Zapier can be integrated with jumper to help automate your order workflow.

The integration can be done as follows: Integrations -> Zapier

As soon as 'Use Zapier' is hit, the page would be re-directed to an invitation page inviting to use Zapier on

If you already have an account with Zapier, the 'login' button could be used else 'sign up' button to accept the invite.

Once the login button is hit, the page is re-directed to the login page. Similarly, if you hit the sign up button the page would be re-directed to sign up page asking you to enter work email, name and password to create an account.

Once logged in, proceed straight to 'make a zap' button in the header section of the page.

Zap creation would be setting up of the trigger and defining necessary action against it to automate the workflow. On the zap creation page, an app has to be selected from a range of available applications for triggering. On this page, the apps that are already linked with Zapier would also be visible.

jumper has to be selected from the 'Your apps' section.

Note: jumper would be available in the app list on the zap creation page only if it has used the invite for integration with jumper.

Once jumper has been choosen, triggers has to be selected. All the triggers can be viewed by hitting 'show less common options'. provides 2 event triggers :

Abandon cart ( triggers every time buyer cancels product)
New Order ( triggers when order is created)

Depending upon your case any of the triggers can be selected and saved.

Once done, the page would be re-directed to select the jumper account wherein permission has to be granted and the jumper account would be auto read. The account has to be selected and saved. This takes care of the creation of triggers.

The next step would be to define necessary action for the triggers that have been created. This would be done by choosing an app for the action and defining its actions. The apps for action can be selected from a wide range of applications available. For test purpose, we are selecting Gmail application for action.

The action that has to be defined for the app would totally depend upon your use case.

In the next step, a Gmail account has to be defined and connected with Zapier. Once done, please save and proceed.

This brings you to the last step of integration wherein a template has to be defined. Every application would have a different screen for defining the template. In the given test case, gmail template page is visible.

Once done, zapier is succesfully integrated with

The trigger and action steps can be tested at the end by using the test button
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