Zapier

Zapier

Mavenseed sends information to Zapier like when a new customer subscription is created, or a payment is made. This is done by creating an app in Zapier (it's super easy), and copy and pasting a URL into the settings in Mavenseed. We'll send the following records to your Zapier supplied URL when they are created.
  • Customer name & Email
  • Order & Customer ID
  • Payment and Tax information,
  • Question Title & Link,
Follow the steps below to get Mavenseed connected to your Zapier account.
Step 1: Create App on Zapier
After creating a free account, click on the "Make a Zap!" button.
Recently Zapier has required a premium plan to access web hooks as an event. Learn more at http://zapier.com
Step 2: Type in Web Hooks in the search bar and chose Web hooks by Zapier.
On the next screen, choose your Trigger Event as Catch Hook
Step 3: Setup Trigger
After setting the app type as Webhooks, select "Catch Hook" as the trigger and then press Continue.
Step 4: Save Webhook into Mavenseed
After selecting "Catch Hook" in Step 3 above, it will take you to a Customize Webhook URL and a few more options.
Here is where you'll create the connection to Mavenseed.
Copy the Custom Webhook URL from Zapier and paste it into Mavenseed's Site Admin > Settings > Integrations page.
Step 5: Sending your sample data payload to Zapier's webhook.
What this means is your going to send sample data to the URL you just copied into your MS integration field. This will give you sample data to begin working with to craft your next steps.
Step 6: Test and find your data
With your Zapier URL entered in on Mavenseed, and your test data payload sent, we can click Test & Continue.
If successful you'll be proceeded to #2 within Zapier to begin setting up the wide variety of things you could do with this data. Drastically expanding the capabilities of your Mavenseed site.
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