How to Create Contacts in Google Sheets with Aloware and Zapier

Automate adding Aloware contacts to Google Sheets using Aloware-Zapier integration. This involves creating a Zap with specific triggers and actions, setting up, mapping data fields, and testing before publishing for easy contact syncing.

Integration with Zapier and Aloware is a great way to connect apps that have no direct integration with Aloware.

If you are adding contacts to Aloware and want to maintain a good record in your Google sheet, you can do so by using the Aloware-Zapier integration. This will help you to continue maintaining your contact records without re-typing or missing out on a single contact.

There are different triggers and actions of Aloware in Zapier, and you will learn how to use one of the triggers in this article: creating a contact in Google Sheets using the Aloware and Zapier integration.


Create a Contact in Google Sheets using Aloware-Zapier Integration

In this section, we want to create a worksheet file when a contact is created in Aloware.

Creating a Zap

  1. Open Zapier and create a Zap with a clear name.

Adding Trigger

  1. Search for Aloware Beta as an app event in Trigger.

  2. Select "Contact Created" as the trigger event and click Continue.

  3. If you have multiple app accounts, you are required to select one, and then click Continue.

Adding Action

  1. Create an Action by selecting Google Sheets (App) to Create Worksheet (Event). This means that once a contact is created in Aloware (Trigger), Google Sheets will create a spreadsheet to record the contact's details.

  2. Click Continue.

  3. Choose the account where you want the record to be saved, and click Continue.

  4. Setup Action. Select the Drive and Spreadsheet to save and record the data.

    You have to create the spreadsheet file to the point where to record the data. Add headers to map out the data fields.

  5. The mapping of data fields takes place. Identify all data fields that you need from the spreadsheet, and click Continue.

  6. Test the Action. Testing the action will let you know that your Zap is working.
  7. Publish Zap. Once done, you can now publish your zap.