How to use Zapier with

Learn how to sync your results with Zapier to integrate Lyne with your existing tech stack.

Hans Dekker
Written by Hans DekkerLast update 1 year ago

Using with Zapier (video tutorial)

A quick video tutorial on using with Zapier. If you still aren't sure how to set this up, scroll down for a step-by-step tutorial on how to set up webhooks with Zapier &

Using with Zapier (step-by-step)

Getting started

Using the webhook function of Zapier (or Make), you can sync your output with the sales technology you're already using every day. All it takes is a one-time setup and you're ready to go.

If you'd like to learn more about what Zapier webhooks are and how they work, you can read this article right here.

Lyne organizes your results and webhooks in folders. Each folder can have one webhook associated with it that will receive all the finished output files from that folder.

So if you have multiple clients you're working with, the easiest way to manage that within Lyne would be to set up a separate folder for each client and attach a unique Zapier webhook to that folder.

Step 1 - creating your Zapier webhook

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Step 2 - saving your webhook in Lyne

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Step 3 - run your list

Next, upload a list to the folder you just selected like you normally would and wait for it to finish.

Step 4 - syncing your results

You can now add a next step to your Zap (Google Sheets, Hubspot, Mailshake, ..) and start mapping your results by clicking "show all options".

Step 5 - saving your Zap

Finally, save your Zap and make sure it's activated. You can now upload lists to the folder you've selected and the results will automatically be synced with the tool of your choosing.

In conclusion

Zapier or Make (formerly Integromat) webhooks are a great way of syncing your Lyne results with the rest of your tech stack and work more efficiently. Setup only takes a couple of minutes and is a "set it and forget it" type thing.

You can add slightly more advanced steps such as Zapier filters to filter out any rows that don't have Lynes for example. More info on that can be found here (or contact us for a tutorial).

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