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Kameleoon x Zapier: Automate your daily tasks

July 13, 2021
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Daniel Boltinsky
Daniel Boltinsky
Kameleoon, Managing Editor, North America

Companies in the digital sector have to process more and more data while dealing with a growing number of tools and solutions. Automating tasks has become an essential step that enables them to improve efficiency and gain valuable time.

This is especially true for managing your A/B testing and personalization campaigns that require daily observation. Results of an experiment can vary and teams must be able to react quickly. A solution like Zapier allows you to connect Kameleoon to your project monitoring tools and automate daily tasks.

1 Zapier: Create workflows between your applications

Zapier is a web service that allows you to connect multiple applications together to automate your daily tasks. You no longer have to rely on the skills of your technical teams to share your various tools.

More than 3,000 apps are compatible with Zapier, which offers endless possibilities to facilitate the management of your projects and to connect different tools in your ecosystem.

What is a Zap?

A zap consists of two main parts: triggers and actions.

The triggers are the actions that your Zap activates in one of the apps. These actions, defined by the marketer, are then triggered and Zapier starts the configured event.

2 Kameleoon x Zapier: Automate your campaign management

Automate management of your experiments

With Zapier you can trigger actions in other apps when an event is detected on Kameleoon. For example:

  • The status of an A/B test or personalization is changed
  • The Kameleoon script is modified in production
  • A new website will be created and added to your Kameleoon account
  • A feature flag is updated, created, changed, paused, stopped, etc.
  • A feature flag is not used for a certain number of days


When a trigger is activated in another application, it is also possible to trigger actions in Kameleoon, like stopping an experiment or feature flag.




3 Kameleoon x Zapier: Endless possibilities

Zapier can manage your notifications or automate tasks related to your campaigns. Here are some examples of Zaps you can create between Kameleoon and your other applications.

Activate or stop your tests in Trello

If you connect Kameleoon to your project management tool, such as Trello, you can automate the activation or pause of a campaign and reduce the number of actions to be carried out.

For example, you can configure your Zap to activate your experiments when a card is moved in a specific column in your Trello dashboard. Or so that when the card for your test is archived in Trello, the test is paused.

Share the status of an experiment on Slack

Zaps with Slack are very popular as they allow digital teams to collaborate and track project progress through notifications.

To keep track of your experiments with Slack, all you need to do is create a zap between the two apps to automatically share the status of a campaign when it's changed.

Activate or pause an experiment on Slack

It is also possible to create zaps in Slack to take actions on your experiments. For example, to activate or pause an experiment.

Deactivating a feature flag directly in Slack

In the same way, depending on the notifications they have received in Slack, teams can deactivate a feature flag directly from within the messaging feature.


Absolute consistency is often necessary to get rid of the outdated feature flags in production and avoid any technical debt associated with unused parts of the code. You can receive Slack notifications when it is time to clear a feature flag from your code.


To keep track of the notifications relevant to your campaigns, you can create Zaps that send email notifications as soon as a trigger is activated on Kameleoon. Kameleoon also has an email notification system that allows you to monitor the performance of your tests as well as the changes made to them.


You can configure a zap to create an appointment in your calendar when you start a test in Kameleoon. You can also configure it to stop the test if the event is deleted from your calendar. Conversely, it is also possible to activate an experiment when an event is created on your calendar and stop it when you delete it.


Would you like to create your own zap? Add a trigger or an action?

With our automation API you can create your own zaps between Kameleoon and the application of your choice.

To learn more about our integration with Zapier, you can read our documentation.


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Daniel Boltinsky
Daniel Boltinsky
Kameleoon, Managing Editor, North America