Updated: Dec 5, 2022
Zapier is an app that allows you to connect between any app events so it can perform repetitive tasks automatically.
( Zap, Zap, Zeus)
For example, when you add an "Assessment Completed" to your account on Kajabi, Zappier will "Create Blog Entry" instantly on Shopify.
Shopify is a user-friendly e-commerce platform that helps small businesses build an online store and sell online through one streamlined dashboard. Shopify merchants can build a modern online store and sell on social media sites, seller marketplaces, other blogs, and websites, via email, text, and chat.
Kajabi empowers you to create all kinds of content to showcase what you know best, including online courses, coaching programs, podcasts, memberships, and more.
*Remember to have accounts in both apps.
There are some triggers and actions that Zapier suggests for you:
In Kajabi, you can choose many different triggers such as: New Purchase, Tag Added, .. etc.
With Shopify, you can choose many different actions such as: Create Product, Create Order,.. etc.
It will have a meta description for any actions or triggers for choosing the one to fill up the user's requirement.
New Form Submission
Triggers when a form is submitted.
Triggers when an offer is purchased.
Triggers when a tag is added to a contact.
Triggers when a tag is removed from a contact.
New Blog Entry
Triggers when a new entry is added to a blog in your Shopify store.
Triggers when a new customer is added to your Shopify account.
New Abandoned Cart
Triggers whenever a cart is "abandoned" (only open carts) (with line item support).
New Cancelled Order
Triggers whenever a order is "cancelled" (with line item support).
New Paid Order
Triggers whenever a new purchase is "paid". You can choose a different order status like pending or refunded (with line item support).
Triggers when a new purchase is made (only open orders) (with line item support).
New Order (Any Status)
Triggers when a new purchase is made (of any order status).
Triggers when a new product is added to your Shopify store.
Triggers when a customer's information is updated.
Triggers when an order is updated (with line item support).
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.
Create Blog Entry
Creates a new blog post.
Creates a new customer.
Update Inventory Quantity
Updates the quantity of an existing product variant.
Creates a new order (with line item support).
Creates a new product.
Create Product Variant
Creates a new product variant.
Updates an existing customer. Replaces only data that is set.
Updates an existing product. Replaces only data that is set.
Update Product Variant
Updates an existing product variant. Replaces only data that is set.
Finds a customer by name or email.
Find Product by Title
Finds a product by a title search.
Find Product Variant by Title
Finds a product variant by a title search.
Find or Create Customer
Finds or creates a specific customer.
Find or Create Product
Finds or creates a specific product by title v2.
Find or Create Product Variant
Finds or creates a specific product variant by title.
Step-by-step to use Zap for connecting Shopify + Kajabi
Step 1: Authenticate Shopify And Kajabi
After you sign in for both apps, then go to https://zapier.com/apps/kajabi/integrations/shopify and scroll down to this section, click "Connect Kajabi + Shopify".
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. For example, I choose "Tag Added.
Set up action: Fill in the blank the data from Kajabi.
You must fill the blanks: "Site" and "Tag" to set up triggers.
Once done, you can test the action to find value or skip the test if your filling is correct.
This is the final result. Move on to next section.
Step 3: Choose a resulting action from the other app.
Repeat the setup as you do in the first application.
You will have a list of events that can be triggered. For example, I choose "Create Order".
Click "Sign-in" to connect to Shopify.
Go to Shopify and enter your username to authenticating.
And after you fill in the blanks for information that Shopify requires, you will test the actions.
or skip the test.
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.
Publishing the Zaps will automatically connect whenever any events are triggered.
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