Organize your Zaps in folders

On the Zaps page, the left sidebar shows all your Zap folders. Folders are a great way to keep your Zaps organized.

Viewing folders on the Zaps page

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If you have a Zapier for Teams or Enterprise account, you can move Zaps from your personal account to a team account or share folders with your team to collaborate on Zaps.

 

Create new folders

There are three ways you can create a folder:

Click the Create + button in the top right of the Zaps page
  • Select New Folder from the dropdown menu.
  • In the dialog box, enter a title.
  • Click Done.
  • If you created the folder while in your Home folder, the new folder will be created as a parent folder in the Private folders section.
  • If you created the folder while in an existing folder, the new folder will be created as a subfolder of the existing folder.
Creating a Zap by clicking Create
Click the three dot icon Nav: more horiz on the right of an existing folder on the Zaps page
  • Select New Folder from the dropdown menu.
  • In the dialog box, enter a title.
  • Click Done.
  • The folder will be created as a subfolder of the existing folder.
Clicking the three dot icon to make a new folder from the dropdown menu
Click the plus sign icon Form: add in the sidebar
  • In the dialog box, enter a title.
  • Click Done.
  • The new folder will be created as a parent folder.
Clicking the plus icon to create a new personal or shared folder
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  • When you click the plus sign, if you're in: 
    • A personal folder, it will create a new personal folder.
    • A shared folder, it will create a new shared folder.
  • You can add up to five nested subfolders in your Zap. 
  • There's a limit of 10,000 folders per account, including both private and shared folders.

 

Move Zaps to folders

There are three ways you can move Zaps to different folders. Open the folder that contains the Zaps you want to move, then you can move:

A single Zap using the sidebar
  • On the right side of the Zap you want to move, click the right arrow icon to open the sidebar.
  • Click the move to folder icon .
  • Search for an select the folder to move the Zap to.
  • Click Move to folder.
Moving a folder from the sidebar
Multiple Zaps to a folder using the folder dropdown menu at the top right
  • Select the checkbox next to each Zap you want to move.
  • At the top of your list of Zaps, next to the enabled checkbox, click the down arrow to open the folder dropdown menu.
  • Select Move to folder.
  • Search for and select the folder to move the Zaps to.
  • Click Move to folder to complete the move.
Using the top dropdown menu to move multiple folders

One or more Zaps by dragging and dropping

  • Hover over the 6 dots icon at the left of the Zap you want to move. The mouse arrow will convert to a gloved hand, indicating that you can grab an item.
  • Click and hold one of the Zaps, then drag it to another folder. When you hover over the folder, it will highlight to indicate the new folder destination. Release the mouse to finish moving the Zap(s) to the folder.
Using the six dot icon to move a Zap
Tip

You can select all of the Zaps in the folder by selecting the checkbox at the top of your list of Zaps.

 
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You can move up to 50 folders within a 24 hour period.

 

Manage your folders

To make changes to a folder, click the three dot icon Nav: more horiz to the right of the folder you want to change.

  • To move the folder, select Move and select a new location.
  • To change the name, select Rename folder and enter the new name.
  • To create a subfolder, select New folder.
  • To delete a folder, select Delete folder.
    • If you delete a private folder that contains Zaps, your Zaps will move to your Home folder.
    • If you delete a shared folder that contains Zaps, you must move your Zaps to another folder before proceeding.
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  • The Home folder cannot be renamed or deleted.
  • In Teams and Enterprise accounts, you can also share an existing private folder with others in your team.
  • You can’t delete parent folders until all subfolders are moved or deleted from it.

  • You can’t move a subfolder into one of its own subfolders.
  • Moving a folder into a shared folder will change its sharing settings. It will match the settings of the new parent folder.

  • Account admins, super admins, and owners can also delete a shared folder if it does not contain any Zaps.

Learn more about managing your Zaps.

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