Amazon SQS

Amazon SQS Integrations

  • Create Amazon SQS JSON messages from payloads caught by a webhook

    Looking for an efficient solution to handle the webhook payloads for your applications? Set up this Zap and we'll line them all up on Amazon SQS for you, creating a new JSON message with all the data from each new payload caught by the custom webhook URL you define during configuration.

    How It Works

    1. A new payload is caught by a webhook
    2. Zapier automatically creates a new JSON message on Amazon SQS

    What You Need

    • Amazon SQS account
  • Add new Amazon SQS JSON messages from new emails matching a search on Gmail

    Need a better alternative to searching for those emails on Gmail all the time for your Amazon SQS message content? Simplify your life with some Zapier automation and we'll look for them for you. This Gmail Amazon SQS integration will perform that search regularly once you set it up, triggering with every email on Gmail that matches your search terms and automatically passing that information to Amazon SQS so a new message can be created each time.

    How It Works

    1. A new email matches a search on Gmail
    2. Zapier automatically creates a new JSON message on Amazon SQS

    What You Need

    • Gmail account
    • Amazon SQS account
  • Create Amazon SQS JSON messages from email parsed by mailparser.io

    Spending too much time regularly copying out details from emails you receive and adding them to your queue on Amazon SQS? Activate this mailparser.io Amazon SQS integration and we'll do all of that for you through an integration with mailparser.io. This automation will trigger every time a new email is parsed by mailparser, adding a new JSON message to Amazon SQS with everything you need to keep your pipeline moving.

    How It Works

    1. A new email is parsed by mailparser.io
    2. Zapier automatically creates a new JSON message on Amazon SQS

    What You Need

    • mailparser.io account
    • Amazon SQS account
  • Create Amazon SQS JSON messages for new outbound Salesforce messages

    Looking for a better way to deliver the information from new Salesforce messages to the rest of your workflows? Set up this Salesforce Amazon SQS integration to do the job for you, creating a JSON message on Amazon SQS with all the details from each new outbound Salesforce message you send after that.

    How It Works

    1. A new outbound message is sent on Salesfoce
    2. Zapier automatically creates a new JSON message on Amazon SQS

    What You Need

    • Salesforce account
    • Amazon SQS account
  • Add or update contacts on Infusionsoft for new Amazon SQS JSON messages

    If you've got contact information in your new Amazon SQS JSON messages, use it to keep Infusionsoft organized at the same time. This Amazon SQS Infusionsoft integration will watch for new Amazon SQS JSON messages, using the extracted data for create or update an Infusionsoft contact automatically for you.

    How It Works

    1. A new JSON message is created on Amazon SQS
    2. Zapier automatically updates or creates a contact on Infusionsoft

    What You Need

    • Amazon SQS account
    • Infusionsoft account
  • Create new Amazon SQS JSON messages from new SurveyMonkey responses

    Looking for the best way to prepare those SurveyMonkey responses for your information pipeline? Set up this SurveyMonkey Amazon SQS integration and we'll lay everything out for you, creating a new Amazon SQS JSON-encoded messages with the details you need from those SurveyMonkey responses.

    How It Works

    1. A new response is captured on SurveyMonkey
    2. Zapier automatically creates a new JSON message on Amazon SQS

    What You Need

    • SurveyMonkey account
    • Amazon SQS account
  • Create Amazon SQS JSON messages for new received emails

    Tired of adding all that email information to your Amazon SQS queue manually? Activate this Zap and you won't have to again: set up the custom email address you want, start forwarding those emails and we'll handle the rest. The automation will then trigger for each new email it receives, creating a JSON message with the data every time.

    Note: this integration uses Zapier's native email service. If you want to use your existing email account to create messages, try Zaps with email apps such as Gmail, Mailgun, SMTP or Mandrill.

    How It Works

    1. A new email is received
    2. Zapier automatically creates a new JSON message on Amazon SQS

    What You Need

    • Amazon SQS account
  • Create Amazon SQS messages from new Amazon S3 buckets

    If your Amazon S3 buckets are bringing in data for Amazon SQS, you can use an automated connection between the two like Amazon S3 Amazon SQS integration one to save yourself some time moving it over. Once active, this Zap will create a new message on Amazon SQS for every new bucket created on Amazon S3, queuing your information up so you don't have to.

    How It Works

    1. A new Amazon S3 bucket is created
    2. Zapier automatically creates a new message on Amazon SQS

    What You Need

    • Amazon S3 account
    • Amazon SQS account
  • Look up IP addresses from one Amazon SQS message using IP2Location and add the results to a different queue

    You never have to look up IP data manually again. Set up this automation, queue up messages on Amazon SQS, and we'll do the rest. Whenever we detect a new message, the IP information will be passed through IP2Location, and Zapier will then log the resulting geolocation data in a message on another queue.

    How this Amazon SQS-IP2Location-Amazon SQS integration works

    1. A new message is added to an Amazon SQS queue
    2. Zapier sends an IP from it to IP2Location for geolocation query
    3. Zapier adds the results to another message in an Amazon SQS queue

    Apps involved

    • Amazon SQS
    • IP2Location
  • Add new rows on Google Sheets for new Amazon SQS JSON messages

    Want to keep a record of all those Amazon SQS JSON messages you're queuing up? Activate this Amazon SQS Google Sheets integration and we'll take care of it for you, adding a new row on Google Sheets with all the information from each JSON message you add on Amazon SQS.

    How It Works

    1. A new JSON message is created on Amazon SQS
    2. Zapier automatically adds a new row on Google Sheets

    What You Need

    • Amazon SQS account
    • Google Sheets account
  • Send message to Amazon SQS from Parseur parsed email

    Do you need to create a message in your Amazon SQS queue every time you receive a specific email? We have you covered. Parseur can easily extract and copy the data you need from your emails, and then Zapier can add that data as a JSON message so your SQS queue gets updated in real time with no human intervention.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import already processed email data, only new emails received after you've set it up.

    How this email to Amazon SQS integration works

    1. A new email is received and processed by Parseur
    2. Zapier creates a JSON message in your Amazon SQS database

    Apps involved

    • A Parseur account with a parser already set up
    • An Amazon SQS queue

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Amazon SQS Integration Details
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Launched on Zapier July 11, 2013

Zapier combines Triggers (like "New Queue") and Actions (like "Create Queue") to complete an action in one app when a trigger occurs in another app. These combos—called "Zaps"—complete your tasks automatically.

The following Amazon SQS Triggers, Searches, and Actions are supported by Zapier:

New Queue

Triggers when you add a new queue.

New Message

Triggers when you add a new message.

New JSON Message

Loads JSON from a message and passes that to the general trigger data.

Create Queue

Create a new queue.

Create Message

Create a new message.

Create JSON Message

Create a new JSON message using data from the source trigger

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