Integrating Your Listings with Eagle
Option 1 - XML feed (most popular)
Eagle Software offers various XML feed formats for integration, including ReaXML (the most popular), Domain XML format, View XML format, and REIWA XML format. The XML feeds are sent as files to an FTP server that you set up, and you can retrieve the data from the XML files. Whenever a listing is updated, a new XML file is pushed with the latest data. To import ReaXML, you can use WordPress plugins like FeedSync as an example.
Option 2 - API
IMPORTANT: The Eagle Software API is primarily intended for experienced programmers who want to build mobile apps, reporting apps, web applications, and similar projects. If you have a WordPress website, it is recommended to use an XML feed integration instead of developing for the API.
To pull property data from EagleCRM, you can refer to the API documentation, specifically the Properties endpoints, which provide information on how to retrieve the desired data.
Option 3 - iframe (not recommended)
We offer the service of building the inside of an iframe for you and loading in your properties. However, it's important to note that using an iframe for integration is not recommended due to its suboptimal browsing experience for your clients. Additionally, there are additional costs associated with setting up iframe contents. For more details and information, please contact us.
Integrating Website Tracking with Eagle
Eagle Software can generate tracking codes that can be placed on your website. This tracking code allows you to view website visitor logs on the contact record. To set up this feature, you can refer to the instructions provided in this help article.
Integrating Contacts with Eagle
Option 1 - API
IMPORTANT: The API is for experienced developers to build mobile apps, reporting apps, web applications, etc. We strongly suggest using Zapier for WordPress websites.
When an enquiry is made on your website, you can send the contact data to Eagle using our API, which is documented here.
Please note that when sending an enquiry to Eagle using the API, you should use the note type "Enquiry" and include the note text as the body of the enquiry.
Option 2 - Zapier
Zapier is an online automation tool that enables you to connect and automate workflows between various applications, including Gmail, Eagle, Office 365, and many others. With Zapier, you can create automated actions, known as "Zaps," that allow data to be seamlessly transferred and synchronized between different apps. This helps streamline processes and eliminates the need for manual tasks.
To learn more about Zapier and its capabilities, you can refer to this help article for additional information.
Create a contact via Zapier's Email Parser
To set up a Zap using the Email Parser app as a trigger and direct your enquiries to the configured Email Parser address, please follow these steps.
Please note: You must have this setup before you can proceed with the following steps.
1. If you haven't already, link Eagle to your Zapier account by clicking this link: https://zapier.com/platform/public-invite/2227/a591963ff00ceef54c0cfc03da56f926/
2. Once you've logged in, it's time to make a Zap.
3. In the first step, Choose App, select Email Parser, and for Choose Trigger Event, select New Email, then select Continue
4. Sign in to Email Parser
5. Select Zapier Email Parser and then click Continue
6. Select your Zapier email parser Mailbox and select Continue
7. We found an email! - Select Continue
8. The next option is to select your Do this...
Select "Eagle Software (1.0.3)" OR a later version if available.
For Choose Action Event, select Create Contact and select Continue
9. Select and/or authorise your Eagle Software account and select Continue
10. When configuring the Zapier Email Parser integration, you will need to select each new contact field and specify the data you want to match up from the Email Parser.
Now you can select Done Editing and Enable your Zap!
We Are Here to Help
If you need additional help with this, please get in touch with our Eagle Support Team by phone at (03) 9016 0444 or by email at [email protected]