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Zapier is a tool which allows you to collect and organize requests from contact forms. You can set it up in a way that all requests reach your Slack or Mailchimp account, fill in a Google Sheet and many more!

Start with Zapier

Login to your Zapier account. If you don't have one, register here.
You will need to add your site to your Zapier account. For that follow the link below and click “Accept invite & build a Zap”:

Adding your site to Zapier

Here's how it will look like:



Connect the services

In your Zapier account, click on Make a Zap!:



Search for the Sitebuilder Form and select the newest version:



The trigger fills in automatically. Click Continue:



Now you will need to choose which site the service is connected to. Click on the button here:



In the new window you will be asked to add Site ID and Secret key:



These can be found in your site settings. For that, select the Form integrations tab, choose Zapier, click on New service:



Site ID and Secret key will appear:



Copy them and enter in the relevant field on Zapier's end. Click Yes, continue:



The account will get linked to Zapier. Click Continue:



Choose the relevant contact form and click Continue:



Tip: the form name at Zapier corresponds to the form label in its settings:



You will be asked whether you want to test a form. We recommend you try doing this.

Setting up the apps on Zapier's end

Choose the apps that you will be working with:



Continue with customizing them - select the action and so on. When you reach the testing stage, leave it for a while - you'll come back to it in a few minutes.

Set the contact form on your site to send data to Zapier

Enter the editor of the site.
Open the contact form settings:



Navigate to the Integrations tab and turn on Zapier:



Choose a connection:



Testing

Go back to the Zapier account and try sending a test.

If the test is successful, you can finalize the process by naming your Zap and turning it on:



Congratulations!

Now the contact forms on your site will be sending data to the selected apps on Zapier.
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