Pipe Token.
In the Microshare console, click on "Keys" at the bottom-left, then "Create New App" in the upper-right.
Now, we give it a name - in this case, we simply call it "Helium Console" and click "Create App".
Click on the "Generate a Token" button, select "Pipe Token" and click the "Create Token" button.
Now that the token is generated, let's copy it so that we can enter it into the Helium Console. Select the "Tokens" tab at the top of the screen, then click the Token itself to copy it to your clipboard.
Finally, let's paste in the token from Microshare in step 2 and name the integration in step 3. You will use this name to identify the integration when attaching it to devices.
Connecting Integrations to Devices
Devices or groups of devices (via labels) can be directly connected to integrations on the Flows Worskpace. Labels are identifiers used to group devices for easy management. To connect one or more devices to one or more integrations, simply connect the Device and Integration nodes on the Flows Workspace.
Quick video tutorial connecting devices to an integration here.
Node elements (devices, labels, integrations) need to be created before they're available on the Flows Workspace. More information about Flows here.