Once you have completed the steps required to complete the set up of a Zap, you are now ready to Turn on the Zap and run some tests.
The 'Turn on Zap' will be displayed once you have completed the tests for the Trigger and Action steps. The option will be available in the top right of the page or at the bottom of the page.
Click the 'Turn on Zap' option to enable the Zap. It will go green once it's live.
Once your Zap is enabled, we recommend running some tests to check everything is working correctly.
Depending if you set up your Zap with Salpo as a Trigger or Action, will depend how you test.
For example, if you have Salpo as a Trigger, then add a new record of the Module you selected in the Trigger to monitor and check if it is found and copied to the app you selected for the Action. If you used Salpo in an Action, then update the app used in the Trigger and then check Salpo to see if the record was updated or created.
Note. Depending on which Zapier plan you are using, Salpo Triggers will run between every 15 minutes (free plan) or 1 minute (on the higher paid plans). Some apps in Triggers will run immediately, depending on how they have been configured (any which immediately run will show 'Instant' in the Zap name.
Manually running a Zap.
If you are using Salpo in a Trigger and want to see it run immediately (especially for testing purposes), you can use the manual run option.
This is found on the 'My Zaps' page. Against your enabled Zap, by selecting the down arrow and selecting 'Run'.
Zapier offers some monitoring, to help determine if you find your Zap is failing. From your account home page, in the left hand menu, select 'Task History'.
You can filter this page by Zaps which were stopped.
Any Zaps you wish to find out more information about, perhaps why one failed, you can click on the Zap and it will provide feedback on the possible reasons.