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Zapier lets you build automated workflows between two or more apps—no code necessary. These workflows are called Zaps, and this is how they work.

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.

    • Widget idRequired

    • From date

    • To date

    • DealId

    • DealName

    • DealCreatedTime

    • DealUpdatedTime

    • DealCloseDate

    • ContactId

    • Milestone

    • MilestoneChangedTime

    • Deal Processed Date

    • Deal ID

    • User Id

    • People Id

    • Deal Type

    • Deal Status

    • Deal Created At

    • Pipeline Id

    • Stage Id

    • Stage Name

    • Pipeline Name

    • Deal Name

    • Loan Id

    • Loan type

    • Loan status

    • Loan Funded date

    • Loan officer Name

    • Loan officer email

    • Borrower first name

    • Borrower last name

    • Borrower email

    • Borrower phone Number

    • CO-Borrower first name

    • CO-Borrower last name

    • CO-Borrower email

    • CO-Borrower phone Number

    • Loan processor name

    • Loan processor email

    • Buyer Agent first name

    • Buyer Agent last name

    • Buyer Agent email

    • Buyer Agent phone Number

    • Seller Agent first name

    • Seller Agent last name

    • Seller Agent email

    • Seller Agent phone Number

    • Property address

    • City

    • State

    • custom field one

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About K Factors

Use K Factors to create notification widgets that convert.

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About Experience.com

Experience.com is a customer experience platform that lets you collect, analyse, and act on customer feedback automatically at every meaningful moment in the customer journey. Our enterprise grade platform helps engage people and power businesses everywhere.

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