What are Direct Integrations?

Paperform is all about capturing information, so it has always been really important that you can get your submissions into the systems you use. To make sure we support as much as we can, we provided a Zapier integration, which gives automatic access to 1000+ apps.

However, while Zapier and similar services are fantastic and powerful, nothing beats the simplicity of a direct integration. Paperform direct integrations allow you to integrate directly from your forms to several popular services (with many more to be added soon!).

What apps can I integrate with?

We currently support direct integrations with the following apps;

  1. Google Sheets
  2. Mailchimp
  3. Active Campaign
  4. Slack
  5. Trello

How do I setup a direct integration?

You can setup direct integrations from within the form editor! To get started just:

  1. Go to After Submissions > Integrations & Webhooks

2. Click on the app you want to integrate with, and choose from the list of possible action.

3. Follow the prompts to connect an account, and setup the integration.
4. (Optional) If you only want the action to triggered when the form is answered a certain way, you can turn on "Conditional Logic" at the end of the integration setup.

How much do Direct Integrations cost?

With direct integrations you pay for what you use. The first 100 actions* every month are free (or the first 1,200 if you are on an annual plan). After that there is additional charge of $10 per 1,000 actions. See the pricing page for more details. 

You can see charges for the current billing period on the Billing page.

How do I  remove a connected account?

You can remove connected accounts at any time under Account > Account Services.

*An action is when you do something with a direct integration. e.g. Create a card on Trello, or send Slack message. A form can have multiple actions on a form. Note that only successful actions are charged - if an action fails, or doesn't trigger because of conditional logic, you won't be charged for it.

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