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Quick Start Guide


Supporting more than 70 Triggers and 25 Actions across 10 Resources, the WooCommerce Zapier integration allows you to connect your WooCommerce store with more than 7000+ Zapier-enabled apps and services.

Supported WooCommerce Resources Triggers Actions
Orders and Order Notes 12 triggers for Orders
2 triggers for Notes
3 actions for Orders
2 actions for Notes
Products 9 triggers 5 actions
Coupons 4 triggers 3 actions
Customers 3 triggers 3 actions
Bookings1 13 triggers N/A
Membership Plans and User Memberships2 4 triggers for Plans
13 triggers for Users
1 action for Plans
3 actions for Users
Subscriptions and Subscription Notes3 12 triggers for Subscriptions
2 triggers for Notes
3 actions for Subscriptions
2 actions for Notes


To use the WooCommerce app on, you need to purchase the WooCommerce Zapier Extension from the marketplace.

This extension allows Zapier and WooCommerce to communicate with each other.

All purchases include one year (12 months) of updates and support, and have a 30-day money-back guarantee, allowing you to try WooCommerce Zapier risk-free.

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After purchasing the WooCommerce Zapier Extension from, it needs to be installed on your WooCommerce store.

After installing and activating the WooCommerce Zapier Extension, you will be prompted with the following message:

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Create a Zapier Account

If you don’t have one yet, you will also need a Zapier account. Zapier can be used with a free plan, however, advanced functionalities are only available with paid plans. For pricing information, see Zapier’s Plans & Pricing page.

Create your first Zap

The next step is to create your first Zap, which is done via the interface.


If you haven’t created a Zap before, please refer to Zapier’s key concepts article before proceeding.

The simplest way to get started is to create a Zap using one of the Zap templates, as it is typically quicker than hand-crafting your own Zap from scratch.

For detailed instructions on creating your first Zap with WooCommerce, please refer to the Make a Zap instructions.


When you create your first WooCommerce Zap, you will be asked to choose your WooCommerce account.

The authentication process involves the service connecting to your WooCommerce store using your WordPress administrator username and password.

Use a WordPress Application Password for isolation and better compatibility

Using an application password (rather than your regular password) improves compatibility with security-related plugins and services. Also keeps user and service related access separated. See details in the Security Plugins chapter.

To set up an Application Password, go to WordPress DashboardSide MenuUsersProfile screen and press the “Add New Application Password” button. Please see here for details.

Can’t see the Application Passwords settings in WordPress? Please see here for suggestions.

Alternatively, you can use your regular WordPress password.

Please ensure you complete the authentication dialog window correctly:

  • In the WordPress Site Address (URL) field, enter the URL to your WordPress website’s home (front) page. Be sure the URL starts with https:// and does not include the trailing slash.
    For example:
    If in doubt, go to the WordPress DashboardSide MenuSettingsGeneral screen and copy the Site Address (URL) field value and paste it into the WordPress Site Address (URL) field in the authentication dialog window.
  • In the WordPress Username field, enter your administrator username or email address that you use when logging into the WordPress dashboard.
  • In the WordPress Application Password field, create an Application Password for your WordPress administrator account or use your regular password, and enter it here.

Click the Yes, Continue to WooCommerce button to complete the process.

If you encounter an error whilst authenticating, please refer to the Authentication Troubleshooting guide for assistance.

Congratulations, you have successfully authenticated Zapier and your WooCommerce store!


To send your WooCommerce data to Zapier, you need to set up WooCommerce as the Trigger in your Zap:

  1. Create a new Zap in Zapier.
  2. Choose WooCommerce as the app, and choose the Resource.
  3. Authenticate Zapier into WooCommerce if necessary.
  4. Choose the Trigger Rule
  5. Test the connection.
  6. Choose one of the 7000+ third-party service integrations as your Action.
  7. Turn on your Zap.

For detailed information, refer to the Create a Trigger chapter in the User Guide.


To create or change WooCommerce data via a Zap, you need to set up WooCommerce as the Action in your Zap:

  1. Create a new Zap in Zapier.
  2. Choose one of the 7000+ third-party service integrations as your Trigger.
  3. In the Action step, choose WooCommerce as the app, and choose an Action.
  4. Authenticate Zapier into WooCommerce if necessary.
  5. Fill the Input Fields with the incoming data.
  6. Turn on your Zap.

For detailed information, refer to the Create an Action chapter in the User Guide.

Publish your Zap

After you have set up your Zap with a Trigger and an Action, you can turn on (publish) your Zap.

Once your Zap is turned on, data will begin flowing from the Trigger whenever the specified conditions of your nominated Trigger are met.


To help you monitor your WooCommerce automations, the WooCommerce Zapier Extension provides several important screens within your WordPress admin area.

The Task History screen offers an overview of all communications that have occurred between your store and Zapier, including any failed events.

Historical information is also available for every supported resource on its own screen inside the Resource History metabox.

Additionally, you can view your Zap History on, which provides detailed information for each Zap run.


In the event of a problem, there is an extensive Troubleshooting Guide available to assist you in resolving issues. For additional information, you can enable Detailed Logs.

Next Steps

Please read our comprehensive Usage Guide to familiarise yourself with the integration’s capabilities and features.


If you have any questions or need help getting started, please contact our specialist support team.
We are here to help you get the most out of your WooCommerce store and the WooCommerce Zapier Extension.

  1. Only available if the WooCommerce Bookings plugin is installed. 

  2. Only available if the WooCommerce Memberships plugin is installed. 

  3. Only available if the WooCommerce Subscriptions plugin is installed.