How to trigger zaps
You can trigger zaps using:
New saved query results (i.e. triggers when your saved query has new rows)
Updated saved query results (i.e. triggers when your saved query has new rows, or values in any of the existing rows have changed).
NOTE: Saved Queries are currently called Insights in Zapier's interface.
🤖Receive a Slack message with the details of new users: simply save a saved query that returns your users, and then select "New saved query results" in Zapier. Every time a new row is added, your zap will be triggered.
🤖Add a task to Asana when product stock is running low: save an query in Trevor that returns ONLY the specific products whose stock is running low (and nothing else), and then select "New saved query results" in Zapier. Your saved query may contain 0 results (if there are currently no products that are low in stock). When that changes, your zap will be triggered.
🤖Receive an email when a customer upgrades or downgrades: save a query in Trevor that returns the details of each customers' plan, and then select "New or Updated saved query results" in Zapier. Every time something changes, your zap will be triggered.
If you need help creating a saved query, speak with us. You can't beat one-on-one support, and our team is on standby to provide just that. 🥳
From our side, there are three restrictions that can affect your Zaps:
Trigger frequency. Trevor will check for new or updated results every hour. This is currently the max frequency available. Note: shortly, we plan to increase the options available (to include every minute, every 10 minutes, and potentially several others).
Row limits. If you're on our free plan, only the first 100 rows for each of your saved queries. will be used to trigger zaps.
Query timeouts. Again, if you're on our free plan, queries run for up to one minute. If your queries take longer, then your zaps may not trigger.
On Zapier, you may need a paid account for certain zaps. You can learn more here.