Multiple User Credentials

Best Practices, Product
SendGrid Credentials

Username and PasswordWe are extremely pleased to announce the release of a new SendGrid feature that allows administrators to create and manage additional user access to SendGrid features. Having “MultiAuth” or multiple credentials provides multiple users the ability to send messages without requiring access to the administrator’s credentials. Read More ›

SendGrid’s API Workshop – Interactive API Documentation

Brandon West Best Practices, Product, Technical

We have updated this system and moved it, please check out our Code Workshop here.

Sometimes it’s easier to understand how something works by seeing it in action rather than by reading about it. To make it easier to explore what our API is capable of and let customers try out API calls without having to write code, we’ve created our API Workshop.

Ready to take it for a spin? Start by putting in your SendGrid credentials:

API Workshop Credentials

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Hacking the Midwest


When I heard that SendGrid was one of the API sponsors for Hack the Midwest on June 2nd and 3rd in Kansas City, I jumped at the chance to represent us there.  Although I was actually born in Kansas City, it had been nearly ten years since I’d been back, and I was super excited to see what the tech and startup scene had to offer.

Nearly 100 local hackers showed up to demo their skills at the competition.  Teams came in all shapes and sizes –  some from local startups, others comprised of groups of local tech enthusiasts.  There was even a father-son pair that ended up taking home some awesome prizes! Read More ›

SendGrid Wins at Colorado Companies to Watch and Red Herring North America 100


We are thrilled to announce that in the past month we were the recipients of two prestigious awards, Colorado Companies to Watch and Red Herring North America 100.

Colorado Companies to Watch honors 50 Colorado-based companies that demonstrate high performance in the marketplace, innovation in their product or service, and leadership in their field. Presented by the Edward Lowe Foundation, the companies that receive this award are chosen based on their valuable product, contribution to the Colorado economy by providing quality jobs, and positive impact on the community. The resulting list pulls from many industries, from organic foods to engineering firms, and we are honored to be in such great company.

The Red Herring North America 100 recognizes the most promising private ventures on the continent. This list is based off rigorous criteria including financial performance, market penetration, management quality, and technological innovation. Later this year, SendGrid will compete for a spot on the Red Herring Global 100 list.

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SendGrid Joins Forces With Engine Yard

Best Practices, Company, Partnerships, Product

We are very excited to announce a SendGrid partnership with Engine Yard, a leading PaaS (Platform as a Service) company that empowers rapid and cost effective software application innovation. Engine Yard’s powerful platform provides a complete commercial grade solution to enable developers the freedom to focus on building great applications rather than managing an intricate platform. Read More ›

My First Week At SendGrid


It’s been an exciting whirlwind so far to join the developer relations team at SendGrid! In my first week I attended a conference, traveled to the SendGrid offices in Anaheim, met customers and my new co-workers plus enjoyed one of the most delicious hamburgers I’ve ever had!
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A Startup Weekend for the record books: the SLC community is fo realz

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A few weeks ago, I took a tiny plane over the Rockies to Salt Lake City to attend our first Startup Weekend as Global Sponsors.  Our good pal (and loyal customer), Al Doan, was the local organizer of @SWSaltLake, and he did an amazing job facilitating the first ever SW for the SLC startup community.

When Al moved to SLC a few months ago, he set out to play a role in strengthening the community. He noticed an untapped potential, given the plethora of talented, intelligent people that seemed to be missing a venue in which they could express themselves and create new things. People told him that a Startup Weekend couldn’t happen – “No one will come out on Sunday” … “It’s been tried before, and it failed,” he was told.

Al wasn’t convinced, and as it turns out, the community was right there with him. Personally, as soon as I found out that Al was behind the effort to bring Startup Weekend to a new city, I was committed, and thus, so was SendGrid. Read More ›