Learn how to send test data to Zapier via a POST request when creating a webhook to send email and SMS consent to Klaviyo.
This article builds off of the information in How to Send Consent to Klaviyo via Zapier.
Create a POST Request
Before testing your trigger, you will need to send test data to your webhook via a POST request. The steps listed below explain how to make the POST request via Postman, but you’re welcome to use any program you’d like.
First, copy the webhook URL generated by Zapier. Then, in Postman, click New to start a new request. Select HTTP Request from the Create New menu.
Paste the Zapier webhook URL you copied earlier into the URL box. Select POST from the dropdown to the left of the webhook URL.
Select the Body tab, choose the form-data radio button, and then enter the keys and appropriate test data from the following table:
||<Test phone number>|
$consent twice to test both sms and email consent in the Python setup step.
Click Send to send the test data to Zapier. If the POST request is successful, you’ll see the line
"status": "success" in the response.
Now you can return to Zapier and complete the webhook setup process.