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Kajabi trigger - product from four different checkout pages, how to include in one Zap

  • 29 June 2021
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Hi I have a product in Kajabi that has four different offer/pricing checkout pages. Can one zap work to send the data to Convertkit once the buyer gets added to the product, or do I need a seperate zap for every pricing offer/checkout page - even though they all go the same product? 

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Best answer by Troy Tessalone 29 June 2021, 22:25

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@Camille Attell

Might be worth reviewing the related Kajabi Topics to see if any of those answer your question: https://community.zapier.com/search?q=kajabi

 

FYI: The Zap trigger examples can be changed and reviewed: https://zapier.com/help/create/basics/change-the-test-data-in-your-zap-trigger

 

The Zap Runs is the best place to review data returned from a live triggered Zap: https://zapier.com/app/history/

Thank you so much for all the great resources!

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@Camille Attell

Might be worth reviewing the related Kajabi Topics to see if any of those answer your question: https://community.zapier.com/search?q=kajabi

 

FYI: The Zap trigger examples can be changed and reviewed: https://zapier.com/help/create/basics/change-the-test-data-in-your-zap-trigger

 

The Zap Runs is the best place to review data returned from a live triggered Zap: https://zapier.com/app/history/

@Camille Attell

If you’ve already built 1 Zap, then wouldn’t testing 2 of the product pricing options and reviewing the results, be enough for you to determine if the 1 Zap is sufficient or not?

You’d think it would be easy. The problem is the selections in Zapier all have the same product name - so I don’t know which is which. Then to test it, I’d need to turn off the price in Kajabi (so I don’t get a CC fee everytime) then test, then turn the pricing back on. And since I have four prices and all the product names are the same in Zapier I can’t be 100% sure which ones are testing accurately. I feel like I can’t be the only person who has ever asked this and there has got to be an easier answer than testing everything. Yes?

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@Camille Attell 

If you’ve already built 1 Zap, then wouldn’t testing 2 of the product pricing options and reviewing the results, be enough for you to determine if the 1 Zap is sufficient or not?

@Camille Attell

To test, why don’t you try triggering the Zap for each of the different product pricing options, and review the results in CK or the Zap Runs: https://zapier.com/app/history/

So I am trying to avoid having to create and test things I may not need. I am hoping for a yes or no answer on whether or I not I need to actually create and test different zaps. Just figured that someone would know because they’ve done it before and could say “yes one zap will work.” Or “No carve out time to go built it.” Thanks for trying to help me though :)

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@Camille Attell 

To test, why don’t you try triggering the Zap for each of the different product pricing options, and review the results in CK or the Zap Runs: https://zapier.com/app/history/

Hi @Camille Attell

If you need to filter data going into ConvertKit, then you may need separate Zaps.

You can create a Zap to test your desired configuration between the apps.

Zap Basics: https://zapier.com/help/create/basics

Hi I don’t think I am needing to filter data. I have one zap set up for when someone buys my product and that zap works. But I don’t know if I need separate zaps if I have different pricing options for the product. AN dI don’t want to se up separate zaps if I don’t need them. Hopefully that makes sense.

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Hi @Camille Attell

If you need to filter data going into ConvertKit, then you may need separate Zaps.

You can create a Zap to test your desired configuration between the apps.

Zap Basics: https://zapier.com/help/create/basics