In a previous post, we talked about building an App on Zapier, in order to integrate QuickSchools with Zapier. This previous initiative was to allow schools to build their own integration, using the existing API Resources offered by QuickSchools. However, after working with several schools on this, we’ve decided to work on building our own QuickSchools App in Zapier, for schools to use more easily.
The current QuickSchools app is currently a private app, and can only be accessed by invitation. If you’re interested in this app, please contact our support team for access.
Once you’ve accepted access to the QuickSchools App in Zapier, you will need to enter your API Key, in order to link your QuicKSchools account with Zapier:
The API Key in QuickSchools can be retrieved via the App Developer Console, under the “API Keys” submenu:
For more info on obtaining your API Key, check out this article on the App Developer Console:
Finally, once the app is authenticated, you can start building Zaps by using the Triggers and Actions available in the QuickSchools app.
The Triggers and Actions currently available are still somewhat limited, but we are working on adding more functions. Eventually, we’ll be able to offer the QuickSchools app in Zapier as a public app. There are some basic requirements that we’ll need to fulfill, before our app can be published as a public app. And we’re hopeful that our app will be published before the end of the year.
As always, if you have suggestions for improvements to our Zapier app, or to our features / functions in general, please feel free to leave us a comment here, or chat with us online. We look forward to hearing from you.