Push by Zapier

A Chrome extension to automate 500+ apps, powered by Zapier

Push by Zapier is the quickest way to add data to 750+ web apps. Just make a Zapier workflow, then push the Zapier Chrome extension's button to start that workflow with any text or link you enter.

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Matthew Guay
Founding Editor @ Capiche
Hey Product Hunt! Today we officially launched our new app and Chrome extension: Push by Zapier. Generally, Zapier automates your apps in the background, and you don't need to think about it. But sometimes, you just want to press a button and watch your workflow run. That's what Push is all about. It connects to 500+ apps, and lets you automate custom, one-click processes from anywhere on the web. You can set up two kinds of pushes: either with, or without text. And, just like Zapier, there's no code required. A few examples of what our beta testers set up with Push: - Quickly add events to your calendar - Set a timer, and get a notification anywhere when it expires - Push a button to pull reports or statistics - Fetch contact details from your CRM - Log to-dos or save links for later You can see some use cases, and read more about getting started, here: https://zapier.com/blog/push-by-...
@maguay please consider Safari as well. we all love to move away from slow battery hungry Chrome
ArunHappiness Engineer, Automattic
@maguay @hadifarnoud How about Firefox? I have been using for years and have no complaints.
Mark SpiveyOwner, SoundFunnel
You need to release cheaper Personal plans. I can't take Zapier seriously until you sort it out.
@ausonio I'd be worried if Zapier didn't charge adequately to keep the lights on and their staff fed. If you really like Zapier, show some support! :)
Joshua A. Brueckner
Founder & CEO, Air Tailor
@ausonio Zapier is WAYYYYYY valuable for the small price. Maybe you need more Zaps – it does so much!
Mark SpiveyOwner, SoundFunnel
@benhomie I don't have a problem with the price they charge for their Basic plan, but I simply have no need for 3000 zaps per month. I'm not rich enough to go around wasting money simply because I like their service. Why is there no range between their 100 zap free plan and the 3000 basic one?
Garett DunnSr. System Engineer
@ausonio @benhomie They definitely seem to be focusing on business use as opposed to hobbyists or other use cases. I know I couldn't justify $20/month if it wasn't for something I was making money on.
Some Guy
Head Of Winging It, Denarri
@ausonio @benhomie That's a common business tactic called "anchoring", AKA make the basic tier a bare minimum, so upgrading to the next tier feels like a no brainer, even if it has more than you need.
Christopher Drake
ThatStartupCompany.com / Arowana Capital
So great. Have been using it for. A while I use to just use a typeform or a google sheet update or another way to force a zap to run. But now it's easier
Christopher Leach
Programmer and Student
Big fan of Zapier, basically used Motion AI and Zapier to build a personal assistant. Gonna have some fun experimenting with this.
David Feng
Co-Founder at Reamaze
Single-purpose workflows! This is pretty awesome. We're gonna try it out on our own zaps :) Congrats! @maguay
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