When users submit/complete the form/task, you can send those data to webhook and send it to other platforms. We will use Zoho Flow here to receive webhook data.
We are using user registration (create new user) as a trigger when someone register the website, it sends data to Zoho Flow and sends it to Google Sheets.
To integrate with Zoho Flow follow, the below steps.
Search & Select Zoho Flow from the actions pages
Integration Name: Set the proper integration name. Default it's taken “Web Hooks”.
Create the flow and configure the webhook. Select the payload format, then copy the incoming webhook URL from Zoho Flow. Next, navigate to the Integrations settings, and insert it into the link field. Select the POST option afterward.
To verify that the webhook is working correctly, click the Test button in the configure tab. Next, navigate to the Integrations settings, complete the webhook configuration within the Bit Integrations, and then initiate the Test webhook.
Three types of data requests can be sent through Bit Integrations on Zoho Flow Action. "Params," "Headers," and "Body"
To send all the data in the form. Select Body to send data requests on other platforms.
Check Send All Data if you want to send all information, or you can select the field of your choice. Select application/json from Add Request Payload option
Now click on the Next button and finally click on Finish & Save. Button to save the integration process.
Now Map the webhook data with Google Sheets Header after successfully capturing the data.
Publish the integration configured on Zoho Flow, then submit the registration form or register a demo user and verify the results in Google Sheets.
At Bit Integrations, the
Timelineof each integration contains a feature allowing you to quickly view the status of your integration, whether it has been successful or encountered an error.
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