How to Connect an Elementor Form to Zapier

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The following video shows you how to connect an Elementor form to Zapier, and then route your subscribers to any email marketing system or app that integrates with Zapier. I show you how to do this with Drip in this video, but you could easily do this with anything Zapier integrates with.

As a side note, I cover a lot of these kinds of things in my dedicated course on Zapier (Getting Started with Zapier), but I recorded this video today due to a request for help that I received. Hope it helps you, too! πŸ™‚


Here’s how to get the webhook field to show up. In the video it’s just there, but you actually have to activate it. Here’s how:

  1. Insert the Form widget where you want it.
  2. Click “Actions After Submit”.
  3. Click inside the “Add Action” field.
  4. Select “webhook” from drop down menu.
  5. Scroll down to the now visible webhook option.
  6. Insert your webhook url.
  7. Hit the green “Save” button at the bottom.
  8. Now the video below will make more sense. πŸ™‚


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      Thanks for stopping by Gary, and for leaving a comment!

      Glad this video helped you.. Please let me know if you have any other questions.

      But yes, ActiveCampaign will work EXACTLY the same here, just different naming conventions, etc.

  1. Hello Chris, Do you know if Elementor is compatible with Klaviyo? Klaviyo is similar to Active Campaign, but for e-commerce. Should I have to use Zapier? Or can I simply insert the Klaviyo forms as code in Elementor? Zapier is included in ELEMENTOR? Thanks you!

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      Hey Manel! Thanks for stopping by!

      When I Googled “Zapier Klaviyo” I only saw requests for help to create an integration on UpWork (people looking for help integrating the two).

      Your best bet for right now would be to use the HTML widget in Elementor (as shown here –> and then paste your Klaviyo form code in there.

      You might have a challenge getting things to look nice, but that all depends on whether or not Klaviyo provides good styling out of the box or not.

      As for Zapier, it’s a great tool, and it’s free to use, for up to 100 tasks a month (as of April 2017). You can get a free account here.

      Finally, I also have a course on Zapier itself, which you can find here:

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      Guess what?!?!

      I now have a need for Klaviyo myself, and so I needed a way to make it work with Elementor + Zapier.

      Well, it took me an hour, but I figured it out! πŸ™‚

      Here’s a screenshot of the core settings in Zapier:

      I’d be happy to get on a call with you to show you how to set this up, if you’re interested.

      1. Hello Chris!

        I had not seen your answer! Right now I use MailChimp for my subscribers and Klaviyo for my clients. Klaviyo is definitely better, I would like to have all my contacts in Klaviyo.

        I have researched again on this subject and by chance I have come back here! Where I have read your answer πŸ™‚

        I would like to know the step by step about how to connect Klaviyo with Zapier (unfortunately I can not hold a phone conversation because my English is not very good :S

        On the other hand I have discovered a free alternative to Zapier, called Integromat, you may be interested…

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  3. Hi Chris

    Nice video. It would have saved some time if you had shown how to get the webhook field visible. In the video it’s just there. But, you actually have to activate it. And that took some time to dig it out.

    1. Insert Form widget where you want it.
    2. Click actions after submit.
    3. Click inside add actions field
    4. Select webhook from drop down menu
    5. Scroll down to the now visible webhook option
    6. Click for webhook field to appear
    7. Insert webhook url
    8. Save

    The webhook field option is 6 clicks deep.

    Hope this helps some other newbie

    All the best


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      This is indeed how you do things now. I believe at the time I recorded the video though, it was already revealed. Nonetheless, thanks for clarifying things for others here!

      I’ll add this to the post, too.

      Thanks again!

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  4. Hi Chris, great video!
    Please could you share tour tricks about splitting first name and last name and add the time zone of the user?

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  5. Chris,

    In the video, you mentioned that you had PHP that would keep the Elementor form from sending an email when connecting to Zapier. Is that something you can share?

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