Using Zapier with Webflow forms

If you have a paid Webflow account plan or are part of a Team, you can send Webflow form data to Zapier to automatically route form submissions to hundreds of apps including Gmail, MailChimp, Salesforce, and more. Upgrade now.

  1. Login to you Zapier account
  2. Click on Make a Zap
  1. ‍Choose Webflow as your trigger app
  1. Select From Submission as Webflow trigger
  1. Connect your Webflow Account.
  1. Grant Zapier permission to access your Webflow account by clicking Authorize Application.
Zapier uses oAuth to interface with your Webflow account (the same way Facebook and Google connect with their accounts). If you are already logged in to your Webflow account when you integrate with Zapier, Webflow will not require you to reenter your password and will present you with an authorization screen immediately. Zapier does not have access to any of your account information, including your password.
  1. Refresh the page
  2. Rename the Connection (optional) then Save + Continue
  1. Set up Webflow Form Submission by selecting the site you want to receive notifications from and the Form Name. Continue.
  1. Click Fetch & Continue to Test the Webflow connection. Continue.
Make sure you have at least one recent form submission created or submit a new form submission on your website before testing the connection. If there's an issue with the connection troubleshoot your Webflow connection with Zapier
  1. Choose an action app and continue to setup your Zap Action following the Zapier guidelines. Learn more.
  2. ‍Once your Zap has been created, give it a name and switch it on.
Troubleshooting
Although Zapier integration help is outside the scope of Webflow support, if you are having any trouble with your Zaps, please contact us and we’ll help as much as we can.