Zapier is an online automation tool that allows users to integrate web applications like Gmail, Mailchimp, Google Sheets, CRMs and over 1,000 more such apps. You can connect two or more apps to automate repetitive tasks without coding or relying on developers to build the integration. Using Zapier, you can move data between your web apps automatically, so you can focus on your most important work. 

For example, let's consider that you get a lot of learners for your website (hosted on Learnyst) and you want to store the information of individual learners in Google Sheets. Every time you get a new learner, you could open Google Sheets, and then add the information one by one. Or you can have Zapier automate this for you, saving you time and effort.

Steps to Configure Learnyst on Zapier:

  • First, you will have to create your own Zapier account. You can create a Zapier account for free at If you already have a Zapier account, please log in to your Zapier account.

  • Next, you can choose any of the Learnyst triggers as per your requirement:

Click on Continue button.

  • Connect to your learnyst account by providing your Learnyst admin login details:

Click on Continue button.

  • Get Samples and make sure that you have at least 1 learner to get test samples. You can add learners through admin panel or ask anyone to sign-up on your Learnyst account:

Click on Continue.

  • Click on “Add a Step” to integrate another App. Here, I am integrating Google Sheets:

  • Now, again link the Google Account and test it:

  • Now, for getting a setup preview add a spreadsheet and fill up the required fields:

  • Select to send test worksheets to Google Sheets:

  • And your spreadsheet is updated:

  • Finally, your integration (Zap) is done and you can switch it on or off whenever you like:

  • Now, as and when new data is added to Learnyst it automatically gets updated in Google Sheets. Let’s check by signing up a new user :

We can see new signed-up user being added automatically in second row of Google spreadsheet.

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