Zapier is a great tool for workflow automation, connecting web apps, and connecting APIs. The Zapier service allows users to create “ZAPS” which are workflows driven by an “TRIGGER” (such as a form submission) which results in an “ACTION” (such as adding the form submission information to a Google Sheet. The user-friendly Zapier interface makes it so that regular marketers like you and me can easily connect services and automate workflows.
In the post, we’ll review the Zapier service as well as the data sources and apps which you can connect to one another using it.
Zapier Connects to These Data Sources
|Data Source||Connection Idea||Read More|
|Create Trello cards from new Google Sheets spreadsheet rows||Read More|
|Tweet new RSS feed post||Read More|
|Save new Gmail attachments to Dropbox||Read More|
|Get daily Google Analytics reports in Slack||Read More|
|Add new MailChimp subscribers to a Google Sheets Spreadsheet as a new row||Read More|
|Create a new Google Calendar event from a new Trello card||Read More|
|Get Trello notifications in Telegram||Read More|
|Post new Facebook pages post to another Facebook page||Read More|
|Send email messages for new Google Drive documents||Read More|
|Save new Invoice Ninja invoices to Dropbox||Read More|
How Zapier Works
Zapier is a workflow automation and data connection tool which makes it easy to send information from one app, website, or service to another. Let’s say you have a form on your website and want to send all form submission to your sales manager via a text message. That’s Zapier!
What we like most about Zapier is the step-by-step, drag-and-drop tool which allows you to easily choose your data source, data endpoint, and baaam, automation complete without any programming knowledge.