Zapier lets you connect Quiltt to thousands of the most popular web services. Automated connections called Zaps, set up in minutes with no coding, can automate your day-to-day tasks and build workflows between apps.
Each Zap has one app as the Trigger, where your information comes from and which causes one or more Actions in other apps, where your data gets sent automatically.
A trigger that starts a workflow could be when:
- a user's Profile is created or updated
- a user's Connection is created
An action in another app that uses the data could be:
- sending an email or Slack message
- creating a row in a Google Sheets document
Link to this section#How do I connect Quiltt to Zapier?
- Log in to your Zapier account or create a new account.
- Navigate to "My Apps" from the top menu bar.
- Now click on "Add connection..." and search for "Quiltt"
- Use your API Secret from the Quiltt Dashboard to connect your Quiltt account to Zapier.
- Once that's done you can start creating an automation. Use a pre-made Zap or create your own with the Zap Editor.
- Need inspiration? See everything that's possible with Quiltt and Zapier.
Link to this section#Create your first Zap
With your Quiltt account connected to Zapier, you can start creating your first zap.
Link to this section#Step 1: Create a Zap
Go to the "Zaps" section of your Zapier account and click on the "Make a Zap" button.
Link to this section#Step 2: Choose Quiltt as the trigger app
The first step in creating a zap is to choose Quiltt as the trigger app. This means that Quiltt will trigger an action in another app.
Link to this section#Step 3: Select the trigger event
After choosing Quiltt as the trigger app, select the specific trigger event for your zap. This could be when a user's profile is created in Quiltt.
Link to this section#Step 4: Select the action app
Next, select the action app, which could be Google Sheets, Gmail, or any other app connected to Zapier.
Link to this section#Step 5: Choose the action
After selecting the action app, choose the specific action for your zap. This could be creating creating a new row in a Google Sheets document, or sending an email in Gmail.
Link to this section#Step 6: Set up the template
The final step is to set up the template for your zap. This will allow you to specify the details of the action, such as which row to create or the contents of the email.
Link to this section#Step 7: Turn on your zap
Once you've set up your zap, turn it on by clicking the "On" button. Your zap is now live and will automatically trigger the specified action in the action app whenever the trigger event occurs in Quiltt.