Yes! This is possible using webhooks in a step and Zapier. You can have a step in a process emit a webhook to Zapier, which then automatically starts another run in another process. More on webhooks and Zapier can be found here. Please book some time with an expert if you need help setting this up.
Tallyfy stores all your files natively in our own Amazon S3 bucket – which enables us to scale storage reliably and efficiently. However, if you want full control of all your uploaded files – yes, you can specify your very own Amazon bucket which is entirely under your control. Nobody but you can access and […]
This video walks you through how to trigger a Tallyfy multistep workflow from a webform (Jotform) using Zapier. Once a webform is completed and submitted, it starts a run in Tallyfy with the data from the webform.
Tallyfy understands that you already have systems which store data. Sometimes, you may not have any system that stores your master data. Either way, you’re covered. There’s three possible things you can do with the data you capture in Tallyfy – you can store it and manage it within the app, push it to somewhere else […]
The Tallyfy API is documented here: https://api.tallyfy.com Please contact us if you have any questions.
This article shows you how to trigger a webhook to Zapier when a step is completed in Tallyfy. Once you fire off a webhook from a run to “catch” in Zapier, you can do anything you like with it. In this simple example, we show you how to: Setup the Zapier flow. Catch the webhook. […]
Zapier is a platform that gives you the power to integrate hundreds of apps into Tallyfy – automating hooks, pushes and pulls between Tallyfy and any other app. If the app you would like to integrate does not have Zapier integration – you can use webhooks, which are a beautifully simple and generic way of […]