To simplify the handling of web-hooks, we recommend a service called Zapier.
Zapier integrates with almost all marketing, auto-responder providers available.
Here we have brought you a small example: Sending the new live class registration information to Gmail via Zapier.
Step 1: Login to your Zapier account. Click on the "Create Zap" button to create a Zap.
Step 2: Choose "Zenler" app from the app list.
Step 3: Choose Trigger "New Live Class Registration" from the trigger list.
Step 4: Connect your Zenler account.
While connecting a new account, you have to submit API key and Subdomain of your Zenler account in the form.
Then click "Yes, Continue".
Step 5: In this step, click "Test trigger".
Zapier will help you to continue a testing of the integration.
It will show sample data or last live class registration details like this.
Here you can proceed by just clicking "Continue".
Step 6: Now your trigger step is finished and you need to set up the action step.
Choose an "Action app" from Zapier that can hold a trigger from your Zenler school
(We are choosing Gmail in this example).
Step 7: Select an action event from the list of actions that Gmail provided
(We are choosing Send mail in this example).
Click "Continue" to proceed.
Step 8: Select a Gmail account or add a new one to handle the trigger.
Then you can click on the "Continue" button and connect your Gmail account with Zapier account.
Step 9: Fill the fields to create a Zap between "Zenler" and "Gmail".
You can also eliminate the optional information.
Step 10: Choose the details that you want to receive on Gmail while a student registers a live class in your Zenler School in your mail body content.
You can draft your own mail content using these values.
Then click "Continue".
Step 11: Click "Test & Continue" Zapier will help you to continue with a testing of the integration.
Step 12: You have successfully created a Zap. Now you can turn on the zap in this step.
When you turn on this app, this app works every time when a new user registers your zenler live class.
It will send an email, as we have configured.