Zapier allows anyone to integrate with over 1000 other apps like Google Sheets, Slack and Salesforce without writing a single line of code.
Specifically, it enables you to create connections that pass information from one app to another. For example, you might use Zapier to:
- Distribute and verify coupons and vouchers via Google Sheets.
- Alert your Slack channel of a flow response.
- Add contacts who complete a Typeform embedded in your website to a flow.
- Add new Salesforce contacts to flows.
- Use HookPress to trigger flows from actions taken on your Wordpress site.
How it Works
Zapier watches your apps for new data and kicks off triggers and actions based on the rules you set. Each trigger and action pairing is called a 'zap'. Here are some examples:
The Zapier app currently has one action and one trigger with our platform, though we're happy to explore additions based on your feedback.
The action, 'Start Flow', allows you to start one or more contacts in a flow using data from another app.
The trigger, 'Flow Event', sends all of the responses collected by a flow up to the 'Call Zapier' step to the app of your choice.
Try it Out
If you haven't already, head over to Zapier to discover more use cases and sign up for a free account. You can use the templates listed below to get started:
Add new flow responses to new rows on Google Sheets
Post new flow responses to a Slack channel
Create Zendesk tickets from new flow events
Create Freshdesk tickets from new flow events
Add new Mailchimp subscribers to a flow
Create HubSpot contacts from new flow events
Add Mailchimp subscribers from new flow events
Add new Typeform respondents to a flow
Create Zoho CRM leads from new flow events
Add Salesforce contacts from a new flow event
Have a workflow you need to automate, but aren't sure how? We're happy to help. Click the support widget to the bottom right of the screen to start a conversation.
Be sure to check out this helpful video on setting up a 'flow event' Zapier trigger: