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Triggering specific Stripe payment/purchase only

  • 22 April 2021
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I sell 3 online challenges and 1 recipe pack, all via Stripe on my website.

I want to automatically assign each of the online challenge customers into Trainerize.

How do I create 3 different Zaps selecting *Specific* Stripe payments/purchases (ie, avoiding the others, and avoiding the recipe pack) on the free plan? Free plan I can’t use a webhook or the filters.

EG Someone signs up to 30 day challenge via Stripe, automatically assigned to 30 day challenge on Trainerize

Someone signs up to 60 day challenge via Stripe, automatically assigned to 60 day challenge on Trainerize

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Best answer by Troy Tessalone 22 April 2021, 03:44

Hi @Wolf500 

You’ll most likely need a Zapier paid plan to accomplish this.

Try adding a Filter step to your Zaps: https://zapier.com/apps/filter/help

Also look into Paths: https://zapier.com/apps/paths/integrations

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Hi @Wolf500 

You’ll most likely need a Zapier paid plan to accomplish this.

Try adding a Filter step to your Zaps: https://zapier.com/apps/filter/help

Also look into Paths: https://zapier.com/apps/paths/integrations

Hi @Wolf500 

Try adding a Filter step to your Zaps: https://zapier.com/apps/filter/help

Also look into Paths: https://zapier.com/apps/paths/integrations

 

Filters would work but I can’t use them (3 steps) on the free plan

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@Wolf500

Advice would be to figure out other automations you can use to justify the cost of a Zapier paid plan, as many Zaps quickly outgrow the limitations of a Zapier free plan.

 

Time is money, so if the Zaps are saving you time, then it’s probably worth the cost of a paid plan, so that you can spend your time doing other things, plus automations work 24/7 and have the benefit of improved data accuracy.

@Wolf500

Advice would be to figure out other automations you can use to justify the cost of a Zapier paid plan, as many Zaps quickly outgrow the limitations of a Zapier free plan.

 

Time is money, so if the Zaps are saving you time, then it’s probably worth the cost of a paid plan, so that you can spend your time doing other things, plus automations work 24/7 and have the benefit of improved data accuracy.

 

As a small business there is no way I can justify the cost of even the cheapest Zapier plan.  This zap is literally my only need for Zapier, but seems it can’t be done without paying.  Thanks anyway.

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