How to connect AutomatorWP with Zapier

Zapier is the most famous tool that connects services between them. Nowadays, nocode professionals use this well-known tool to boost their projects and bring them new possibilities without costly development. Now, with the AutomatorWP webhook add-on, you can connect your WordPress plugins with almost everything on the World Wide Web.

What do you need

How to send data to Zapier

On your Zapier account:

  1. Create a new Zap.
  2. Choose as a trigger catch a webhook.
  3. Copy the URL to send the data.

On your WordPress site:

  1. Set the trigger with the action you would like to catch and send it to Zapier. For this example, we will use “When a logged user views any page”.
  2. Set the action AutomatorWP > Send data to Webhook.
  3. Paste the URL you have copied before on your Zapier Trigger.
  4. Select send a POST request and fill pair keys with the data you would like to catch.

On Zapier again:

  1. Test if you have received the dummy content from your WordPress Site.
  2. Configure de action. For this example, we will store the data on a Google Sheet.
  3. Finish the configuration of the action.
  4. Activate the zap and enjoy.

How to receive data from Zapier

On your WordPress site:

  1. Set the trigger AutomatorWP > Receive data from webhook.
  2. Click on webhook and copy the URL
  3. Fill the key pars you would like to receive. For this example we will use a title and content to create a post from Google Sheet.
  4. Set the action Add action > WordPress > Create a Post.
  5. Fill data title > tag menu > receive data from a webhook > title and in the same for the content field.
  6. Save the Action and the Automation.

On your Zapier Account:

  1. Create a zap
  2. Choose as a trigger Google Sheet and as event trigger “New Spreadsheet Row” and select your account, spreadsheet and sheet.
  1. Add an action, search by webhook, select event POST and paste the URL that AutomatorWP generates before.
  2. Fill the data entering the same keys you have created on WordPress side.
  3. Test the fields and activate your Zap.

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