What is Zapier?

Zapier is an online platform that helps you automate workflows by connecting your apps and services you use. This allows you to automate tasks without having to build this integration yourself, or hiring someone to build this integration for you.

  • Integrate your critical work apps into workflows, reclaim your time, and focus on impactful work.

  • Zapier supports more apps than any other platform, so you can optimise the tools you use.

  • Simply describe what you'd like to automate, and our AI tools will write the code and build your Zaps for you.

  • Visualise and build custom automated workflows directly in the editor.

  • Create unique logic to perform actions based on if/then rules.

Connecting to Zapier

Step 1 - Create a Zap
Visit and sign into your account, then follow these steps.

You need a Zapier account to create Zaps.

If you don't have a Zapier account, sign up here.

  1. Hover over + in the left-side panel and click Create Zap.
  2. In the Trigger window, search BaseKit, then click it.
  3. In the Trigger Event drop-down menu, select the event you would like to trigger the zap, then click Continue.

Step 2 - Authenticate with Zapier
  1. In the trigger window, expand the Account menu.
  2. Next to the BaseKit icon, click sign in.
  3. Generate your API credentials using the Zapier Integration page on your website editor.
  4. In the new window that appears paste in your Zapier API Username, Password and BaseURL.

Step 3 - Add an action in Zapier

To complete your Zap, Zapier will ask you to add an Action step. Zapier offers a wide range of integrations, so you can connect your form submissions to many different actions.

For help with this, visit Zapier's documentation.

ID vs Reference ID
When creating a Zap, you'll see 'ID' & 'Reference ID' fields. 'Reference ID' is the booking/order identifier, and 'ID' is used to differentiate between multiple events
for the same order/booking.