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How to use Zapier for Webhook + Deadlines Funnel + Kajabi integration

Updated: Dec 5, 2022

How to use Zapier for Webhook + Deadlines Funnel + Kajabi integration

Through Zapier, you can automate repetitive tasks by connecting any app events. In this case, you are going to use a Trigger, which will trigger an event and result in an Action (the task will be executed immediately by Zaps).

For example, when you add an "Assessment Completed" to your account on Kajabi, Zappier will "Custom Request" and then "Create Custom Event" on Deadline Funnel.

  • About Webhooks by Zapier

Webhooks simply POST data (or JSON) to a specific URL every time we see something new. Webhooks can also accept data (or JSON) to kick off a workflow in Zapier.

  • About Kajabi

Kajabi empowers you to create all kinds of content to showcase what you know best, including online courses, coaching programs, podcasts, memberships, and more.

  • About Deadline Funnel

Deadline Funnel is a tool that increases conversions for digital marketers by using personalized deadlines, which help generate more sales and business growth.

*Remember to have accounts in these apps.

Triggers are events that start in Zap, while Actions are events that Zap performs. There are some triggers and actions that Zapier suggests for you:

In Kajabi choose the action you want to perform in Webhook: Tag Remove, Grant Access to an Offer.., etc.

In Deadline Funnel you can choose many different triggers such as New Custom Event, Start Deadline,. etc.


​WebHooks by Zapier

Deadline Funnels


New Form Submission

Triggers when a form is submitted.

New Purchase

Triggers when an offer is purchased.

Tag Added

Triggers when a tag is added to a contact.

Tag Removed

Triggers when a tag is removed from a contact.

Retrieve Poll

Poll a URL and look for new entries.

Catch Raw Hook

Wait for a new POST, PUT, or GET to a Zapier URL. Gives the request body unparsed (max 2 MB) and also includes headers.

Catch Hook

Wait for a new POST, PUT, or GET to a Zapier URL.

New ConvertHub Portal

Triggers when a new portal is created.

New ConvertHub Subscriber

Triggers when a new subscribers submits ConvertHub opt-in form.

New Custom Event

Triggers when a new custom event is created in Deadline Funnel.


Grant Access to an Offer

Grants a new or existing member access to an Offer and its Products.

Create Form Submission

Submits a Form on behalf of a contact. This will opt in the contact for email marketing.

Revoke Access to an Offer

Revokes access to an offer from the specified member.

Custom Request

Fire off a custom request by providing raw details. Very flexible but unforgiving.


Fire off a single GET request with optional querystrings.


Fire off a single POST request as a form or JSON.


Fire off a single PUT request as a form or JSON.

​Create Custom Event

Creates a custom event in DF

Start Deadline

Starts a deadline for a specific lead.

Track Purchase

Creates a sales tracking event.

Step-by-step to use Zap for connecting Deadline Funnel + Webhooks And Kajabi

  • Step 1: Authenticate Deadline Funnel + Webhooks And Kajabi

After you sign in for both apps, then go to and scroll down to this section, click Connect "Deadline Funnel + Webhooks And Kajabi".

Connect "Deadline Funnel + Webhooks And Kajabi".

Zap will auto-combine the apps for you easily to make a command.

  • Step 2: Pick one trigger in one of those apps you need in Zappier, and then it will activate automatically.

In this section below, you will have a list of events that can be triggered.

You will have a list of events that can be triggered in Kajabi. For example, I choose "Tag Added".

Then, when set up in the action, you will need to fill in "Site", "Tag", etc.

You can skip this test if you want to.

The result will come up like this, choose to finish it.

  • Step 3: Choose a resulting action from the other apps.

Repeat the setup as you do in the first application with both of the apps. In this section, the Action will trigger in the Webhooks and Deadline Funnel app.

Move on to Webhooks, here you can choose an event.

You fill out the data that Zapier requires.

Once you have done this, you can test the action.

You choose any actions from the list. Here I choose "Start Deadline" for example.

Then, authenticate the app. Click "Continue".

Fill out the fields. It requires "Campaign", "Email",...etc.

Test the action when you have done.

  • Step 4: Finishing the Zap

It will always ask you to publish your Zap for executing tasks automatically in the future. You can cancel or change the Zaps at any time.

Missing any moves will prevent it from establishing Zaps, remember to follow the guide carefully.

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