Disqus Integrations

  • Get Slack notifications for new Disqus comments

    Quickly manage and respond to comments on your blog posts with this Disqus to Slack Zapier integration. Once you've set it up, you'll be notified in Slack every time someone comments on your post.

    How It Works

    1. Someone comments on your blog post
    2. Zapier notifies you of the new comment via message in Slack

    What You Need

    • A Disqus account
    • A Slack account
  • Create an RSS feed of Disqus comments

    RSS is a great way to subscribe to your favorite blogs, but it can also be the best way to stay up-to-date on the comments on your site. Use this Zapier integration to post new Disqus comments to an RSS feed, and you won't need to log onto your site to read the latest comments. You could also share the RSS feed with your followers, so they'll have an easy way to keep up with the discussion.

    How It Works

    1. A new comments is made with Disqus
    2. Zapier adds this comment to a designated RSS feed

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Zapier account
  • Create Zendesk tickets from new Disqus comments

    Do you need a helpful nudge to remember to follow up with comments on your site? Use this Zapier integration to automatically create Zendesk tickets from new Disqus comments. You'll then be able to manage your site comments right along with the rest of your support requests.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made in Disqus
    2. Zapier creates a new ticket in Zendesk

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Zendesk account
  • Post new Disqus comments to Facebook Pages

    Sharing a discussion with your followers can help others see the questions and feedback you're posting and increase your fan base. Use this Zapier integration to automatically post Disqus comments to Facebook Pages.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made in Disqus
    2. Zapier posts this comment to Facebook Pages

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Facebook Pages account
  • Post New Flagged Disqus Comments to Slack

    Need to get notified whenever a new comment is flagged in Disqus? This Zapier integration can help. Whenever a comment is flagged, it can copy the comment info and post it to the Slack channel of your choice for a simple way to notify your team.

    How It Works

    1. A comment is flagged in Disqus
    2. Zapier posts a message to your Slack channel

    What You Need

    • Disqus account with Disqus comments activated on a site
    • Slack account
  • Post new blog comments in HipChat

    It can be easy to miss new comments on your blog, especially when they're on posts from way back when. Use this Disqus-HipChat integration to be sure you see—and reply to—new comments.

    How It Works

    1. Zapier watches your Disqus account for new comments on a particular blog
    2. When a new comment comes in, Zapier posts a message in the HipChat room of your choice

    What You Need

    • Disqus account, with admin access to the blog comments you wish to track
    • HipChat account, with access to the room you wish to post in
  • Import new email subscribers from Disqus to Mailchimp

    Are you looking for a quick way to import your Disqus subscribers to MailChimp? With this integration, when a user subscribes to your email list using Disqus, Zapier will automatically import the user to your designated MailChimp list. Each record includes the user's email address, Disqus username, user ID, IP address, signup date, longitude/latitude, signup URL.

    Note: In order for this Zap to work, your Disqus organization would need to an active Disqus Pro subscription.

    How this Disqus-Mailchimp integration works

    1. A new user subscribes to your email list via the Email Subscription opt-in widget in the Disqus comments
    2. Zapier imports that new subscriber to Mailchimp

    Apps involved

    • Disqus
    • Mailchimp
  • Add new Disqus comments to a Google Sheets spreadsheet

    It can be tricky to keep track of comments over time, especially if they're scattered across many different articles. Use this Zapier integration to log new Disqus comments in Google Sheets. Then you'll have an accessible history of comments to analyze and review.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made in Disqus
    2. Zapier adds this comment to a new row in a designated Google Sheet

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Google account
  • Get emails for new Disqus comments

    Instead of checking Disqus comments throughout the day, use this Zapier integration to get regular updates straight to your inbox. You'll have everything you need to stay on top of the comment section without flipping between apps all day.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made with Disqus
    2. Zapier sends an email with email by Zapier

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Zapier account
  • Get Gmail emails for new Disqus comments

    If you're spending your day in your inbox, it makes sense for all new alerts to be sent straight to you, rather than spending time flipping between apps. This Zapier integration sends emails via your Gmail account when new Disqus comments are posted. You can use it to get notifications of new comments, or automatically share new comments with your whole team.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made in Disqus
    2. Zapier sends an email via Gmail to a designated account

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Gmail account
  • Get SMS messages for new Disqus comments

    Comment notifications are especially important when a comment could be inappropriate, which is why this Zapier SMS integration is so useful. You can set it up to receive text messages for new comments or identify a specific keyword to trigger the notification.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made in Disqus
    2. Zapier sends an SMS message

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Zapier account
  • Create Asana tasks for new Disqus comments

    It can be overwhelming to keep track of new comments that need replies. This Zapier integration can ease the pain by creating a new task in Asana for each new comment in Disqus. You'll feel confident that no comments are slipping through the cracks on your watch.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made in Disqus
    2. Zapier adds this comment as a task in Asana

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Asana account
  • Get Pushbullet notifications of new Disqus comments

    You get notifications for new texts, Facebook posts, chat groups and more—why shouldn't you also get them for new comments on your site? Now you can, by using this Zapier integration. After you set it up, you'll get notifications to your desktop or phone whenever a new comment is made with Disqus.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made on Disqus
    2. Zapier pushes a note in Pushbullet

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Pushbullet account
  • Send Pushover push notifications for new Disqus comments

    When you need to stay on top of the comment section of your site, it can be helpful to get the new comments sent straight to your phone. This Zapier integration makes it possible by sending push notifications by Pushover when new comments are made with Disqus. Now you can moderate comments on the go, wherever you might be.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made with Disqus
    2. Zapier sends a push notification with Pushover

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Pushover account
  • Add requests on TargetProcess for Disqus comments

    Want a way to stay responsive to all the discussion happening on Discus? Tie your development into the buzz automatically by setting up this Disqus TargetProcess integration. Once you do, every new comment on the Discus forum you indicate will automatically create a new request on TargetProcess, including all the information you need to react to your users' needs effectively.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made on Disqus
    2. Zapier automatically adds a request on TargetProcess

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • TargetProcess account
  • Send a Pushbullet link for new Disqus comments

    You know that it's best to reply quickly to new user comments, but it's not efficient to be constantly refreshing your site to check for new comments. This Zapier integration makes it effortless to keep in touch by sending a Pushbullet notification to your phone whenever new Disqus comments are posted. Now you can be the first to reply, to keep the conversation going.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made in Disqus
    2. Zapier sends a link with Pushbullet

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Pushbullet account
  • Create Targetprocess requests from new Disqus comments

    It's all too easy to miss new comments that are posted to your website, but it's also too time consuming to constantly refresh the page and check for new posts. Use this Zapier integration to create Targetprocess requests from new Disqus comments to spend more time replying and less time refreshing.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made in Disqus
    2. Zapier creates a new request in Targetprocess

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Targetprocess account
  • Share new Disqus comments to LinkedIn

    When it comes to content, the more eyeballs on it, the better. Maximize your exposure by using this Zapier integration to automatically share new Disqus comments to LinkedIn.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made with Disqus
    2. Zapier shares this comment to LinkedIn

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • LinkedIn account
  • Tweet about new flagged comments in Disqus

    Want to share the comments you flag on your site? This automation can automatically Tweet whenever you flag a new comment on your blog.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is flagged in Disqus
    2. Zapier posts a tweet in Twitter

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Twitter account
  • Create a Google Docs text document for flagged Disqus comments

    Typically, when you save a blog post, the comments section isn't saved along with it. If you need to keep track of flagged comments, use this Zapier integration to create a Google Docs text document from new flagged comments in Disqus. It's a way to log the comments you need to take action on automatically.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is flagged in Disqus
    2. Zapier adds this comment to a Google Docs text document

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Google account
  • Share new Disqus comments on Flowdock

    If you use Flowdock for your team's internal chat, it makes sense to keep on top of your blog comments directly in Flowdock instead of depending on email notifications or checking the system's dashboard. When someone comments on a post, you will be notified in Flowdock and reply to your community faster than ever.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made with Disqus
    2. Zapier creates a message in Flowdock

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Flowdock account
  • Create Groove tickets from new Disqus comments

    If an issue is raised in the comment section, it needs your teams attention right away. This Zapier integration helps support teams stay up-to-date on broken features by creating new tickets in Groove from Disqus comments.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made with Disqus
    2. Zapier creates a ticket in Groove

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Groove account
  • Share Disqus flagged comments on LinkedIn

    Establishing commenting standards for new online communities can be a struggle. Flagged comments are an opportunity to educate and better your community. Use this Zapier integration to automatically share a post on LinkedIn responding to a flagged comment.

    How It Works

    1. A comment is flagged on Disqus
    2. Zapier shares a post on LinkedIn

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • LinkedIn account
  • Add new Disqus comments as Podio tasks

    Disqus chatter on an article thread can quickly escalate into a task that needs attention, but unless you are constantly refreshing the comment section, you might miss something. To keep your group in the loop, use Zapier and Podio to create a new task for each comment added.

    How It Works

    1. A new comment is made with Disqus
    2. Zapier creates a task in Podio

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • Podio account
  • Push KISSmetrics events from new Disqus comments

    User comments are typically seen as qualitative data, but by integrating Disqus and KISSmetrics with Zapier, you can turn these comments into qualitative data, too. By pushing a KISSmetrics event from a new Disqus comment, you can pinpoint the content your most engaged audience enjoys so you can produce more of it.

    How It Works

    1. A comment is made with Disqus
    2. Zapier pushes an event in KISSmetrics

    What You Need

    • Disqus account
    • KISSmetrics account

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Disqus Integration Details

Launched on Zapier November 25, 2011

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

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

New Email Subscriber

Triggers when a user opts in to your email list. This trigger requires the forum to have a Disqus Pro subscription.

New Flagged Comment

Triggers when a Disqus comment is flagged.

New Comment

Triggers when a new comment is left on a Disqus-enabled forum.

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