Azure Web Apps Help & Support

  • How to Get Started with Azure Web App
  • Popular Things To Do With Azure Web Sites
  • Common Problems with Windows Azure Web Sites

How to Get Started with Azure Web App

After choosing your Azure Web App trigger, you will need to connect your account. This is really easy and you only need one piece of extra information.

In the Azure portal go to your web app and click on the Settings button. Select the Properties option and copy the URL under DEPLOYMENT TRIGGER URL.

DEPLOYMENT TRIGGER URL

Then come back to Zapier and paste this URL to the Deployment URL textbox. Name your account. Your Azure Web App account will be tested for successful connection.

Popular Things To Do With Azure Web Sites

  • Send Slack messages for new Azure App Service deployments

    Azure Web Apps + Slack

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  • Get email notifications for Azure App Service deployments

    Azure Web Apps + Email by Zapier

  • Send emails for new finished jobs on Azure App Service

    Azure Web Apps + Email by Zapier

  • Send emails through Gmail for new Azure App Service deployments

    Azure Web Apps + Gmail

  • Send Slack messages for new finished jobs on Azure App Service

    Azure Web Apps + Slack

  • Send Twilio SMS messages for new finished jobs on Azure App Service

    Azure Web Apps + Twilio

Common Problems with Windows Azure Web Sites

Zap not working for Deployment Slots

Azure has a feature called deployment slots, which are another site that is cloned from your existing one.

When you create an Azure action for your main site, the webhook is not called for deployment slot.

To fix this, you will need to create another account connection to Windows Azure Web Sites linked to you desired deployment slot as described above here.

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