Zapier is a wonderful service to connect different apps or tools you use on a regular basis. Jilt can connect to Zapier to send new Jilt data to a service of your choice.
Let's walk through connecting Jilt to your Zapier account, and creating a zap triggered by Jilt via an abandoned cart or new order. You can send the customer's name and email to another tool, such as a CRM, spreadsheet, Slack channel, and more.
Set up your trigger
First, let's make sure your Jilt account is connected to Zapier. We're going to assume you already have a Zapier account and are logged in.
Go to your Jilt Dashboard, and under "Settings" click "Integrations". There is a button to connect to Zapier.
You'll be sent to a Zapier page where you can accept the invite to enable Jilt's Zapier integration. Click accept.
Now you need to authorize your Jilt account via Zapier. From Zapier's dashboard, go to "connected accounts" and search for Jilt.
It will trigger a pop-up window to authorize your Jilt account to interact with Zapier.
Now your Jilt and Zapier accounts are connected! You can revoke access at any time from the same Jilt Settings & Integration screen.
Now, you can create Jilt-enabled Zaps!
Set up your trigger
First, you'll need to make a new zap. You won't see Jilt as a trigger (yet!); search for Jilt from the "Choose a Trigger App" view. Since you're now connected to your JIlt account, it'll pop up as an option.
Once you've selected Jilt as your trigger, you'll be asked which trigger to use. You can take your pick, but for this example we'll choose to trigger when a new abandoned cart is detected.
It'll prompt you to choose which store to use from your Jilt account, and then will prompt you to add an action step.
From here, the Zapier world is your oyster!
You can now add your action to the zap using any app you'd like. For example, you can push Jilt customers into Hubspot CRM, add them to a spreadsheet, or send yourself a Slack notification. Your action will have the customer email, first name, and last name available from Jilt.
You can create as many zaps as you like, or make multi-step zaps and send the same Jilt data to multiple apps.