You can send or add different types of data to Klipfolio via your Zap. Below are examples of data types and a Zap that uses CSV data to update a data source in Klipfolio.
Plain text is a type of content that is human readable and is without formatting. Below is an example of plain text data. Note that Klipfolio stores this type of data as a single-column CSV format.
Plain text data
Plain text in Klipfolio
Comma-separated values (CSV) data is stored in a tabular format. Each line represents a data record. A record consists of one or more fields separated by commas.
CSV data in Klipfolio
Adding data to a data source
You can use a Zap to add data to a data source in Klipfolio. In the following Zap, a CSV file is updated with a new row of data when a message with the subject update is received.
The data source in Klipfolio looks like this before the Zap is activated:
Once the Zap is turned on and an email message is received with the subject line update, the data from the Gmail trigger’s Body Plain field is added to the data source in Klipfolio as the fifth row.
To add multiple fields from a trigger to a data source in this manner, separate each field with a comma when setting up the Klipfolio action.