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Typical approach for creating automations with Zapier
Typical approach for creating automations with Zapier

How to connect and integrate PassKit with your other applications using Zapier

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Written by Danny Allen
Updated over a week ago

Zapier is a product that allows end users to integrate the web applications they use and automate workflows. As of 2021, it connects to more than 4,000 apps, with free and paid plans.

Access PassKit on Zapier

Click on the links below to access the PassKit integration on the Zapier platform.

How to integrate PassKit using Zapier

To integrate PassKit with another application using Zapier, you would typically follow these steps:

  1. Create a Zapier Account: If you don't have a Zapier account, sign up for one at

  2. Log in to Your Zapier Account: Once you have an account, log in to your Zapier account.

  3. Create a New Zap: In Zapier, a "Zap" is an automation workflow. To create a new Zap, click the "Make a Zap" button on your Zapier dashboard.

  4. Choose a Trigger App: The first step in creating a Zap is to choose a "Trigger" app. In this case, you want to trigger an action when something happens in PassKit (e.g., when a new membership card is created). Search for and select the PassKit app as the trigger app.

  5. Set Up the Trigger: Follow the prompts to configure the trigger event. You'll likely need to connect your PassKit account to Zapier and specify the event that should trigger the integration (e.g., when a new membership card is created).

  6. Test the Trigger: After setting up the trigger, you can test it to ensure it's working correctly.

  7. Choose an Action App: Now, you need to specify what action should happen in the other application when the trigger event occurs. Search for and select the app you want to integrate with PassKit (e.g., a CRM, email marketing tool, or another membership management system).

  8. Set Up the Action: Configure the action to be taken in the chosen app. This will depend on the specific use case. For example, if you want to add new PassKit membership card data to a CRM, you would set up the CRM action to create a new contact or record based on the data from PassKit.

  9. Test the Action: After configuring the action, you should test it to make sure it's working as expected.

  10. Turn On the Zap: Once you're satisfied with the setup, turn on the Zap. It will now run automatically whenever the trigger event occurs in PassKit.

  11. Monitor and Maintain: Keep an eye on your Zap to ensure it continues to work correctly. You can also make adjustments or add more actions to your Zap if needed.

Please note that the specific steps and available integrations continually evolve. Be sure to check the latest documentation and features on the Zapier platform and the PassKit documentation for any updates or changes. Additionally, you may need to have the necessary permissions and API access for an integration to work.

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