Zapier Integration Guide for Reuzenpanda


This guide will walk you through the process of integrating Reuzenpanda with Zapier. Follow these steps to automate your workflows seamlessly.

Step 1: Accepting the Zapier Invitation

First things first, let's get you into the Reuzenpanda Zapier world. Click on this link (opens in a new tab) – it might ask you to log in or create a Zapier account if you haven't already. Once you're in, hit the "Accept Invite & Build Zap" button at the bottom of the page.

You're in!

Step 2: Creating a New Zap

Now, head over to your zapier dashboard (opens in a new tab) and let's kick off a new automation. Hit the "Create Zap" button – it's like setting the stage for your automation masterpiece.

Step 3: Setting up the Trigger

In the Zap editor, find "Reuzenpanda" in the trigger app options. Pick an event that'll be the starting point of your automation journey and click "Continue."

Step 4: Obtaining Sign-In Information

To obtain sign-in information contact Reuzenpanda support.

Step 5: Sign In on Zapier

Back to Zapier, click "Continue" on the trigger setup. Hit the "Sign In" button, punch in the info from the Reuzenpanda pop-up, and you're in! Click "Continue" to keep the ball rolling.

Step 6: Configuring Trigger Options

Depending on the trigger event, tweak some settings like company profile or audience – whatever floats your automation boat. If you want to explore specific trigger events in more detail, visit our central page that will redirect you to a list of all trigger events.

Hit "Continue" to move on to the action setup.

Step 7: Defining the Action

Now, choose the action app and set up the action. Fill in the blanks based on what you want to happen, and click "Continue." For more information on the actions you can also go to the central page.

Step 8: Testing and Activating the Zap

Zapier wants to make sure everything's smooth, so it'll ask you to test the integration. Once you're happy with the results, hit the big red button – "Publish Zap."

Boom! You've just seamlessly blended Reuzenpanda with Zapier.