Zapier integration

Fleep has a customized webhook for Zapier to post messages from Zapier integrated services into Fleep conversations. Follow these steps to setup your Zapier integration:

  1. Create the Fleep conversation where you want to receive your Zapier updates.
  2. In that conversation open Conversation Settings > Integrations and click on the Add button and then Create on the next popup window to generate a new hook for Zapier integration.
    Zapier integrations
    Screen Shot 2015-12-03 at 11.03.48
  3. Copy the hook URL from the Active integrations list that opens up in Fleep.
    zapier hook
  4. Log in to Zapier and from the Dashboard click on Make a Zap! or Make a New Zap button to start with a new update feed.
    zap
  5. Now you need to choose a Trigger App and a Trigger. In this scenario, we will set up Twitter to send a Tweet to a Fleep conversation. So, for example, search for Twitter and select My Tweet from the Triggers:
    Screen Shot 2015-12-03 at 11.13.43
    Twitter trigger
  6. Depending of the trigger service you might have to verify the service account (in this scenario your Twitter account) and Select a Fleep account (happens automatically, don’t need to do anything). Click on Save + Continue.
    select account
  7. Now you have to choose an Action app and an Action. Just search for Fleep and it will show up:
    action app
    The Action will always be Send Message for Fleep. Just click Save + Continue:
    Fleep action
  8. Now you have to set the format for the messages that will be sent to Fleep (in this case from Twitter account) and insert the Fleep Hook URL you previously created in Fleep. Click on Continue.
    format
  9. And now you’re ready to test your Zap! After you click on Continue & Test, you should see incoming messages to your Fleep conversation, posted by the service you just set up.
    test zap

    zapier fleep twitter

    Example of a Zapier notification posted in a Fleep conversation.

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