Connect your MoreApp forms with any other tool using Zapier and Webhooks. Follow the steps!
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In this Help Center post, you will learn how to create a Zap to connect MoreApp with any other system. You have the option to integrate with over 1,500 other apps. For example:
To start using the integration, you need to have at least one MoreApp form in your account. If you do not have any forms yet, access the MoreApp Platform, go to the Forms tab and click on + Create a new form.
1. Create a Zap
Access Zapier and click on Create Zap. In order to create a Zap, you need to configure two events: the Trigger and the Action.
2. Configure the Trigger
Start by configuring the Trigger. Click on the Search apps bar, type Webhooks in the search bar and select Webhooks by Zapier.
Now, as a Trigger Event, select Catch Hook and click on Continue.
Zapier will generate a Custom Webhook URL and you can click on Copy to get a copy of this URL.
3. Add a Webhook
Go to MoreApp Platform, open Settings and access the Webhooks tab.
Click on Add, give the webhook a name and paste the Custom Webhook URL that you just created. On Event types, choose submission.created and click on Save.
Note: Find more about how to use Webhooks here.
4. Test the Trigger
Now, you need to do a submission with any of your MoreApp forms. This is needed to let the webhook know that there is data.
Once the submission is done, go to Zapier to test the Trigger. Click again on Continue and then click on Test trigger.
If you have configured everything properly, you will get the message: We found a request! and you will be able to Continue with the setup.
5. Configure the Action
It is time to add an Action! You can choose the app that you prefer to integrate with MoreApp. For example, connect your form with Google Sheets and create a new row each time a submission is created.
In this case, as Action Event, you will need to choose the option Create Spreadsheet Row(s) and then, connect it to the Google Sheets account that you use.
Note: On your Spreadsheet, add all the columns you need for the export of data.
After that, on Zapier, you will need to select the Spreadsheet where the data will be exported and map the fields horizontally with the information of your form.
In order to configure it, each Row needs to have the data from your form fields. Under the section Rows, click on Enter text or insert data and find the correct field of your form.
6. Test the Action
To finish with the configuration of your integration, click on Test & Review so you can check if it actually works well. A new row will be added to your sheet!
7. Turn your Zap on
Once everything is configured, it is time to publish your zap! You can first give your Zap a name by clicking Name your zap in the upper left corner. After, click on the button OFF so it turns the Zap ON.
8. Extra: Pro trick
If you only want to export the data of one specific form into the Spreadsheet, create a filter. Click on the + between your Trigger and your Action and select the option Filter.
Using this option, the action will only take place if this condition fulfils. For this example, select Data Info Form ID as a filter and copy the id of the corresponding form. Only the submissions of this form will be sent to the sheet!
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