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.

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

1. Create new folders

There are three ways you can create a folder::

  • Click the Create + button in the top right of the My 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.
  • Click the three dots icon Nav: more horiz to the right of an existing folder on the My 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.
  • Click the plus sign icon Form: add in either the Private folder or Shared folders section in the sidebar.
    • In the dialog box, enter a title.
    • Click Done.
    • The new folder will be created as a parent folder.

2. Move Zaps to folders

To move a Zap to one of your folders:

  • On the right of the Zap you want to move, click the three dot icon Nav: more horiz.
  • In the dropdown menu, select Move to folder.
  • Select the folder to move the Zap to.
  • Click Move to folder.

You can also move multiple Zaps to a folder:

  • Select the checkbox next to each Zap.
  • Click Move to folder.
  • Select the folder to move the Zaps to.
  • Click Move to folder to complete the move.

3. Manage your folders

To make changes to a folder, click the three dot iconNav: 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 sub-folder, 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 Companies 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.

Learn more about managing your Zaps.

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