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LeadSnap Zapier Integration

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What is Zapier?

Zapier is a third-party company, that integrates with more than 2,000 different applications and can extend the functionality of LeadSnap in many directions. To get started you must have a Zapier account, you can sign up here:  Zapier works on triggers for events. So the basic is, you create an action or a series of actions that happen when a certain event is triggered. It's a very powerful system, you can use conditional logic, make exceptions, do calculations. If you want to do something where there is predictable data there is a good chance that Zapier can automate the process for you.

  • Zapier is the glue that connects thousands of web apps.
  • Zaps are workflows that connect your apps, so they can work together.
  • Zaps start with a trigger—an event in one of your apps that kicks off your workflow.
  • Zaps automate tasks in the background.


A Zap is an automated workflow between your apps. For example, you may have a Zap that saves your Gmail attachments to Dropbox and another Zap that saves emails that you star in Gmail to a text file. Zaps consist of at least two parts: a trigger and one or more actions.


A trigger is an event in an app that starts the Zap. Once you set up a Zap, Zapier will monitor the app for that event. For the save Gmail attachments to Dropbox example, you can receive a lot of emails through your Gmail account, but the Zap isn't triggered until an email contains an attachment.


An action is the event that completes the Zap. For the save Gmail attachments to Dropbox example, the action is uploading the attachment from your email to Dropbox.

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