To simplify the handling of webhooks, 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 funnel subscription information to Gmail via Zapier.
Step 1: Log in to your Zapier account. Click on the "Create Zap" button to create a Zap.
Step 2: Choose the "Zenler" app from the app list.
Step 3: Choose Trigger "New Funnel Subscription" from the trigger list.
Step 4: Connect your Zenler account.
While connecting a new account, you have to submit the 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 testing the integration.
It will show sample data or last funnel subscription 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 your 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 user subscribes marketing funnel 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 the 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 subscribes to your zenler funnels.
It will send an email, as we have configured.