Introduction to Zapier
Zapier is an online automation tool that connects your apps and services. You can connect two or more apps to automate repetitive tasks without coding or relying on developers to build the integration. A Zapier integration can connect Pelcro's API to the Zapier platform and let it integrate with 3,800+ other popular apps to watch for new or updated data, find existing data, or create and update data.
You can visit the Zapier website for more information on tools, capabilities, and the thousands of apps you can connect with Pelcro.
Pelcro triggers and actions on Zapier
Every connection, or Zap, consists of a trigger on one end, and an action on the other.
Every Zap starts with one trigger powered by either a webhook subscription that watches for new data as it comes in, or a polling API call to check for new data periodically.
Triggers are how your app’s users can start automated workflows whenever they add or update something in your app. New emails, messages, blog posts, subscribers, form entries, commits, and much more are the initial data that underpin every Zap.
Here are the triggers currently supported by Pelcro on Zapier:
- Customer Created
- Customer Updated
- Newsletter Created
- Newsletter Updated
- Subscription Created
You can find more information on how to use a trigger on the Zapier website, or see an example of a Pelcro trigger here :
All Zaps start with a trigger that watches for new or updated data. They get the ball rolling. Everything a Zap does with that data, though, is done by actions. Action steps in Zaps can create new items in an app or update existing items with a create action, or find existing items in an app with search actions.
Here are the actions currently supported by Pelcro on Zapier:
- Create Customer
- Create Newsletter
- Update Newsletter
- Create Subscription
You can find more information on how to use an action on the Zapier website, or see an example of a Pelcro action here :
Updated 8 months ago