How to get started with Smore on Zapier

Connect to Smore on Zapier

Smore uses OAuth to authenticate your account on Zapier.

  • Log into Smore to authenticate.
  • Grant Zapier permission to access your account if prompted to.

About Smore's app

Are self-hosted or cloud-hosted accounts supported? Cloud-hosted accounts only  
Is a paid Smore plan required? No  
Are any special account permissions required? No  
Are there usage limits? Yes

When you use Zapier app, the following actions have a rate limit of 30 times per minute per each Smore account:

  • Listing your forms
  • Testing triggers to get sample data
  • Changing the public status of your Zap With Zapier integration, this limit is 30 times per minute for each Smore account.

If you exceed this limit, you will see the following error message: "Too many requests. Please try again later." If you encounter this message, retry the action after 60 seconds. Learn more about Smore's usage limits.

Are there pagination limits? No  
Do trigger samples use real data from your account or generic data? Real trigger samples When you test your triggers, Smore will return the most recent actual responses received by your selected form, along with a sample response. The sample response is filled with random data (such as account@example.com, Lorem Ipsum, etc.) for all of your questions.

If your form has previously received responses, then when retrieving sample data, you will get the two most recent actual responses and one sample response. You can use the actual responses or the sample response to connect some questions that were skipped in the actual responses. If your form has never received any responses before, then you will only receive one sample response.
Are custom fields supported? Yes Every question you create in the form and each hidden field you set will appear as custom fields. If you delete the corresponding question or hidden field in the form, that field will also disappear.
Do update actions overwrite or append to existing data? Not applicable  
Is there any additional info? No  
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