URL Shortener by Zapier # Matchurl

URL Shortener by Zapier # Matchurl

10.Nov.2021

The URL Shortener by Zapier is a paid service that lets you automatically create and save shortened links every time you perform a certain action. You can use these custom URLs to share your posts or products, without having to worry about formatting the long links yourself. 

Zapier will then save the shortened link to Google Sheets or other apps - like Evernote, Slack, Salesforce, Gmail, Trello, JIRA, Twitter or OneDrive.

To see all of the different actions that are available for this workflow automation app—and what they do—keep reading below!

1) Add/Update MatchURL Product in Shopify Store

The first step to automating shorten MatchURLs is adding MatchURL as an action in your workflow. MatchURL is available as a Zapier action app, which you can read more about here . MatchURL is a paid service that lets you create shortened links for each product on your Shopify store.

To add MatchURL as an action to your workflow, follow these steps:

 

2) Create New Post with Instagram Hashtag

Any time you post a photo or link to a new article with a specific hashtag, MatchURL will automatically shorten the link and save it directly to Google Sheets. To connect MatchURL to this action, make sure it's connected as an "Action App" in the settings of your workflow (for step-by-step instructions on how to set MatchURL as an Action App, click here ).

Your Instagram hashtag will be the trigger for MatchURL to shorten the link you post. MatchURL also supports tagging your posts with #hashtags, so if you want MatchURL to know which link you're posting, tag it accordingly.

3) Create New Product on Shopify Store

The next step is adding MatchURL as an action app in your workflow. MatchURL is available under Zapier's list of Action Apps , but before adding the MatchURL Action App, make sure that MatchURL is configured properly in your Automation settings (for step-by-step instructions on how to set up MatchURL in your automation settings, read this article ).

To connect MatchURL to this action, make sure it's connected as an "Action App" in the settings of your workflow (for step-by-step instructions on how to set MatchURL as an Action App, click here ). MatchURL is a paid service that lets you automatically create and save shortened links for new products on your Shopify store.

After MatchURL has been configured properly within your automation settings, highlight the MatchURL action app from Zapier's Action Apps list . Then, choose "Create new product on Shopify" from Matchurl's dropdown menu of available actions. You can then modify some settings by clicking Edit next to this action. Try adding a tag or note if it will help you remember which link was shortened later.

4) Create New Post with Twitter Hashtag

When you post a new blog article with a Twitter-specific hashtag, MatchURL will automatically shorten the link and save it directly to Google Sheets. MatchURL also supports tagging your posts with #hashtags, so if you want MatchURL to know which link you're posting, tag it accordingly.

To connect MatchURL to this action, make sure it's connected as an "Action App" in the settings of your workflow (for step-by-step instructions on how to set MatchURL as an Action App, click here ). The trigger for MatchURL is any time that the hashtag "twitter" is mentioned within your tweet.

5) Add New Photo on Instagram

Matchurl can be used to shorten links every time you upload a new photo to Instagram. MatchURL is a paid service that lets you create shortened links for each product on your Shopify store. Matchurl also supports tagging photos with #hashtags, so if you want MatchURL to know which link you're posting, tag it accordingly.

To connect MatchURL to this action, make sure it's connected as an "Action App" in the settings of your workflow (for step-by-step instructions on how to set MatchURL as an Action App, click here ). The trigger for MatchURL is any time that hashtags are mentioned within your post.

6) Create New Post on Social Media

The last step is adding MatchURL as an action app in your workflow. MatchUrl is available under Zapier's list of Action Apps , but before adding MatchURL, make sure that MatchURL is configured properly in your Automation settings (for step-by-step instructions on how to set up MatchURL in your automation settings, read this article ).

To connect MatchURL to this action, make sure it's connected as an "Action App" in the settings of your workflow (for step-by-step instructions on how to set MatchURL as an Action App, click here ). The trigger for MatchUrl is any time that hashtags are mentioned within your post. You can then modify some settings by clicking Edit next to this action. Try adding a tag or note if it will help you remember which link was shortened later.

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The MatchURL service is a paid service that lets you automatically create and save shortened links for new products on your Shopify store. Matchurl also supports tagging your posts with #hashtags, so if you want Matchurl to know which link you're posting, tag it accordingly.

To connect Matchurl to this action, make sure it's connected as an "Action App" in the settings of your workflow (for step-by-step instructions on how to set Match url as an Action App, click here ). The trigger for Match url is any time that hashtags are mentioned within your post. Just like the previous steps, highlight Url from Zapier's list of Action Apps, connect Matchurl to this action by choosing "Post a new article on Blogger" from Matchurl's dropdown menu of available actions. You'll then be asked to configure some settings by clicking Edit next to this action. Try adding a tag or note if it will help you remember which link was shortened later. MatchURL is a paid service that lets you automatically create and save shortened links for new products on your Shopify store. Matchurl also supports tagging your posts with #hashtags, so if you want Matchurl to know which link you're posting, tag it accordingly. To connect MatchUrl to this action, make sure it's connected as an "Action App" in the settings of your workflow (for