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The Twilio connector can be used to sync your Twilio data. It supports full refresh sync for all streams and incremental sync for the Alerts, Calls, Conferences, Message Media, Messages, Recordings and Usage Records streams.

Output schema

Several output streams are available from this source:


Full Refresh SyncYes
Incremental SyncYes
Replicate Incremental DeletesNo
SSL connectionYes

Performance considerations

The Twilio connector will gracefully handle rate limits. For more information, see the Twilio docs for rate limitations.

Get in touch with Twilio Sales to talk to them about your use case and request an increased concurrency limit.

Getting started


  • Twilio Account
  • Twilio Account SID and Auth Token to authenticate API requests.

Setup guide

Twilio HTTP requests to the REST API are protected with HTTP Basic authentication. In short, you will use your Twilio Account SID as the username and your Auth Token as the password for HTTP Basic authentication.

You can find your Account SID and Auth Token on your dashboard.

See docs for more details.


VersionDatePull RequestSubject
0.1.62022-06-2214000Update Records stream schema and align tests with connectors' best practices
0.1.52022-06-2213896Add lookback window parameters to fetch messages with a rolling window and catch status updates
0.1.42022-04-2212157Use Retry-After header for backoff
0.1.32022-04-2012183Add new subresource on the call stream + declare a valid primary key for conference_participants stream
0.1.22021-12-239092Correct specification doc URL
0.1.12021-10-187034Update schemas and transform data types according to the API schema
0.1.02021-07-024070Native Twilio connector implemented