How to connect to other services with Make (formerly Integromat)
Make (formerly Integromat) is our preferred automation partner that helps you to connect your Tripetto response data to other online services. This article describes how to enable our webhook for this and how to configure it with Make.
🔔 Notice: Update your Integromat automations to Make
Since February 2022 Integromat is rebranded to Make. With that, Integromat becomes a legacy product offering. This can have an impact on your existing automations from Tripetto to Integromat.
When to use
By connecting Tripetto to other services you can do all kinds of actions with your response data, like pushing it to a spreadsheet editor (Microsoft Excel/Google Sheets) or a database, or trigger other follow-up actions. The possibilities are endless!
Make (formerly Integromat) is our preferred partner to help you with this. Follow the instructions in this article if you want to use Make to connect your Tripetto response data with other software services.
📣 Info: Make alternatives
How to use
In this article we will show the steps you have to take to connect Tripetto with Make. You can also have a look at our global article about how webhooks work.
🚧 Warning: Make knowlegde needed
We assume you know how to configure and use Make. Tripetto support can not help you with configuring this and/or the services that you want to connect your Tripetto form to.
Step 1 - Prepare Make
Make makes it easy for you to connect with Tripetto. They offer a dedicated Tripetto integration, which you can find over here.
In Make simply create a new scenario and add the Tripetto module to it. Select the trigger
Watch responses to let Make watch for new Tripetto responses.
Step 2 - Connect Make
After you selected the
Watch responses trigger, you can add a webhook connection to it. We advise to create a new webhook connection for each Tripetto form.
Add to create a new webhook. You can give the webhook a name, so you can recognize to which Tripetto form that webhook is connected.
Now, underneath the selected webhook, you see a URL. That's your webhook URL that you need in your Tripetto form. Click
Copy address to clipboard, as we will need that URL in Tripetto now.
OK to save your settings.
Now switch to your form in Tripetto. At the top menu bar of the form builder click
Connections. The Connections pane will show up on the right side of the form builder.
The first option in this screen is
Make. After enabling the feature
Submit completed forms to Make you can paste the webhook URL you got from your new Make scenario.
WordPress only: making uploaded files accessible
If you have a file upload block in your form in WordPress, you can download the uploaded files from your respondents with a download link. For security reasons the download links will only work if you are logged in to your WP Admin and thus your automation tool will not be able to access those uploaded files by default.
If you want to make the download links available for Make you can enable the setting
Allow access to uploaded files.
Step 3 - Receive response data
Now your Tripetto form is connected to Make. Next step is to get the structure of your form to Make, so you can use that structure and data in your follow-up services.
To do so, first switch back to Make and click the big
Run once button. Make is now temporarily opened to receive a response from your Tripetto form.
Now, switch back to Tripetto and submit some response data. You can do that by simply clicking the
Test button. That will send a test response from your form to Make with some dummy content. Or you can also simply submit a real form entry yourself via the shareable link of your form.
After that, you can switch to Make again. You'll see the Tripetto module has an update now. When you click that update bubble, you'll see the response data from your form. Great, you're connected!
Your connection between Tripetto and Make is all set! Now it's up to you what follow-up actions you want to attach to it.
Step 4 - Add services
Now it's time to connect the services you want.
At the right side of the Tripetto module you can add one or more modules of other services that you want to connect. Simply add a module and search for the wanted service. It depends on the service how you connect to it and what options are available.
If the service you want to connect supports the input of response fields, you can map which Tripetto field must be entered in each input field. That way you can determine where your Tripetto response data goes to in the connected service.
You can test your scenario all the time by clicking the
Run once button in Make. Make sure you submit a new Tripetto response each time you want to test it.
Step 5 - Activate magic
If you're done editing your scenario, you can activate it.
Switch the schedule button at the bottom from
On. We advise to schedule the scenario
Immediately, so the scenario handles each Tripetto response immediately when it is submitted.
From now on, each completed submission of this Tripetto form will send its data to Make and Make will execute the magic into other services.
Discover the possibilities!
Make supports lots of great services to connect to.
We listed some common used scenarios that you can start with right away!
Tripetto to Google Sheets
Add a new row to a Google Sheet with all Tripetto response data.Make
Tripetto to Microsoft To Do
Add a new task to a list in Microsoft To Do based on Tripetto response data.Make
Tripetto to Mailchimp
Add a new subscriber to a Mailchimp audience based on Tripetto response data.Make
Tripetto to Shopify
Create a new customer and create a new order in Shopify based on Tripetto response data.Make
Tripetto to Zendesk
Create a new Zendesk support ticket based on Tripetto response data.Make
Tripetto to Airtable + PayPal
Add a new record to an Airtable database with all Tripetto response data and create a payment in PayPal.Make
We prepared some templates that you can start with right away in Make. Templates help you to quickly setup a scenario.
All Make modules
Take a look at the endless possibilities of services in Make in their apps & services overview. Just make sure you configure the Tripetto module as described in the article above and then connect it with the service(s) you want.