Not long after the launch of Sprout Invoices I was getting requests for Zapier integration and to be honest I was very hesitant, I just didn’t see the value to put the development ahead of so many other features. Luckily Business License holders kept asking and it bubbled to the top of the request list, making it a v6.0 enhancement; making the Zapier integration another feature solely supported by Business License holders 1 — Thank you!
You’re not alone asking that question, I didn’t understand what/how until I started researching it more too.
Zapier connects the web apps you use to easily move your data and automate tedious tasks.
If that doesn’t make sense let me show you…
First, here’s an invitation link to use our Zap since it’s still in the review process.
How Sprout Invoices integrates with over 300+ apps!
Create a Zap to create an invoice after a new WooCommerce order.
Create a Zap to sync your QuickBooks invoices with your Sprout Invoices.
Create an estimate from a new conversation within our favorite support system Help Scout.
Triggers and Actions Details
Actions are performed from another app. The Sprout Invoices Zapier app includes these actions:
- Create Estimate
- Create Invoice
- Create Payment
- Create Client
Triggers are used to start an integration. The Sprout Invoices Zapier app includes these triggers:
- Estimate Accepted
- Invoice Received
- New Estimate
- New Invoice
- New Payment
- Updated Estimate
- Updated Invoice
As you can tell there are a ton of integration points and the combinations are immense. If you would like to see a new trigger or action let us know, I’d be happy to improve the integration.
Look for the Zapier Integration add-on in the 6.0 update, which will be release very soon; for those using the free version of Sprout Invoices expect the add-on in the marketplace not earlier than 30 days after the launch of 6.0.