To simplify the handling of webhooks, we recommend a service called Zapier. Zapier integrates with almost all marketing, auto-responder providers available.

One example would be Sending the new student signup information to Gmail via Zapier.

Step 1: Log in to your Zapier account. Click on the ‘Make a Zap’ button to create a Zap.

Step 2: Choose ‘Zenler’ app from the app list.

Step 3: Choose Trigger ‘New user’ from the trigger list and click ‘Save + Continue’ to proceed.

Step 4: Connect your New Zenler account. 

While connecting a new account, you have to submit the API key and Subdomain of your New Zenler account in the form.

Then click ‘Yes, Continue’.

Step 5: In this step, click ‘TEST & CONTINUE’. Zapier will help you to continue with the testing of the successful integration.

If you clicked ‘TEST & REVIEW’, It will show sample data or the last user registered in your school like this:

Here you can proceed by just clicking ‘Done Editing’.

Step 6: Now your trigger step is finished and you need to set up the action step. Add an action step. 

Choose an ‘Action App’ from Zapier that can hold a trigger from your New Zenler school.

Step 7: Select ‘Gmail Action’ to be carried out as a result of the Trigger. 

Step 8: Select a Gmail action from the dropdown list.

Step 9: Select a ‘Gmail Account’ to handle the trigger.

Then you can click on the CONTINUE button and connect your Gmail account with Zapier account. 

Step 10: Fill in the fields to create a Zap between ‘New Zenler’ and ‘Gmail’; you can also eliminate the optional information.

Step 11: Choose the student details that you want to receive on Gmail while new students sign up for your New Zenler School.

Then continue.

Step 12: In the next step the Zapier will help you to continue with the testing of the successful integration.

Step 13: Then click on ‘TEST & CONTINUE’ to proceed.

You will be able to receive a mail with Student’s signup details in your Gmail account.

Step 14: You have successfully created a Zap. Now you can turn on the zap with a new name.

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