Zapier Valuable Features
What's most valuable in Zapier is its simplicity, seamlessness, and smooth plug-in, so you won't need to build code for every action. I'm not a developer, but I can use Zapier, though I've learned from developers how to connect, so it's easier for me to use Zapier.
The solution fits the needs of enterprise-level solutions. My company is more of a small to medium enterprise, and Zapier fits its needs.
The best feature of Zapier is that every third party you could think of is there. It's a cheap place to know all the third parties in the market. webMethods has a similar feature, but it's not as easy as Zapier.
Marketing-wise, Zapier is also better than webMethods. When you Google, you can find Zapier immediately.
Zapier is also great for beginners or people starting to learn about integration and eCommerce, while webMethods is more for integration experts or enterprise-level integrations. Zapier is novice-friendly.View full review »
The most valuable feature is that Zapier has third-party apps that are already connected to the Zapier platform, so it is easy to authenticate with those apps and start using the API connections. It is very simple to put data from one app into another automatically and that is where Zapier really shines. It also does error handling. If there's an error, you will know exactly what's wrong, how to fix it, and how to rerun it so that you can get back to the baseline. Zapier handles everything under the sun that you would think you need in automation.View full review »
There are tools that don't connect with n8n or enable integration by default. So it means that I'll have to use Zapier because Zapier luckily has a wide range of integrations, I would say. So for those kinds of use cases, I think it still works, giving it a shot instead of trying to build your own custom integrations using code.
So that way, it's still worth the money. But if Make or n8n has an integration, I would definitely go ahead with them and not with Zapier.View full review »
The most valuable feature of Zapier is it saves me time doing repetitive tasks.View full review »
Zapier's interface, for me, is the solution's greatest value proposition. It is designed and developed for people who don't have a clue about what they're trying to do. It has a very user-friendly interface. It is definitely designed for non-technical people. For example, you ask an accountant who only works with Google Sheets to develop automation using Zapier, and the accountant will be able to do it in an hour. So, it is very easy.
Owner at Verve Technologies
The most valuable feature is the wide variety of built-in integrations it offers. In my experience, I haven't come across anything else that provides such a diverse range of connections.View full review »
Technical Content Writer at a computer software company with 51-200 employees
Its integration capabilities and the kind of automation it provides to the user are fantastic. It has integration with lots and lots of tools.
The solution is very stable.
Scalability is achievable.
The solution is a SaaS and does not require a complex setup.View full review »
Founder at Defiant CNC
Webhooks are the most valuable feature of Zapier.View full review »
There are a few valuable features, like the stability that it comes with and also the number of features that it offers. I've used other services like Pabbly, but they don't offer similar numbers of applications that Zapier has or allows to integrate with – it's maximum.View full review »
Founder & CEO at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The most valuable aspect of this solution is that it is very intuitive and has a very flat learning curve.View full review »
Zapier’s most valuable feature is its ability to interconnect applications or devices.View full review »
Zapier is user friendly and makes it easy to integrate different tools. It has a drag and drop functionality which makes it easy to connect environments.
We can connect Zapier with Zoho CRM for lead generation. I like the tool's drag and drop feature.View full review »