Using Zapier to integrate Yac with other apps and services
Zapier is a third-party service that connects Yac to many other apps and services, including Slack, Google Sheets, Zendesk, Github and more. This page contains a few recipes to help you get started designing zaps where Yac is the trigger, such as when you receive a new message from a teammate or a new message in a group.
The basic structure of a Zap is that there is a trigger app and an action app. Whenever a specified event happens in the trigger app (e.g., for YouTube this might be "A video was uploaded to a specified channel," or for Tumblr this might be "I liked a post") it automatically triggers an action in the action app.
For example, whenever someone sends you a message (the trigger app), create a task in Asana (the action app).
To make a Zap with Yac, you'll need to login to Zapier (or create a account). From the home page, click the "Make a Zap!" button.
Below are some Zaps that we made using Yac—simply click the "Use this Zap" button to get started!
Below is our collection of how-to-use tutorials on the Zaps that we made using Yac.