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Pipedream Automation Integration

Alexander Gao Updated by Alexander Gao

Pipedream Trigger with Webhook block

Prepare Landbot
  1. Firstly, we have to make a little flow for collect information, like name, email, age, etc.

The information that we collect, will be stored in variables, that we will send to Pipedream. As in the example below, we are storing the name input in the variable @name, that we will use later

  1. Then let's set a Webhook block.

Create Pipedream workflow
  1. After set a Webhook block, let's open Pipedream, and log in:

  1. Then click on the button of New+ at upper right corner:

  1. It shows this page:

  1. Then below Select a trigger we select HTTP/Webhook:
  1. After that, choose New Requests:
  1. It displays this page:
  1. Then click on the button Create Source:
  1. It displays this page:

  1. Copy the URL below:

Prepare Landbot request to Pipedream
  1. During the time it waits for the datas, let's open Landbot:

  1. Then paste the URL to Webhooks block:

  1. Now we are going to set JSON body with the variables we want to send to Pipedream.

Here you have an example of the JSON body that we will use with Landbot variables:


  1. Then scroll down and go to Test Your Request section, where as you can see we are setting values to the Landbot variables that we are using in the JSON body:
  1. And click on Test the request button:
  1. If you scroll down, you will see the response from Pipedream:

  1. As long as the status code is 200, means our request is successfully sent.

Inside of Pipedream check request data
  1. Now we turn back to Pipedream:

Now we have seen behind bodyRaw there is a code with the information we sent. Means Pipedream has received our variables.

Yes, the @name, @email, and @age are the same as we sent to Pipedream: This is how the trigger works, we send variables to Pipedream, they receive, and when we try to test it as we did in step 15, it will be shown.

So until here the trigger of Pipedream is done.

How did we do?