What does the Zapier Connector app do?
The Zapier app for PostHog enables you to connect PostHog with thousands of services through Zapier.
The following steps are at your disposal:
|Action||Capture Event||Any, including free|
|Trigger||Action Performed||Any paid plan|
|Trigger||Action Defined||Any paid plan|
|Trigger||Annotation Created||Any paid plan|
What are the requirements for this app?
Connecting Zapier requires either PostHog Cloud, or a self-hosted PostHog instance running version 1.30.0 or later.
Not running 1.30.0? Find out how to update your self-hosted PostHog deployment!
You'll also need a Zapier account which can connect to the other services you want to use via this app.
How do I connect PostHog to other services with Zapier?
Our official Zapier app is compatible with PostHog Cloud, as well as with self-hosted instances. No additional setup needed.
How can I create a private PostHog connection with Zapier?
Create a private Zapier app for PostHog easily with a few simple steps:
- Clone or download this repository.
- Enter its directory with
- Install Node modules.Terminalnpm install
src/utils.ts(e.g. for PostHog Cloud it's
app.posthog.comand for your self-hosted instance it may be
- Globally install Zapier CLI.Terminalnpm install -g zapier-platform-cli
- Log into Zapier from the command line.Terminalzapier login
- Either register a new integration on Zapier.Or link to an existing one.Terminalzapier register "PostHog @ $YOUR_ORG"Terminalzapier link
- Push to Zapier.Terminalnpm run push
- Finish by filling in integration details in the Zapier Platform dashboard. And don't forget to invite users!
Where can I find out more?
Further information about the Zapier Connector is available in Zapier's integration documentation.
What if I have feedback on this app?
We love feature requests and feedback! Please create an issue to tell us what you think.
What if my question isn't answered above?
We love answering questions. Ask us anything via our Support page.
You can also join the PostHog Community Slack group to collaborate with others and get advice on developing your own PostHog apps.