I installed the ManyWho OS in my Developer instance of SFDC. Is this correct or should it be in my normal instance?
Install ManyWho in the Salesforce instance you want to use to build apps. You may want to use the Salesforce Developer edition to build and test your apps, before deploying them to production.
The org you are using will affect the authentication URL, which is required to add the service in ManyWho (Find this in the 'Adding Salesforce Service in ManyWho' section, Step #8. You can find more info on authentication URLs here.
You are welcome, Pradeep! Happy building!
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