Use Zapier to connect your business apps with Bark. Zapier moves information between your apps automatically, so you don’t have to.

Zapier offers different tiers of service, albeit with some limitations. With this account, you can perform up to 100 tasks per month, but you can only have five Zaps active at any given time.

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You can connect two or more apps through your Zapier dashboard to automate repetitive tasks without coding or relying on developers to build the integration.

Zaps start with a trigger—an event in one of your apps that kicks off your workflow. Zaps automate tasks in the background, so you can focus on more important work.

There are two ways you can create a Zap: You can use Zap templates—pre-built workflows—or create your own Zap from scratch if you need more customization.

In order for Zapier to create any automation for you, it needs to have permissions to access your data within your app account. This then enables Zapier to carry out any actions on your behalf through your Zaps, whether this is creating, searching for, or updating an element within your app.

Does Zapier save my data?

  • Credentials that you use to connect your accounts are encrypted and not visible to Zapier. 
  • The requests Zapier makes to other services/ apps on your behalf are stored for 7 days for troubleshooting purposes, then purged on a rolling basis.
  • Task History is stored for longer periods of time (approximately 3 months, never longer than 4 months) so that you can monitor Zapier activity and replay failures.

The easiest way to use Zapier is if the app you want already exists in their app store. However, if the app you want is not on Zapier, there is a technical workaround that can help you –

No. Zapier does not support two-way syncing between apps right now. Think of Zaps like one-way workflows.