Pabbly | Uteach Integrations



Please be aware that  Uteach support is not responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting issues within third-party tools. 

What is Pabbly for? 

Pabbly is a business management iPaaS platform that simplifies email marketing, automation, and subscription management. With the help of these tools, you can create, manage, and automate your business. 

With Uteach’s Pabbly integration, you can automate workflows and marketing-related tasks and manage subscriptions. 

The main Pabbly features include

  • Create custom automation workflows to handle repetitive tasks
  • Design, send, and track email campaigns for your students easily
  • Simplify subscription billing and management for your courses
  • Create custom forms for student registrations, surveys, and feedback

What do you need for Pabbly integration? 

To set up Pabbly integration you need the API key and your website domain. If you need more resources on how to integrate Pabbly with Uteach check out our support article: Pabbly

In order to get your API key and domain, head to your Uteach online school, copy them, and insert them into your Pabbly account. 

  • Log in to your Uteach account.
  • Move to the Settings and Integrations section.
  • Find Pabbly in the list and click on it. 
  • Access the API key and your domain. 

How to use Pabbly with Uteach? 

Once you set up the integration, you can

  • integrate payment gateways with the help of Pabbly
  • add a student to the Uteach course from Google Forms 
  • add a user in the Uteach course on form submission
  • add new students as registrants for Zoom meetings and much more. 

Adding a student to the Uteach course from Google Forms 

You may want to collect all the data in Google Forms every time a new student enrolls in your course. This can be easily done with Pabbly integration. 

Sign in to your Pabbly account and click the Create Workflow button in the upper right corner. 

You can see two windows—the Trigger window and the Action window. The trigger window is where you set up the action, and the action window shows what needs to happen after the trigger. 

  • Select Uteach from the app’s list.
  • Choose a trigger event (e.g., new student enrollment, quiz passed, etc.)
  • Insert your domain and API key
  • Choose Google Sheets from the action window
  • Select Add New Row as an action event. 
  • Click Connect and Connect with your Google Sheet. 
  • Select your spreadsheet and fill in the details below. 

After you specify the spreadsheet and course details, click Save and Send Test Request

Now, as new student registers, their data will appear in your selected spreadsheet. 

Check Pabbly’s video tutorial on how to collect student data in a Google spreadsheet. 

Adding a user in a course with form submissions 

Pabbly also offers form-building tools. You can set it in a way that if a user fills in your form on Pabbly they register on your Uteach course.  

  • Enter your Pabbly dashboard and click the Create Workflow button in the upper right corner. 
  • In the Trigger window, choose Pabbly and select Pabbly form builder as the trigger event.
  • Fill in the Webhool URL from the form you want the students to fill in and enroll in your course. 
  • Choose Uteach from the action window and select Create Student as the action. 

Once all the details are set up, hit the connect button and Save. 

Here is the video tutorial on how you can achieve it. 


What if my automation workflows are not triggering correctly? 

Make sure that the triggers are set up correctly and that the Uteach events are being captured by Pabbly.

What are the benefits of Pabbly? 

Pabbly can be very beneficial to managing your online course and coaching business. With the help of Pabbly, you can design, send, and track campaigns easily.

The automation workflows save time by handling repetitive tasks. Subscription management ensures smooth billing and renewals. 

Pabbly also provides detailed analytics to monitor performance and offers form-building tools for better student engagement.

Pabbly resources 

If you need help with using this integration, you can check the resources provided by Pabbly.