When this happens...
New York TimesNew Article
Then do this...
MySQLNew Row

Store headlines, URLs, and other data from the New York Times top stories into your MySQL database. Once this automation is all set up, it will capture any fields you want, including the article abstract, author, publication date, and store them as a new row in one of your MySQL tables so you can query for them as needed.

How this New York Times-MySQL integration works

  1. A new article from your selected New York Times section is published
  2. Zapier adds the fields you request to your MySQL database

Apps involved

  • New York Times
  • MySQL

Why Zapier?


Get started for free—14 day trial of premium features and apps.


No coding required—automate any of 1,500+ apps in minutes.


Enterprise-level security—connect mission-critical apps.

It's easy to connect MySQL + New York Times and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.

When this happens...
then do this!
New or Updated Row

Triggered when a new row is added or modified.

Update Row

Updates an existing row.

New Row (Custom Query)

Triggered when new rows are returned from a custom query that you provide. Advanced Users Only

New Row

Adds a new row.

New Row

Triggered when you add a new row.

New Article

Triggers when a top article is published

New Column

Triggered when you add a new column.

Use our free platform to build a single Zapier integration and instantly connect your app with 1,500+ others.

Become a Zapier Integration Partner

MySQL is a premier database used in millions of production environments around the world. Easily plug your MySQL database into any web service.

Learn More

The New York Times is an American daily newspaper which features top articles across many sections, including politics, technology, and opinion.

See New York Times Integrations