In Claspo, you can integrate the Zapier webhooks service.
Webhooks are preconfigured automated messages sent between apps—a notification that includes detailed information and is triggered in case of new items or events.
Adding Zapier integration in Claspo
When creating a new widget, the Integration step suggests adding a new integration. Proceed as follows:
Click Add Zapier webhook.
Type the name in the Integration name field.
Click Open Zapier to Log in to your Zapier account.
On your Dashboard in Zapier, click Create Zap on the left panel.
Type your zap name in the Name your zap field.
On the Trigger step, search for and select the Webhooks by Zapier app.
Click the dropdown list and select the Catch Hook trigger event, then click Continue.
Copy the generated webhook URL from the Custom webhook URL field.
Optionally, select the Silent mode checkbox if you don’t want to receive content in the response from Zapier.
Optionally, type the specific key in the Pick off a Child Key field if you want Zapier to use it from the request you make to the webhook URL. Use it in case you need only a subset of the data that is sent to the webhook.
Go back to Claspo and paste the URL in the Webhook URL field.
Optionally, type the field name in the Field mapping section.
Type the static field names and the values in the corresponding fields. Add more static fields as required by clicking Add static fields, then click Done to finish the Zapier webhook integration in Claspo.
Testing Zapier webhooks
The Claspo widget connected to your Zapier webhook URL will send data to it whenever a new event occurs.
To test a webhook trigger:
Send a request to the Zapier webhook URL. You can click the widget connected to Zapier webhook on the site where it is placed.
Click Test trigger in Zapier. If the data sent to the webhook URL is found, the step shows that the data has been received successfully.
If Zapier has not received the data sent to the webhook URL, recheck the webhook settings in Claspo to ensure that Zapier's webhooks URL was added correctly.
See the Zapier webhook documentation for detailed information.