bookmark_borderSetting Up the Zapier Feed

Setting Up Your Zapier Feed

Setting up your Zapier feed and creating your Zap is a process dependent on each other. You may start with the article Setting up Your Zapier Zap to create both. This article gives a more detailed explanation of the information you fill out for the Zapier Feed in your Form’s Settings.

  1. Screen Shot 2015-08-03 at 2.18.06 PM To access the feed setup, view your form under Forms, hover over settings, and select Zapier from the drop down.

  2. create new feed Once you are in the Zapier Form Settings, select create one or the Add New button to create a Zapier Feed.

  3. Screen Shot 2015-08-03 at 2.59.21 PM Once you have selected Create One, the Zapier options will display. Create your Zap Name. This name is here to give you an idea of what Zap is being executed upon submission of the form.

  4. Webhook URL Now it is important that you have copied your Webhook URL, from Zapier.com. If you have the Webhook URL, paste it in the appropriate box. If you do not have your URL, visit Setting up your Zapier Zap to learn how to obtain it.

  5. active Now that you have copied and pasted your Webhook URL, you will be able to select either Inactive or Active as the form submission status. By default this form is active. An inactive form will not trigger your action, however, an active form will.

  6. Conditional Logic Conditional Logic appears as the last option in your Zapier settings. If you would like a certain condition to be met before the form submission is passed on to Zapier, then Enable Conditional Logic and set your conditions.

  7. zapierfeeds After you have created your Zapier feed, go back to your Zapier Form Settings, and you should see your new feed. The article Setting up your Zapier Zap explains how the feed interacts with the Zap created on Zapier’s site.

Last modified: March 27, 2018