Email
When this happens...
WordPressNew Post
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Email by ZapierSend Outbound Email

If you're finding it a challenge to stay on top of your blog team's posts, Zapier can help with email alerts. This WordPress-Email integration will react to each new post on WordPress once it's set up, automatically sending you an email with the post contents, keeping you notified.

How It Works

  1. A new post is made on WordPress
  2. Zapier automation sends you an email

What You Need

  • WordPress account

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It's easy to connect Email by Zapier + WordPress and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.

When this happens...
then do this!
New Inbound Email

Triggers when an email is forwarded to your own custom zapiermail.com address.

Send Outbound Email

Send an email from your own custom zapiermail.com address. Up to 10 emails sent per hour.

New Comment

Triggered when you add a new comment.

Create Post

Create a new post, including the status allowing the creation of drafts.

Any Webhook

Using the HookPress plugin, trigger off of pretty much anything!

Upload Media

Upload a new media file, which can be used as featured media.

New Post

Triggered when you add a new post.

New Taxonomy

Triggered when you add a new category, tag or custom taxonomy.

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About Email by Zapier

Built-In

Send and receive email via a custom Zapier email address at "zapiermail.com". This is great for triggering off of emails and sending custom emails. (Max of 10 email sends per hour.) Have direct access to your own email servers? Check out our IMAP and SMTP services!

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