Webhook Integration: Easy Button Leads to Forefront using Zapier

In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process of integrating Easy Button Leads with Forefront using Zapier.

Before you start, ensure you have the essential tools in place:
your Easy Button Leads, Zapier, and Forefront accounts.

Step 1: Setting Up Zapier

Open Zapier and create a new Zap.

Clicking on the “Trigger” button will make a pop-up window appear.

Choose “Webhooks by Zapier” as the trigger app.

Once that is done you should be greeted with a page like this.

Here you will be setting “Catch Hook” as the “Event.”

After selecting the “Event” as “Catch Hook.”

Click on continue and leave “Child Key” blank as found in the image below.

Click on continue to proceed.

Zapier will provide a webhook URL; copy it for later use.

Step 2: Configuring Easy Button Leads

Open your Easy Button Leads account, navigate to “Campaigns,” and select your desired campaign.

Once you’ve selected your desired campaign, proceed to “Zapier,” and click on the “+” sign to add a new Zap.

A pop-up window will appear, this is where you will input the copied URL from Zapier.

Set the event as “Create” and click “OK.”

When that is done, you will now see the link you pasted in the pop-up window here as shown below in the image.

Step 3: Testing the Connection

Ok, so next on the to-do list is testing the trigger if it works properly.

To do that, you will need to return to the Zap you’ve created on Zapier and click on “Test Trigger” to test the connection.

If done correctly, the campaign you’ve selected will display its records from Easy Button Leads.

Clicking on the “Continue with selected record” will have you go into the next step which will be discussed below.

Step 4: Setting Up Forefront Integration

After clicking on “Continue with selected record“, this will lead to creating a “POST“.

Please note that the action needs to be “Webhooks by Zapier” and the event must be “POST.”

Don’t forget to click on continue.

When you click continue a window will appear, here it will ask for the URL of the webhook you wish to use.

We will need to go to Forefront and retrieve said URL and paste it in the appropriate URL field.

Before we can retrieve the URL for the webhook from Forefront, we will first create the webhook.

Navigate your way to Settings > Webhooks, and begin creating your webhook.

When you click on the “+ Webhook” button a pop-up window will appear.

This is where the creation of your webhook will take place.

Fill in the necessary details for your webhook and don’t forget to click on the “Create” button.

Once that is done you will see your newly created webhook in the list of webhooks.

Click on the “Copy URL” text to copy the URL for later use.

You will know that you’ve successfully copied the URL if a green notification pops up signifying that you’ve copied the URL of your newly created webhook.

Going back to Zapier, here you will need to paste the URL that you’ve copied from Forefront to Zapier.

Don’t forget to click on the “Continue” button found below the field where you’ve inputted the URL.

The image below will provide you reference.

Leave everything else as-is.

To test the step, click on “Test Step“.

Step 5: Fields Mapping and Publishing

Once successfully tested we will need to map the fields for your submissions and publish your webhook.

To map your fields you will need to go back to your webhooks on Forefront.

Please note that the mailing address of your contact will need to be in the “Contacts Field” and the property address will need to be in the “Property Fields” respectively.

Note that you will need to leave Multi-Sep Form off and don’t forget to activate your webhook.

Return back to Zapier and Publish the webhook.

And that about does it.

We hope this guide can help with your webhook integrations.


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