Zapier is a web-based service that enables integration between Siteimprove and more than 1,000 applications like Gmail, Slack, Zendesk, and Trello, to name but a few. Zapier connects Siteimprove to the applications you use to get things done.

Would you like to receive a Slack or email notification when Siteimprove detects a broken link on your homepage? Or create a task in Trello or a Zendesk ticket for each new misspelling found? These are a few examples of what you can do with the Zapier Connector, but the possibilities are endless.

Currently, the Siteimprove Zapier integration is in Beta release.

Thanks to the integration between Siteimprove and Zapier the work to fix content-related issues on your website just became more seamless and efficient. You can now get Siteimprove data into hundreds of applications without writing a line of code, and transform the way you maintain and optimize your website:

  • Get alerts and notifications: If you want certain members of your team to get notified when something on your website needs to be fixed, then this connector is exactly what you need. Zapier gives you the possibility to trigger automatic actions when certain website issues are detected. For example, you can receive a Slack or an email notification for critical issues, such as a broken link on your homepage.
  • Automate task delegation: Issues detected by Siteimprove often need to be fixed by different teams. Now you can send website information to a variety of task management tools supported by Zapier. This allows you to reduce manual routine tasks and create automatic workflows. For example, you can establish a workflow that determines that each time Siteimprove detects a link to an unsafe domain your web team gets a task in Trello, an issue in Jira, or a ticket in Zendesk.

Currently, the Siteimprove Zapier integration is in Beta release. If you are interested in this Connector and want to start using it, this Help Center article will show you how.

How does the Zapier Connector work? Siteimprove detects misspellings, broken links, policy matches, and other issues from QA, and it passes this information to Zapier. Within Zapier you can configure a chain of actions that will automatically occur when these website issues are detected.