What is Zapier?

Zapier is an online automation tool that connects your favourite apps, such as Gmail, Eagle, Office 365, and over 750 more.

You can connect two or more apps to automate repetitive tasks without coding or relying on developers to build the integration. Move info between your web apps automatically, so you can focus on your most important work. It's easy enough that anyone can build their own app workflows with just a few clicks.

For Example, you may want to use your Eagle calendar for open for inspection times and events, you could then go and save the same times in your Office 365 calendar or you could create a zap to do it for you.

Link Eagle To Zapier

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A Zap is an automated workflow between your apps. For example, you may have a Zap that saves your Eagle Calendar Events and OFI times to your Office 365 calendar. Zaps consist of at least two parts: a Trigger and one or more Actions.


A Trigger is the event in an app that starts the Zap. Once you set up a Zap, Zapier will monitor the app for that event. For the "Add event to Office365 calendar" example, you can do a lot of things in your Eagle Agent account but only adding an event to the calendar will trigger the Zap.


The Action is the event that completes the Zap. For the Add event to Office365 calendar example, the action is saving the event to your Office365 calendar

Create a Zapier Account

Now you are ready to start creating Zaps. The first thing you will need to do is sign up for a free account. Type in your name, email address, and a password. And that’s it–no credit card required.

Getting Around Zapier

When you first log into Zapier, you'll see your Dashboard. Here you can quickly build a Zap and see some popular Zap templates—pre-made Zapier workflows.

Click the + sign button in the left-hand navigation to create a new Zap in the Zapier editor.

If you go to your Zaps page, you'll be able to see all of the Zaps you've previously created or are currently using, turn Zaps on or off, and create folders to organize your Zaps.

On your Task History page, you'll see a list of every task your Zaps have attempted. Sort tasks by Zap, task status, or date with filters.

On the My Apps page, you'll see all of the accounts you've connected to Zapier for your Zaps. Here you can connect new accounts, or test, reconnect, or disconnect existing accounts.

On your Billing and Usage page, you can see how many tasks your Zaps have used in your current billing cycle, and how many days you have left until your task limit refreshes.

On your Settings page, you can update your profile, navigate to your email settings page, and more.

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