Zapier, renowned integration platform, lets you connect Emojics to +1,000 other web services. It means that you can use it to send data from Emojics to any other supported app.
Creating a Zap (an integration between two apps) you can automate your day-to-day tasks and build workflows between apps. All of this set up in minutes with no coding!
To create a Zap you need to choose the two services you want to connect and then select what you want one service does, so a “trigger”, and if this happens an “action” that other services have to respond.
Triggers and actions are simply events.
For example: Everytime you receive a new lead from Emojics (the trigger), Zapier sends the lead directly to MailChimp (the action).
To set up an integration you need just an Emojics account and a Zapier account (sign up for a free: Zapier)
Use an existing Zap template
You can use one of the existing Zap templates. Here are some pre-made Emojics integrations:
How do I create my own Zap with Emojics?
Follow the steps below to create your own Zap that will automatically send data from Emojics to any other app supported by Zapier. In this example we’ll send Emojics data to Google sheet as rows.
Step 1. Trigger
1.1. Sign in on Zapier and click the MAKE A ZAP!
1.2. Choose Emojics as the Trigger App. The Trigger App is the one the data is sent from.
1.3. Then you'll be offered to choose the trigger.
There are three available Emojics options:
New Reaction: it's when a user clicks on a reaction between love, like, neutral, sad or angry.
New Interaction: it's when a user, after the emoji click, filled out one of your campaigns between comment, lead email, share on social etc
New User: it's when a user filled out a lead email campaign
In this example, we'll select “New reaction” trigger.
1.4. Connect your Emojics account, if you haven't done it yet or choose an existing account.
1.4.1. To connect your Emojics account, you have to enter Emojics Api Key in this Zapier field
1.4.2. To find the Emojics Api Key, you have to go on Emojics Dashboard on Settings-->Integrations-->Api Key. Click on “Generate new Api Key” if you don’t have one yet, and then click on “Copy Api Key” to paste it on Zapier field.
1.5. Now, if you want to filter a reaction for a specific campaign you can choose the one that best suits your needs or none.
In our example, we will not choose any campaign.
1.6. Next, Zapier will test your trigger by exporting an existing reaction.
!Make sure that there is at least one recently reaction. If there is not, create one yourself by click the Emojics widget on your website!
Step 2. Action
2.1. Now, choose the Action App, the application where data should be sent to.
Choose the action you want to be performed when someone clicks on a reaction on your website. In our example we will choose Google Sheets.
2.2. Click on “Create spreadsheet Row”
2.3. Connect your Google account on Zapier and clicks Save.
2.4. Select the spreadsheet and worksheet in Google Sheets.
In our example, as you can see below, we’ve created a spreadsheet “New Reactions” and a worksheet “Reactions” with five different columns.
2.5. Then we will select the fields that we want to fill with Emojics data. When you select your spreadsheet and your worksheet, your columns name will be loading and you should fill out the fields with Emojics parameters that you want.
2.6. Next, Zapier will test your action by exporting your reactions between Emojics and your Google Sheets.
The test was successful!
2.7. Give a name at your Zap: After you have selected the two apps, the trigger and the action, you can name your Zap.
2.8. Active your Zap: The last step is to turn the Zap on.
You can now see this new integration in the list of Zaps in your account.
While the Zap is on, every time a website visitor fills out your widget the data will be automatically sent to the selected app.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.