Use Zapier & EasyCSV Together

How to use Zapier to send spreadsheet imports anywhere.

How to make zaps with EasyCSV

  1. Click here to start a Zap for EasyCSV
  2. On the EasyCSV trigger testing step, click the "Get More Samples" button to get an example row for a spreadsheet import you have setup (fyi: click "Get More Samples" if you ever update the acceptable columns for a spreadsheet import). Zapier More Samples Example
  3. Choose sample data you are making this Zap for to make it easy to map fields from EasyCSV to the action in the next step. Then click "Continue".
  4. Choose the action app (examples below) you want spreadsheet row/record import data to go to.
  5. It's that easy!

WARNING: Each row being imported will count towards your monthly plan task limit on Zapier. You may want to limit the allowed number of rows per import to be a low number.

How to send a test row to Zapier

Step 1: Choose to send spreadsheet imports to Zapier

If you have not already specified to send your spreadsheet imports to Zapier then click edit on the sheet and choose Zapier.

Step 2: Click the 'Send Test Row' button.

If you are logged in as an admin, view the spreadsheet import form. You will notice a 'Send Test Row' button in the right side column. Simply click it!

Why should I use EasyCSV with Zapier?

Zapier enables you to send spreadsheet data to any app Zapier supports.

See example Zaps to get an idea of what is possible: EasyCSV Zap Examples

I am using Zapier to send data to my webhook. How does Zapier send data to my webhook?

Zapier will be triggered for every row/record of a spreadsheets that is being imorted. Therefore, your webhook will be hit for every row/record of a spreadsheet.

Make sure your webhook can handle a high-volume of requests in case a user imports a large spreadsheet consiting of many rows.

How do I re-connect EasyCSV to Zapier?

Have your admin log into Zapier and go here to reconnect Zapier to EasyCSV: Zapier Authorizations List.