Zap Apps by Zapier: No-Code vs Low-Code

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Zap Apps by Zapier: No-Code vs Low-Code


Zap Apps by Zapier




These Zap apps are designed for users without any programming background.
They allow users to create and automate workflows through a simple, user-friendly interface.
The focus is on simplicity and ease of use, enabling anyone, regardless of their technical skills, to automate processes.

  1. App Status: Monitors the status of your apps within Zapier.
  2. Delay: Adds delay steps in your workflows.
  3. Email: Sends emails directly through Zapier.
  4. Filter: Filters data to decide if a Zap should continue.
  5. Formatter: Modifies data formats (also listed in Low-Code).
  6. Lead Score: Score and obtain information about your leads.
  7. Paths: Creates conditional paths in a workflow.
  8. Retrograde: Triggers when Mercury enters, is in, or leaves retrograde.
  9. Schedule: Triggers actions at scheduled times.
  10. SMS: Sends SMS messages.
  11. Space: Stay up to date on the latest space launches.
  12. Translate: Translates text between languages.
  13. URL Shortener: Shortens URLs for sharing.
  14. Weather: Provides weather information.
  15. Zapier Manager: Manages and oversees Zapier workflows.
  16. Zapier Interfaces: Creates custom interfaces for apps.
  17. Zapier Tables: Utilizes table-based data storage.



These Zap apps cater to users with some programming knowledge or those willing to delve slightly into coding.
While they maintain a user-friendly interface, they offer more flexibility and customization through minimal coding.
Low-code apps are ideal for creating more complex workflows or integrations that require specific functionality not covered by no-code apps.

  1. AI: Integrates artificial intelligence capabilities.
  2. AI Actions: Executes AI-driven actions.
  3. AI Chatbot: Implements AI chatbots.
  4. API Requests: Custom API requests for certain apps.
  5. App Extensions: Adds custom actions via APIs to certain apps.
  6. Code: Allows custom code in JavaScript and Python.
  7. Digest: Aggregates data into a single summary.
  8. Email Parser: Extracts data from incoming emails.
  9. Formatter: Transforms data formats (also in No-Code).
  10. IMAP: Integrates with IMAP for email handling.
  11. Looping: Enables iterating actions in workflows.
  12. RSS: Integrates and manages RSS feeds.
  13. SMTP: Sends emails using SMTP.
  14. Storage: Provides data storage options.
  15. Sub-Zaps: Creates sub-components within a Zap.
  16. Web Parser: Extracts data from web content.
  17. Webhooks: Utilizes webhooks for real-time data exchange.
  18. Zapier Chrome Extension (Push): Browser extension for quick Zap triggers.
  19. Zapier Issue Manager: Manages issues within Zapier for app developers.


Contribution by Troy Tessalone

Troy is a Certified Zapier Expert who puts Programmable Productivity to work for YOU!


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