Zapier for Alfred is the simplest way to use web apps from your Mac. Make workflows with 750+ popular apps—from Airtable to Zendesk—with Zapier to add or lookup data, then run them from your keyboard with the Zapier for Alfred workflow.

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Matthew Guay
Founding Editor @ Capiche
Hey Product Hunt! We're big fans of Alfred at Zapier (👋 @vero), and wanted a quick way to run Zapier workflows from Alfred. So, with Zapier's webhooks integration and a bit of bash, we put together this Zapier for Alfred workflow. Now you can add data to 750+ web apps—from Salesforce to Airtable to Gmail to Stripe—or search inside the apps right from Alfred. You can even build whole workflows to kick off a project just with one Alfred command. We're already using it to: - Add a contact to your mailing list by pasting their email into Alfred—and unsubscribe people the same way - Add new tasks, gift ideas, and more to your Trello or Todoist to-do lists, Basecamp or Asana projects, or a Google Sheets spreadsheet or Airtable database from Alfred - Lookup someone's details with Clearbit, save them to your Evernote notebook, update their details in Salesforce, and start a draft Gmail email to that person all from Alfred - Log completed tasks to I Done This - Start a timer, and get a Pushbullet or SMS notification when it's finished - Create new Google Calendar events and much more. It's like our Push for Zapier Chrome extension (, but in Alfred so it's only a keyboard shortcut away. Can't wait to see how you use it!
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@maguay the examples are helpful. Sometimes I read Maker posts here and still don't know what to make of their software
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Benjamin SouthworthCo-Founder: OneDeck
Wow, this should get more love - this is kickass.
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Dre Durr💡Growth is the only thing that matters
Wow! This is sooo Dope🚬🚬! I can't wait to try it out
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Brad BitlerProduct Designer @ 
This is cool!
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Brittany BergerContent Marketing Strategist & Writer
I might be disproportionately excited about this, but this made my day! Two of my favorite automation tools automating each other? Oh man...
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