1.On your browser, search for "zapier.com"
2.Sign up with the same email/social media you have used for Airmeet.
3. Connect your Zapier account with Airmeet Organizer Account.
4. Create Zap and name it.
5. Give a name to your Zap.
A trigger is an event that starts a Zap. Once you've set up a Zap, Zapier will monitor for that trigger event. E.g., you can set up a Zap to send a direct message in Slack to yourself every time participants register for an event.
6. Choose an app to integrate (applications you want to Integrate).
7. Search Airmeet and select the same.
8. Customize the information you want with Airmeet (basically means when to allow Zapier to create the automated lists. For example, e.g., Create an attendee list as they register, remainder before the events, etc.
- New Airmeet - Triggers when a new Airmeet is created.
- Attendee Registered - Triggers when an attendee registers for an Airmeet.
- Airmeet Start -Triggers when a specific Airmeet is started by the host.
- Airmeet Finish- Triggers when an Airmeet is ended by the host.
- Airmeet Reminder - Triggers when Airmeet is scheduled to start in 4 hours.
- Registrant Added on a Specific Event - Triggers when a Registrant Added on a specific event.
For better Visualization, please watch this tutorial video:
An action is an event a Zap performs after it is triggered. For example, if you want to add a participant as soon as he is added to your Mailchimp audience, the action is ‘Add Registrant.’
- Create Airmeet - Action for Airmeet Creation
- Create Speaker - Add A Speaker To Airmeet
- Create Session - Create a Session in Airmeet
- Add Registrant - Add Registrant To Airmeet
After creating a trigger (with another application), you can perform a PUSH call to send data to Airmeet using relevant actions.
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