I was originally going to search Twitter for a handful of example of people who were sharing automations they’d built using Zapier. I had about ten of them ready to go, but then I stumbled upon this bold tweet from @nocodedevs:
My curiosity was piqued! I’m always trying to think of such micro-SaaS ideas to build, even if just to see whether it’s possible.
In addition to Zapier, Art used Webflow, Airtable, and Bannerbear. For convenience, you can check this out on a single page on Threader but I highly encourage you to head over to Art’s Twitter thread and show him some love for sharing the process he used (with step-by-step instructions, might I add).
Podscribe is a shining example of what you can accomplish with no-code tools, like Zapier, and a bit of creativity!
I wonder if we should start writing articles here in the Zapier Community about how to build micro-SaaS products, to demonstrate not only the power of tools like Zapier but the ease with which just about anyone can create fully-functional apps without needing coding knowledge.
NOTE: This is not an endorsement of Podscribe or NoCodeDevs. I simply found this Twitter thread and was impressed by the idea, the follow-through and the detail with which Art described his process. I thought it deserved a shout-out :)