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Webhooks by ZapierCatch Hook

If you've got contact data flowing through your webhook pipeline, you might as well take capture it for every list you need. Set up this webhook-Google Contacts integration and we'll act as your ears. Then, whenever your custom webhook URL catches a new payload, Zapier will create a new Google Contact from the data, making sure you're never missing anyone.

How It Works

  1. Your custom webhook catches a new payload
  2. Zapier automatically creates a new Google Contact

What You Need

  • Google Contact account

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

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Google Contacts
New or Updated Contact

Triggers when a contact is created or updated.

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Create Contact

Creates a new contact.

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New Group

Triggers when a group is created.

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Add Contact to Group

Adds an existing contact to a group.

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Retrieve Poll

Poll a URL and look for new entries.

Google Contacts
Update Contact

Updates an existing contact.

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Catch Hook

Wait for a new POST, PUT, or GET to a Zapier URL.

Webhooks by Zapier
PUT

Fire off a single PUT request as a form or JSON.

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Catch Raw Hook

Wait for a new POST, PUT, or GET to a Zapier URL. Gives the request body unparsed (max 2 MB) and also includes headers.

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POST

Fire off a single POST request as a form or JSON.

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Google Contacts, the address book built into Gmail, lets you keep track of all your contacts, see when you last interacted with them, and more.

Webhooks simply POST data (or JSON) to a specific URL every time we see something new. Webhooks can also accept data (or JSON) to kick off a workflow in Zapier.