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A trigger is where automation begins

A trigger is an event that starts your Zap. Say you want to receive an email every time someone fills in a Facebook form—the trigger would be "new Facebook lead.
A trigger is the event that kicks off your automated workflow.

Now it's time for action

An action is the event an automation performs after it is triggered. Say you want to send a Slack message any time you receive a Facebook lead—the action would be "send a Slack message.
An action is the event that your automated workflow performs when triggered.

And that's it! You've just created a Zap.

A Zap is an automated workflow—consisting of a trigger and one or more actions—that connects your apps.
Triggers and actions are the main components of every automated workflow.

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Supported triggers and actions

Zapier helps you create workflows that connect your apps to automate repetitive tasks. A trigger is an event that starts a workflow, and an action is an event a Zap performs.

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    • Member Display Name
    • Member Email
    • Member Joined At
    • Member Bio
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    • Organization Description
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