Using the SPP Zapier App

Zapier is a tool that allows you to connect SPP to more than 500 other web apps without writing code.

As of right now our Zapier app features 3 triggers:

  • New account
  • New order
  • Form submitted

That means you can have SPP pass information to another service any time one of those things happens.

To set up the integration you’ll first need to enable the Zapier module in SPP. In its¬†settings you’ll see an API key which you’ll need later.


Get Your API Key


Because our app is not public yet you’ll need to click the button and accept a beta invitation on the next page. Now you’ll be able to choose SPP when creating a Zap.

The first time you do this you’ll be asked to connect your SPP account.

Connect Your SPP

This is where you’ll need to enter your API key and full SPP url (with http:// and without / at the end).

You will only need to do this step once. From here you can follow the instructions on screen to choose what happens when your Zap is triggered.

That is it, really. If you have any questions or a more complex use case don’t hesitate to contact us.

Example Zap to Add Orders to Different Trello Boards

We’ll start by adding a trigger for new orders like so:

If different services need to go to a different Trello board you can add a Filter step to your Zap:

Configure your filter to continue only if a certain service ID was purchased:

You can find the ID of your service from the URL when editing it in SPP. For example, here the service id is 1:

Alternatively you can filter by service name, however you will need to update your Zap if you change it.

Finally you can set up an action to add a new card in your board:

Repeat these steps for other boards changing the filter settings.

To test your Zap you have a few options:

  • Create a new invoice and mark it as paid (this will add orders to the system)
  • Create a free service and purchase it from your account
  • Turn off live payments and place a test order

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