How to Send Exported WordPress Data to Zapier

Zapier acts as a middle man between WP All Export and hundreds of other popular apps. You can automatically add export files to Dropbox or Google Drive, email them somewhere with Gmail, or anything else you can think of. Here's the full list of apps: http://zapier.com/zapbook/wp-all-export-pro/

You can save your WP All Export Pro export files to Google Drive or Dropbox when your export finishes. You can also send your export files via email. Note that Zapier can only process your export file, but not the data contained inside the file.

Connect Zapier and WP All Export

Go to Zapier.com, create an account, and make a new Zap. Then select WP All Export as the trigger app and whatever you want as the action app.

When an export is successfully completed WP All Export will send Zapier some information like the export file’s URL, the post types exported, the number of records in the export file, etc.

When creating your Zap you can set up filters so it only runs when a specific export is completed, or if this is an export of WooCommerce orders, or if it contains more than 100 records, or whatever you want.

Step 1: Customize Your Export

Create and set up your custom WordPress export as desired. In this example, we will send our export file to an email, but the process is the same for any other trigger used within Zapier.

Step 2: Connect With Zapier

In Zapier, select Make a Zap, choose WP All Export Pro as the app, and New Export File as the trigger. Then, click on Continue:

If you haven't linked your WP All Export account yet, Zapier will ask you to sign in. To connect your site to Zapier, you will need your site's URL and your API key, which can be found in All Export › Settings.

Once connected to the correct site, Zapier will ask you to test the trigger with a recent export. After the trigger is set up, you can select the action that will happen whenever there's a New Export File in WP All Export:

Every time that the export runs, the trigger will execute and perform the action as configured inside Zapier. You can learn more about using Zapier: https://zapier.com/learn/getting-started-guide/what-is-zapier/

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