Submittable Integrations

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CRM (Customer Relationship Management)
 +1, Premium

133 Integrations


Email Newsletters

49 Integrations

Google Sheets

 +1, Spreadsheets

49 Integrations


File Management & Storage

49 Integrations



14 Integrations


Project Management

49 Integrations

Google Drive

File Management & Storage
 +1, Google

49 Integrations


Team Chat

70 Integrations


Website Builders
 +1, WordPress

14 Integrations

Connect Submittable to 1,500+ Apps

Add Submittable submitters to a MailChimp list

Submittable + Mailchimp

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Save new Submittable submission data to a Google Sheets spreadsheet

Submittable + Google Sheets

Save new Submittable submission files in Dropbox

Submittable + Dropbox

Send a Slack message when a new Submittable submission is received

Submittable + Slack

Send a Slack message when a new Submittable submission is accepted

Submittable + Slack

Submittable Integration Details

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


InstantNew Submission

Triggers when new submissions arrive in your Submittable Account.

InstantSubmission Declined

Triggers when a submission is declined.

InstantNew Staff Member

Triggers when a new staff member is added to your Submittable organization. If the new staff member does not already have an account, this event triggers when the invitation is accepted.

InstantSubmission Withdrawn

Triggers when a submission is declined.

InstantSubmission Accepted

Triggers when a submission is accepted.

InstantNew Note

Triggers when a note is added to any submission in your account.

InstantSubmission Status Changed

Triggers when a submission's status changes.

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