By connecting Flowdash and Zapier, you can connect your workflows to thousands of application you already use and love.
There are two primary ways of integrating Flowdash with Zapier:
- Create or update tasks in Flowdash using Zapier
- Trigger a Zap using a Flowdash action
In order to create new tasks in Flowdash using Zapier, we will be using
Webhooks action to trigger a
POST request to Flowdash.
- In Flowdash, open the import from API modal
- In Zapier, create a
- Configure the Zapier
Webhookto match your Flowdash workflow API configuration. Specifically, you should update:
URLto match the Flowdash workflow URL. The format should be:
https://app.flowdash.com/api/v1/workflows/<unique workflow token>/tasks
Request Typeshould be set to
Datashould have contain your Field names along with the desired value.
Updating an existing task
If your workflow contains a
Unique IDfield type, in cases where a task already exists with the unique ID, the API call will update a task rather than creating a new one.
All fields do not have to be added to Zapier webhook. However, you always need to include required fields.
In order to trigger a Zap from Flowdash, we need to connect an Action from the Flow editor to a Zapier
- In Zapier, creating a
When creating the catch hook, it will generate a Custom Webhook URL such as
- In Flowdash, from the Flow editor, let's add an
API Callstep to one of our actions:
- Insert the Zapier Webhook URL as Flowdash's API call URL and save changes
- You're fully set up!
Testing the trigger
In order to test the integration, you can click
Test Triggerin Zapier. Then manually trigger the action in Flowdash using a test record. You will notice that all of the task's fields get submitted to Zapier to use with other integrations.
Updated 7 months ago