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WEBINAR: Zapier and Wufoo Dynamic Demo

By Michael Lim · April 9th, 2015

So you already know that Wufoo is well, pretty darn great at making it easy to collect information online buuuut, that’s just part of the Big Picture. Once you’ve got all those shiny new entries, you probably want to do something with the data, right? Whether you’re looking to build up your email marketing list, collect some new sales leads, or just export the entries into an online spreadsheet for later, Zapier is the way to go.

It’s no secret we’re big fans of Zapier here at Wufoo (and vice versa), but for users not in the know, here’s a quick rundown. Zapier connects a ton of apps together, allowing you to integrate the services you use without a single line of custom code. By automating these connections, Zapier helps you save the time and money that you would have to spend to build the integration yourself, or to hire a developer.

Wufoo + Zapier is such a dynamic duo that we recently co-hosted a webinar to help spread the word. Here are just a few things we covered: - Why you might want to automate a connection between Wufoo and your email marketing, project managment systems, or chat programs - Creating new integrations with Google Spreadsheets, Emma, and Trello - Setting up a Zapier trigger to automate a new integration - How to use filters in Zapier for advanced logic like our Rule Builder

If you have any suggestions or requests for future guides on using Wufoo and Zapier together, let us know in the Comments below!

Don’t forget to check out our comprehensive and handy Guides page to help you do even more awesome things with your forms.

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  1. Please edit the silent FOUR MINUTES off the front end of this video!

    Posted 2 years ago by Cindy.
  2. Everyone needs a hug.

    Posted 2 years ago by Blackwall.
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