Say goodbye to copy/pasting info from your PDF documents. After you set up this Zap, it will trigger whenever Docparser extracts data from a PDF document, creating a new row on MongoDB for every new result you get from DocParser, saving you the trouble of entering them yourself.
Note: This Zap will trigger once per document if you're only parsing for single data points, or once per row if you're parsing for tabular data.
How this Docparser-MongoDB integration works
- Docparser extracts data fields from a new PDF document
- Zapier uses the extracted data to create a new record in MongoDB
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Triggers whenever a new Document is processed and parsed data is available.
Uploads a new document to Docparser which will immediately begin parsing after reception. (To receive the parsing results, you'll need a separate Zap listening for the "New Parsed Data Available" Trigger).
Triggers when you add a new document to a collection.
Fetches a new document from a publicly accessible URL and imports it into Docparser to begin parsing. (To receive the parsing results, you'll need a separate Zap listening for the "New Parsed Data Available" Trigger).
Triggers whenever a new Document is processed and parsed table rows are available.
Create a new document in a collection of your choice.
Triggers when you add a new field to a collection.
Triggers when you add a new collection.
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