MongoDB Integrations

  • Add new rows to Google Sheets for new MongoDB documents

    Need to provide easier access to MongoDB documents? Setup this MongoDB Google Sheets integration to save data from new MongoDB documents to new rows in a Google Sheets spreadsheet.

    How It Works

    1. A new document is created in MongoDB
    2. Zapier automatically adds a new row to Google Sheets

    What You Need

    • MongoDB database
    • Google Sheets account
  • Create MongoDB documents from new Typeform entries

    Need to store those Typeform entries as MongoDB documents as well? We've got just the thing so you don't have to spend any more time on that. Once you've set up this Zap, any new Typeform entry you receive will automatically be sent to MongoDB, where its data will be used to create a document for you. As long as you leave the Zap active, this will keep happening reliably from then on, with no work required on your part!

    How It Works

    1. A entry is received by Typeform
    2. Zapier automation creates a document on MongoDB

    What You Need

    • Typeform account
    • MongoDB database
  • Add new MongoDB documents for updated rows on Google Sheets

    Tracking changes on a spreadsheet manually can be a chore, not to mention making notes for them. Set up this Zap, however, and that frustration will become a thing of the past. Once you do, a new document will be created in MongoDB, bringing with it all your changed data so that whenever you're ready to start going through it, it will be too.

    How It Works

    1. A row is updated on Google Sheets
    2. Zapier automation creates a document on MongoDB

    What You Need

    • Google Sheets account
    • MongoDB database
  • Get Slack messages for new MongoDB documents

    Need a way to make sure the team on Slack keeps up with your database growth? Try setting up this messaging Zap. Once you've done so, any new document created on MongoDB will result in an automatic message sent to the Slack channel of your choice, making sure all the details for every new item are communicated automatically so you don't have to worry about it.

    How It Works

    1. A new document is created in MongoDB
    2. Zapier automatically sends a new message on Slack

    What You Need

    • MongoDB database
    • Slack account
  • Add MailChimp subscribers for new MongoDB documents

    The more your database grows, the more unwieldy it is to manage. Setting up this Zap, however, can help automate that organizational process and give you the edge you need to stay on top of your marketing. Once it's active, any new document created on MongoDB will also add a new subscriber on MailChimp, ensuring that your lists grow automatically, as fast as your business does.

    How It Works

    1. A new document is created in MongoDB
    2. Zapier automatically adds a new subscriber to MailChimp

    What You Need

    • MongoDB database
    • MailChimp account
  • Create MongoDB documents with new webhook data

    Need a little help populating MongoDB with all that incoming webhook data? If you set up this Zap, we can take some of that burden from you. During its configuration, you will be asked to create a custom webhook URL. After that, any data you direct to it will be caught and automatically sent to MongoDB, creating a new document with all your information as a result.

    How It Works

    1. A new payload is caught by a webhook
    2. Zapier automation creates a document on MongoDB

    What You Need

    • MongoDB database
  • Send emails for new documents on MongoDB

    Thinking about the best way to let others know about new documents on MongoDB? Why not good old emai? Just set up this Zap, and we'll handle it for you. From then on, every time you create a new document on MongoDB a new email will be sent out by Zapier's native service, sending all the information to the recipient(s) of your choice so you never have to worry about tedious, repetitive update emails again!

    Note: this integration uses Zapier's native email service. If you want to use your existing email account to send emails, try Zaps with email apps such as Gmail, Mailgun, SMTP or Mandrill.

    How It Works

    1. A new document is created in MongoDB
    2. Zapier automatically sends an email

    What You Need

    • MongoDB database
  • Add MongoDB documents for new RSS feed items

    If those RSS items are coming in faster than you can digest them, it can be a challenge to keep a good record—unless you use some Zapier automation like this one. Once it's been configured, this integration will trigger for every new item posted to the RSS feed you indicate, automatically creating a new document on MongoDB for you, assuring a complete and up to date record is at your disposal whenever you need it.

    How It Works

    1. A new item is posted to an RSS feed
    2. Zapier automation creates a document on MongoDB

    What You Need

    • RSS feed
    • MongoDB database
  • Send new WordPress posts to MongoDB as documents

    Want a way to store your WordPress records easily after you publish them? Setting up this automation could definitely save you time with that. Once you activate it, any time you post to WordPress the data will also be sent to MongoDB, creating a document with all the post information automatically. From then on, you can rely on having an accurate and growing data bank of all your online musings.

    How It Works

    1. A post is made on WordPress
    2. Zapier automation creates a document on MongoDB

    What You Need

    • WordPress account
    • MongoDB database
  • Create MongoDB documents from Parseur parsed email data

    Keep every important email as a document in your MongoDB database with this Zapier integration. Once Parseur has parsed your emails and extracted out the important text, this Zapier integration can create new MongoDB documents from this data. It'll help keep your business flowing.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't import already processed email data, only new emails received after you've set it up

    How this Parseur-MongoDB integration works

    1. A new email is received and processed by Parseur
    2. Zapier creates a new MongoDB document

    Apps involved

    • A Parseur account with a parser already set up
    • An MongoDB database accessible from the internet
  • Add new MongoDB documents for your Tweets

    Tired of copying down your tweets into a spreadsheet every time you post on Twitter? We've got a better, more efficient solution for you in the form of Zapier automation. Once you activate this Zap, every new tweet you post will automatically be added to your MongoDB database as a document, storing everything for posterity while you keep your focus on the more pressing matters at hand.

    How It Works

    1. A tweet is posted on Twitter
    2. Zapier automation creates a document on MongoDB

    What You Need

    • Twitter account
    • MongoDB database
  • Add New MongoDB Document to WordPress as a New Post

    Want to publish to your WordPress site through MongoDB? This MongoDB WordPress integration makes it easy to add new MongoDB documents to WordPress as new posts.

    How It Works

    1. Add a new document to MongoDB
    2. Zapier adds creates a WordPress post from that document

    What You Need

    • MongoDB instance
    • WordPress account
  • Add or update Firebase records for new documents on MongoDB

    Looking for the best way to feed your Firebase app with your MongoDB data? Why not set up this integration between the two to automate the process? Just flip the switch, and from then on any new document added to MongoDB will automatically trigger it, either adding or updating an existing record on Firebase for you so that you can keep your pipeline moving smoothly through Zapier automation.

    How It Works

    1. A new document is created in MongoDB
    2. Zapier automatically adds or updates a record on Firebase

    What You Need

    • MongoDB database
    • Firebase account
  • Create MongoDB documents from new JotForm submissions

    Looking for the best way to connect JotForm to MongoDB? If a seamless, automated integration is what you're after, try out this Zap. Once you set it up, any new submission on JotForm will automatically and consistently be sent over to MongoDB, creating a document with all the information you need. No need to worry about it again as long as the Zap is active—we'll keep working for you.

    How It Works

    1. A submission is received on JotForm
    2. Zapier automation creates a document on MongoDB

    What You Need

    • JotForm account
    • MongoDB database
  • Create MongoDB documents for new submissions on Ninja Forms

    Need to do better than manually transferring your new Ninja Form data into MongoDB? Try this Zap to automate the whole process. After you activate it, any new submission to Ninja Forms will automatically create a document on MongoDB, making sure your databases match and are updated with accurate data at all times.

    How It Works

    1. A submission is received on Ninja Forms
    2. Zapier automation creates a document on MongoDB

    What You Need

    • Ninja Forms account
    • MongoDB database
  • Create MongoDB documents for new entries on Wufoo

    If your Wufoo entries are getting lost due to poor or slow archiving, you might want to try this Zap to turn that efficiency up a notch. Once you've set it up, a new document will automatically created on MongoDB every time a new entry is detected on Wufoo, making sure that no matter how fast it all comes in, your databases will keep up with the information.

    How It Works

    1. A new entry is received on Wufoo
    2. Zapier automation creates a document on MongoDB

    What You Need

    • Wufoo account
    • MongoDB database
  • Publish Pusher events for new MongoDB documents

    Clearly see activity from your MongoDB database with this Zapier automation. When a new document is added to a MongoDB collection, Pusher will pass the information to your web and mobile apps in realtime.

    How It Works

    1. Add a new document to MongoDB
    2. Zapier triggers an event and sends the data to your app through Pusher

    What You Need

    • Pusher account
    • MongoDB instance
  • Turn off Lono zones from MongoDB documents

    When a new document is added to a MongoDB collection, you can easily turn off the specified Lono zone. If you already have an app that uses MongoDB to store values, this automation makes integrating Lono super easy.

    How It Works

    1. A new document is added to MongoDB
    2. Lono will turn off the specified zone

    What You Need

    • Lono account
    • MongoDB account
  • Turn on Lono from MongoDB documents

    If you add a new document to a MongoDB collection, it can automatically turn on the specified Lono zone. Already have an app that uses MongoDB to store values? This handy automation makes integrating Lono super easy.

    How It Works

    1. A new document is added to MongoDB
    2. Lono will turn on the specified zone

    What You Need

    • Lono account
    • MongoDB account
  • Create new Mongo DB documents from SeoToaster pages

    This tool enables you to create a new entry in new row in the data base from SeoToaster page. Forget the hassle of importing and exporting pages data to Mongo DB. With the help of this zap you have all the new data in the right place in your database.

    How It Works

    1. A new page is added on Seotoaster
    2. Zapier creates a new MongoDB document

    What You Need

    • SeoToaster account
    • Mongo DB account
  • Capture IP data from a new MongoDB document (via IP2Location) and store it in another document

    Need to know more about the IPs you're logging? Set up this automation, and Zapier will do the digging for you. It will trigger with every new document you add to MongoDB, sending the IP information to IP2Location for processing. The results will then automatically be logged in a new MongoDB document, saving you the trouble of looking them up yourself.

    Note: Record the resulting IP location data in a different document from the one that triggers this Zap so you don't cause a loop.

    How this MongoDB-IP2Location-MongoDB integration works

    1. A new document is added to MongoDB
    2. Zapier sends an IP from it to IP2Location for geolocation query.
    3. Zapier adds the results to another MongoDB collection.

    Apps involved

    • MongoDB
    • IP2Location
  • Add records to MongoDB with data parsed from PDFs by Docparser

    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

    1. Docparser extracts data fields from a new PDF document
    2. Zapier uses the extracted data to create a new record in MongoDB

    Apps involved

    • Docparser
    • MongoDB
  • Store new SerwerSMS messages as documents on your MongoDB database

    If you're looking for a better way to archive your important messages, try this integration. It will trigger whenever you get a new message on SerwerSMS, automatically adding it to your MongoDB database so you can be sure the details are secure.

    How this MongoDB - SerwerSMS integration works:

    1. A new message is received on SerwerSMS
    2. Zapier creates a new document in MongoDB

    Apps involved

    • MongoDB account
    • SerwerSMS account
  • Add new Zoho Forms submissions to MongoDB as documents

    If you're using the NoSQL MongoDB for your business process, the Zoho Forms-MongoDB integration just made adding data to your database a breeze. You can choose to have a new document created in a collection of your choice each time you receive a form submission. Now you can take full advantage of your database without thinking twice.

    Note: This Zapier integration do not create documents in MongoDB for already submitted entries, only for new submissions after you've set it up.

    How this Zoho Forms-MongoDB integration works

    1. A new entry is submitted to Zoho Forms
    2. Zapier creates a new document in MongoDB

    Apps involved

    • Zoho Forms
    • MongoDB
  • Create MongoDB documents for new files on Dropbox

    Whether you use Dropbox as the starting point for your database processes or just need another archival solution, setting up this Zap is bound to save you some time. Once you do, any new file you add to the folder you define on Dropbox will also create a new document on MongoDB automatically, containing all its information. From then on, it's just a question of throwing those files into the folder—we'll handle the rest.

    How It Works

    1. A file is added to Dropbox
    2. Zapier automation creates a document on MongoDB

    What You Need

    • Dropbox account
    • MongoDB database

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MongoDB Integration Details

Launched on Zapier June 30, 2013

Zapier combines Triggers (like "New Document") and Actions (like "Create Document") to complete an action in one app when a trigger occurs in another app. These combos—called "Zaps"—complete your tasks automatically.

The following MongoDB Triggers, Searches, and Actions are supported by Zapier:

New Document

Triggers when you add a new document to a collection.

New Field

Triggers when you add a new field to a collection.

New Collection

Triggers when you add a new collection.

New Database

Triggers when you add a new database.

Create Document

Create a new document in a collection of your choice.

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