- September 15, 2016
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Zapier is a tool for non-technical people to easily connect together web apps. Zapier has both free and paid plans based on the number of integrations you set up and the frequency that they’re checked for updates.
What can you do with Zapier and DPD?
Zapier supports over 700 popular CRM, Accounting, communication, and task management tools. You can pass your customer and sales data to any one of these apps using an easy point and click interface, harnessing the power of the DPD API without having to write a single line of code.
Some examples of what you can do with DPD and Zapier
We’ve created a few pre-configuered shared Zaps based on what vendors often request integration with:
But thats not all you can do with DPD and Zapier! DPD can connect and share sales data with any of the 700+ supported apps using custom setups you create using their easy point and click interface. You can learn more by visiting DPD’s page on the Zapbook.
Getting started with DPD and Zapier:
We have a full KB article on Using Zapier with DPD with screenshots and more in the DPD knowledgebase, but here are the basic steps:
- Go to DPD’s page on the Zapbook
- You can choose one of our suggested Zaps, or browse the Zapbook for other services to integrate with
- Connect your DPD account to Zapier using your DPD username and the API key from your DPD profile page
- Create new Zaps by matching up DPD sales data with fields in your external apps, or use one of our shared Zaps to get started.
You can always send us a support ticket through the support link in your account or DPD knowledgebase. We’ll add more shared Zaps based on your feedback too, so if you have questions about integrating a specific app with DPD using Zapier we’ll be happy to take a look and get a shared Zap set up to help you out!