What Targetprocess Triggers and Actions are Supported?#

Supported Triggers#

  • New Iteration - Triggers when a new Iteration is added.
  • New Request - Triggers when a new Request is added.
  • New Team Iteration - Triggers when a new Team Iteration is added.
  • New Build - Triggers when a new Build is added by user.
  • New Feature - Triggers when new Feature is added by user.
  • New Task - Triggers when a new Task is added by user.
  • New Release - Triggers when a new Release is added.
  • New Comment - Triggers when a new Comment is added to some Entity.
  • New Bug - Triggers when a new Bug is added.
  • New Time - Triggers when a new Time record is added to some Entity by User.
  • New User Story - Triggers when a new User Story is added.

Supported Actions#

  • Create Task - Creates a Task, a small chunk of work, typically less than 16 hours. Task must relate to User Story.
  • Create User Story - Creates a User Story, a statement of end user requirements in a couple of sentences. User Story can be assigned to Iteration or Release.
  • Create Comment - Appends a new Comment to existing Entity.
  • Create Build - Creates a Build entity in a project. Bugs and source code Revisions can be assigned to Build.
  • Add Requester to Request - Create new User-Requester and attach her to existing Request.
  • Create Feature - Create a Feature, a high-level requirement which contains User Stories.
  • Create Time - Create a Time record by User for specific Entity.
  • Delete Entity - Deletes an Entity, which follows selected criteria.
  • Create Request - Creates a Request, which can represent idea, issue or question from users.
  • Create Bug - Creates a new Bug (defect, error, flaw, mistake, failure or fault in a computer program). Can relate to User Story. Can be assigned to Release and Iteration.
  • Change State - Change state of existing Entity..

How to Get Started with Targetprocess#

The first thing you'll need to do is connect your Targetprocess account to Zapier.


You can use an existing account, or create a new connection. In the latter case, you’ll see this screen:


  1. Make sure you use the full domain of your Targetprocess account and make sure to omit the trailing slash at the end.

Your Authentication token can be grabbed via http:///api/v1/Authentication?format=json. Paste the URL to a browser and you’ll see JSON with the token.


Copy the token value without quotes, paste it into the authentication field and click “Continue”


As a final step, Zapier will automatically test if your authentication token is good, and you'll be allowed to continue setting up your Zap.

Common Problems with Targetprocess#

We don't have any common problems documented yet, but feel free to contact us so we can help you personally!

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