Zapier is a web-based application to connect different apps and tools. While Feathery offers a certain amount of native integrations, you might want to integrate other specific apps or tools with your forms. Use Zapier to connect 5,000+ software apps with Feathery to create your perfect workflow.
Navigate to the Feathery form that you'd like to integrate with Zapier. Click on the Integrations tab.
Open the Zapier integration and click Activate.
You’ll be redirected to Zapier's website and asked to accept an invite to integrate Feathery and Zapier. Click Accept Invite and Build a Zap.
In Zapier, click Create Zap.
Search apps and select Feathery. Once selected, choose your trigger event. The two options are form completion, which triggers when one of your end users completes the form, and data received, which triggers when any data is received from a form being filled out (including step submission, connecting integrations, custom code).
Once chosen, connect your Feathery account to Zapier by copying and pasting your Feathery API Key, which can be found in Settings in your Feathery dashboard.
Once your account is connected, set up your Feathery form submission trigger by entering the name of your form and the IDs of fields whose values you wish to receive (leave blank if you wish to receive all fields).
Finally, test the trigger with a new form submission to ensure your zap is set up correctly. The payload should be a mapping from field ID to field value, as specified by the user.
You are now set up with your first Zap and can begin connecting and sending to 5,000+ apps supported by Zapier!
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