The WooCommerce Zapier integration plugin has received a fantastic response since its launch almost two weeks ago.
In this period, we’ve seen:
- 30 comments on the woothemes.com announcement post
- More than 50 tweets/retweets
- More than 75 shares/likes on Facebook
So thanks to everyone for their support!
The table below shows that the New Order trigger is the most popular – more than 2/3 of all zaps are using this trigger.
The New Customer trigger is the next most popular, followed by the more advanced New Order Status Change trigger.
We expected New Order to be the most popular trigger event (no surprises there), but we also thought the New Order Status Change trigger would be quite popular.
What services are you integrating WooCommerce with?
We aren’t able to see what third party services our existing users are integrating with, so we’d love to hear from you.
What are you using WooCommerce and Zapier for? Post a comment below to let us know.
How do I get started?
If you’re yet to get started, we recommend taking a look at some of our instructions below:
- WooCommerce to Freshbooks
- WooCommerce to Xero
- WooCommerce to Twilio
- WooCommerce to Campaign Monitor
- WooCommerce to MailChimp
- WooCommerce to Dropbox
- WooCommerce to Google Drive
- WooCommerce to Highrise
- WooCommerce to ZenDesk
- WooCommerce to Gmail
- WooCommerce to Email
- WooCommerce to Google Docs
- WooCommerce to Help Scout
The documentation is also a great starting point.
We’re currently working on adding support for the ever-popular WooCommerce Subscriptions extension, as well as creating some other useful zap templates to make it easier for people to get started with a few simple clicks.