When this happens...
MeetupNew Event
Then do this...
WordPressCreate Post

Make sure everyone knows about your upcoming Meetup event with this Meetup to WordPress automation. Set it up, and every time a new event is created in Meetup, Zapier will create a new post in WordPress. This is a great way to spread the news about your events and gain larger groups—or just to jumpstart your blogging efforts without having to copy and paste info.

How It Works

  1. Create a new event in Meetup
  2. Zapier creates a new post in WordPress

What You Need

  • Meetup account
  • WordPress account

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When this happens...
then do this!

Triggers whenever a new RSVP is made for a Meetup.

Upload Photo

Uploads a photo to an album.

New Event

Triggered when a new event is listed within the desginated search criteria within groups you organize.

Create Event

Creates a new event.

New Event Comment

Triggers when someone makes a new comment on an event.

Create Post

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

New Event From Search

Triggers when a new event is found from search criteria.

Upload Media

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

New Group Photo

Triggers when a new photo is uploaded to the group.

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Meetup helps people with shared interests plan events and facilitates offline group meetings in various locations around the world!

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