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How to Use Webhooks with Zapier

Modified on Thu, 25 Apr 2024 at 03:33 PM

This document will walk through how to connect a webhook from ClickFunnels to a Zapier trigger. Doing so will allow integration with other applications and platforms by sending event data through Zapier when an event occurs in ClickFunnels. The Webhook trigger in Zapier requires a paid Premium Zapier account.

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Requirements

  • A paid Premium Zapier account.
  • A ClickFunnels 2.0 account.

Create the Zap Trigger in Zapier

  1. Log in to a paid Premium Zapier account.

  2. Create a new blank Zap. Please refer to Zapier’s documentation for specific instructions.

  3. Select the “Webhooktrigger.

    webhook trigger

  4. Select “Catch Hook” from the “Event” dropdown menu.

    event dropdown

  5. Click the “Continue” button.

    continue button

  6. Optionally, enter a Child Key to pick off. For details about this option, contact Zapier support.

    child key field

  7. Click the “Continue” button.

    continue button

  8. Click the “Copy” button to copy the Webhook URL provided by Zapier.

    copy button

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Create the Webhook in ClickFunnels

  1. Follow the steps outlined in “How to Manage Webhooks” to create a new webhook.

  2. Paste the Webhook URL provided by Zapier while creating the Zap Webhook trigger into the “URL” field while creating the webhook.

    url field

  3. Remember to select which event types will trigger this Webhook. Please consider that not all event types send the same information. We recommend you test which event type will gather the information you need.

    See our developer documentation for details about event types and payloads.

    event types

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Test the Webhook

The Webhook must be tested to finish creating the Zap. To do so, the selected event must be triggered in the ClickFunnels account. For example, if the contact.created event was selected, then a new contact must be created in the ClickFunnels account.

See our developer documentation for details about how specific event types are triggered.

  1. Perform an action that will trigger the event you selected.

  2. Once the event occurs, return to the Zap in Zapier and click the “Test Trigger” button.

  3. A message confirming that a request was found should appear along with the webhook data.

    request data found

  4. Click the “Continue” button to set up the action for the Zap.

    continue button

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Additional Information

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