Zapier is a tool that helps you automate repetitive tasks between two or more apps—no code necessary. When an event happens in one app, Zapier can tell another app to perform (or do) a particular action.

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You can integrate with Zapier using either of the following methods:

Using Blueshift in Zaps created in Zapier

You can use Blueshift in the Zaps that you create in Zapier. When you add a Blueshift connection in your Zapier account, you can use Blueshift triggers and actions in your workflow.

Triggers for Blueshift

The following Blueshift triggers are available in Zapier.

Triggers

Description

New Campaign Activity

Triggers when a new campaign activity is found.

Set up trigger by selecting the user actions for the following notifications:

  • Email
  • SMS
  • Push
  • In-App

For more information, see Campaign activity export using webhooks.

Campaign Execution Status

Triggers when the campaign execution status for an event triggered campaign changes.

For more information, see Webhook for campaign execution status.

 

Actions for Blueshift

The following Blueshift actions are available in Zapier.

Action

Description

Create Catalog

Creates a catalog.

Provide information for the following mandatory field for the catalog:

  • Catalog name

For more information, see Products and Catalogs.

Create Items in a Catalog

Creates a new item in a catalog.

Provide information for the following mandatory fields for the catalog and item:

  • Catalog UUID
  • Category
  • Image
  • Product ID
  • Availability
  • Title
  • Web Link

For more information, see Add items to the catalog.

Send an Event

Sends an event.

Provide information for the following mandatory field for the event:

  • Event (Name of the event)

Provide information for at least one of the following fields for the event:

  • Customer ID
  • Device ID
  • Email
  • Cookie

For more information, see Your site's/app's event data.

Trigger Campaign

Triggers a new campaign.

Provide information for the following mandatory field:

  • Campaign UUID

For more information, see Trigger a campaign.

Get Performance Summary of Campaign

Gets the performance summary of a campaign.

Provide information for the following mandatory fields:

  • End Time
  • Start Time

For more information, see Performance summary.

Get Detailed Report Campaign

Gets the detailed campaign report.

Provide information for the following mandatory fields:

  • Campaign UUID
  • End Time
  • Start Time

For more information, see Detailed report.

Create or Update Customer

Creates or updates a customer.

Provide the following mandatory information for the customer:

  • Email
  • Customer ID

For more information, see Create or update customer.

Delete a Customer

Deletes a customer.

Provide the following information for the customer:

  • Delete All Matching Customers
  • Email

For more information, see Delete a customer.

Merge Customers

Merges details for two customers.

Provide the following information for the customer:

  • Customer ID To Be Merged
  • Customer ID To Merge Into

For more information, see Merge customers.

Track Customer Start

Starts tracking a customer.

Provide one of the the following fields for the customer:

  • Email ID
  • Customer ID

For more information, see Start tracking a customer.

Track Customer Stop

Stops tracking a customer.

Provide one of the the following fields for the customer:

  • Email ID
  • Customer ID

For more information, see Stop tracking a customer.

 

Connect to Blueshift from Zapier

You can set up a connection to Blueshift as part of a Zap step or you can go to My Apps and Add a connection.

To set up a connection to Blueshift, provide the following information:

  1. Provide the Site Name.
  2. Add the Event API key. To get the Event API key, log into Blueshift and navigate to the Account Settings for your organization in Blueshift.
  3. Add the Users API key. To get the Users API key, log into Blueshift and navigate to the Account Settings for your organization in Blueshift.

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Create a Zap in Zapier

A Zap is an automated workflow that tells your apps to follow this simple command: "When this happens, do that." Every Zap has a trigger and one or more actions. A trigger is an event that starts a Zap, and an action is what your Zap does for you. When a Zap runs, each action it completes counts as one task.

To use Blueshift in your Zap, complete the following steps:

  1. Log into your Zapier account and go to your dashboard.
  2. Click Create Zap.
  3. Add a Trigger.
    1. Search for and select Blueshift
    2. Click Continue.

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  4. Select a trigger event as either New Campaign Activity or Campaign Execution Status.

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  5. Click Continue.
  6. Select the Blueshift connection or add a connection. See Connect to Blueshift from Zapier for more information.
  7. Click Continue
  8. If you select New Campaign Activity in Blueshift as the trigger, you must Set up the trigger. For more information, see Triggers for Blueshift.
  9. Click Continue.
  10. Test the Trigger to ensure that the right Blueshift account is connected and your trigger is set up correctly.
  11. Click Continue.
  12. Add an Action. You can select an action within Blueshift or you can select any other apps available in Zapier. You can add multiple actions.

Using the Zapier template

The Zapier template allows sending content to Zapier, which connects apps and automates workflows. A Zapier account is required to use this template. Zapier provides a unique url for each channel/user to send a message to. Copy and paste that url into the “API Endpoint” field in the template editor. Zapier does not require authentication headers, so leave the auth fields blank.

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For more information about the Zapier integrations, visit Zapier help and support

 

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