How to Integrate Picreel With Zapier
Create high-quality lead generation popups and send data seamlessly to apps we do not integrate with natively. You can export campaign data to third-party services, such as Sendy, Mailchimp, and many more, through Zapier integration. All you need to do is create Zap.
Set up Picreel as your trigger application to perform an action in the other app.
A great example of using Zapier would be mapping campaign data to your Sendy account through Zap. Suppose your popup campaign collects the email of visitors. It will automatically trigger an action to update a list in your Sendy account.
Benefits of integrating Picreel with Zapier:
Connect Picreel with 700+ web apps if there is no native integration of Picreel with those third-party services
Automate repetitive tasks and streamline workflows to save time and boost efficiency
To connect Picreel with third-party services through Zapier, follow these steps:
First, you have to configure the export of campaign data from within the Picreel.
Step 1: Go to “Leads” on the left panel and select “Mail Apps.”
Step 2: Search Zapier to configure the data export and follow the screenshot instructions
Choose a campaign whose data you wish to export.
Add a tag for easy identification.
Check “Export to Zapier service.”
Note: You can wish to hide leads after exporting them to Zapier. Check “Hide leads after export.”
Once done, click Save.
Step 1: Log in to your Zapier account.
If you do not already have one, create a new account.
Step 2: Click “Create Zap” on the left panel.
Step 3: On the next page, choose the app. Search “Picreel” and select it from the typeahead field.
Step 4: Now, choose the event for your trigger. Here, it will be “New Lead.” It will start the Zap. Click Continue.
Step 5: Next, connect your Picreel account from which you want to export lead data. Click Sign in, and a new window opens.
Step 6: Paste the API key from your Picreel account to set up the connection.
Navigate to the profile icon in the top right and click Account Settings. Locate the API key under Profile Details.
Step 7: Click Continue to proceed to the setup part.
Step 8: To set up your trigger, choose the campaign whose data you wish to export to Zapier. Click Continue
Step 9: The last step is to test the trigger. Click “Test Trigger.”
After the test is successful, you can proceed to the next section.
An action is an event the Zap will perform after the trigger.
Here, you can choose any third-party service, such as Slack or Mailchimp, to send your new leads data.
The steps are the same as setting up the trigger.
Once done, you can “Publish Zap” to make it live.
You have successfully integrated Picreel with Zapier.