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Zapier - Google Sheets to Enrol Member.

Automate enrolling members from a new Google Sheets row

Danny Allen avatar
Written by Danny Allen
Updated over a week ago

This article will show you how to automatically enrol members when a row is added to a Google Sheets spreadsheet.


  • A PassKit account with a program and tier set up.

  • A Zapier account.

  • A Google Sheets spreadsheet containing at least one row of member data (See example below)

Navigate to the Zapier integration page for your program, log into Zapier and then follow the steps below.

Step 1 - Click on Create New Zap

Step 2 - Set up the trigger

Click on "Trigger" then search for and select Google Sheets

Step 3 - Choose the Trigger Event

Select the event that will trigger the Zap, for this we need to use "New Spreadsheet Row"

Then choose the Google account and log in if prompted and click 'Continue' when done.

Step 4 - Select the spreadsheet name and sheet which will be used to hold the members details.

Click 'Continue' when finished

This is an example of the Google Sheets spreadsheet I am using

Step 5 - Test the trigger

Click on 'Test Trigger'

Click on 'Continue with selected record'

Step 6 - Set up the Action

The action refers to what happens when the Zap is triggered.

Search for and select PassKit Membership

Step 6 - Select the Action event

Select 'Enrol member' and click continue

Then choose the PassKit account to be used and log in if prompted and click 'Continue' when done.

Step 7 - Select the program and tier the member should be enrolled in.

Step 8 - Map the fields

Mapping the fields tells Zapier which columns in the spreadsheet go with which fields on the Membership/Loyalty card design.

Click 'Continue' when done.

Step 9 - Test the Action step

If successful, the Pass ID and Pass URL will be returned.

Step 10 - Publish your Zap

Add a name for your Zap and click Publish.

That's the setup complete. You can also check the member is showing in your member list.

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