Connect Quriobot to Zapier

Do you want to connect Quriobot to that awesome service of Zapier? We support that!!

Please note that we also have a video tutorial which you can see here!

It’s a combination of Creating an easy webhook Zap and using the created Webhook URL in the Quriobot Control Room (read at the bottom on how to pass data to your Zap!)

  1. Step 1 is setting up this Connection in Zapier. Open your Zapier account and Let’s make a Zap by clicking the Make a Zap button!

  2. We start with the Trigger by choosing Webhook from the built-in Apps and thenCatch Hook (as we want to catch the incoming request of Quriobot) and **Save and continue.**

  3. Pick a child key(as well as Samples) that can be left empty for now (adding variables is explained at the bottom)

  4. You are then presented with yourWebhook! Copy this to the clipboard to paste it into Quriobot Control Room

  5. When you did that, you canskip the part about Edit options and child keys as we are working with straightforward data sets and go straight to Test this Zap. Zapier will now be waiting for that webhook from your Quriobot, so let’s fire it up!

    Note: maybe you already did a lot of tests, then you need to scroll to the bottom till you see the button for " Get More Samples" which will have Zapier listening for more data

  6. Log in to your Quriobot account, select your bot and do to the Connections & Notifications tab -> Response connections and add Response Action and select Zapier in the dropdownfor the Response action types

  7. Insert previously copiedWebhook URL into the URL field

  8. See bottom of this page on how to use your ownVariables in the JSON body, but just adding the following is enough for this test and click S ave!

    1. {
        "test key": "test value"

      Please note that the default “key”: “value” always needs to be changed to be able to save and that the Variables are case-sensitive and thus need to be written exactly the same.

  9. To test the connection go to your bot by clicking onPreview ( and as there are no advanced conditions on when this Response connection should be triggered it will be triggered every time a bot is completed).

  10. Now go toZapier to see if the Response connection webhook was caught by Zapier!

  11. Great success! So now you have set up the connection ofQuriobot to Zapier it is up to you which follow-up Action you want to configure! Like Registration in Google Spreadsheets, Newsletter signups, SMS texting services, CRM registrations, anything!!

The next step

So how about getting data from Quriobot to Zapier (to use in the follow-up actions)? Just follow the easy steps below:

  1. In this example, I will use aSubject, a Question, and an Email address. You need to configure these first in the Quriobot Control Room on the Bot settings tab -> Variables by connecting the questions of your Quriobot to these Variables: Note: more explanation on how to use variables can be found here.

  2. Add theseVariables to the JSON body (to your Zapier on the Connections & Notifications -> Response connections in the Quriobot Control Room)

    1. In our example, we use 3 variables,email, firstName, and lastName. You can pass any defined variables, including the system (pre-defined) ones. Learn more about bot variables here
  3. If you have everything configured ( Variables and JSON body) we can test again! Let’s Pull in some samples:

  4. These variables can now be used in your follow-upAction in Zapier!

That’s it! Have fun connecting Quriobot to the rest of the world!

Date step type answers format

If you use date step type answers in the Zapier payload, for easier parsing of the date you can use the ‘value’ Variable syntax:


This way it will be in ISO date format which is parsed in a stable way.

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