Sync Woodpecker with Pipedrive (via PieSync)

This step-by-step guide will show you how to configure a sync task on PieSync that will be synchronizing your databases between Woodpecker and Pipedrive.

IN THIS ARTICLE

1. Choose Pipedrive and Woodpecker
2. Grant access
3. Configure your sync
4. Finalize your setup and start the sync

Integrations are available with API Key. To generate a new API Key you need to be a Team Pro, Agency or Enterprise user. To become one, visit our guide on how to upgrade your plan » or contact us at support@woodpecker.co.

1. Choose Pipedrive and Woodpecker from app list

In PieSync », click "Connections" (bar on the right), and then click the blue button "Add a New Connection".

Add a New Connection

Select Woodpecker and Pipedrive from the list (use the search bar to find them quickly).

1. Start typing your desired app name until you are able to choose it.
2. Once you'll find it simply click on its name.

2. Grant access

Generate the API key » from Woodpecker and Pipedrive », and copy-paste them to PieSync. PieSync needs these keys to gain access to the apps' databases, which will be synced for you.

1. Click Settings from the dropdown menu in the upper right corner.
2. Go to Integrations.
3. Click the API Keys tab
4. Click the green Create a Key button.

5. Click the API key and copy it to use in PieSync (see below).

2.2. Get the API key from Pipedrive

API key in Pipedrive

1. Click on Settings from the dropdown menu in the upper right corner.
2. Click on API in the second column on the left.
3. Select your API key and copy it to use in PieSync (see below).

2.3. Add both API keys to PieSync

Add API keys to PieSync

To authorize an app, click the authorize button below it, and paste its API key into the dialog box, then click "Next".
When that's done, click Configure the sync between Pipedrive and Woodpecker.

3. Configure your sync

3.1. Choose sync type

Choose if you'd like to sync the data in your apps both ways, or if you'd like to only sync it from one to the other.

3.2. Add filters (IF) and actions (THEN)

1. Add filters to have the sync fire when specified conditions are fulfilled.

For example, select has no Deals to only sync prospects with no deals in Pipedrive.

2. Add actions to have PieSync perform additional tasks when syncing.

For example, select add Tag, and type in the tag that should be added (like "New") for the newly synced prospects in Woodpecker.

If syncing the apps both ways, you can now add filters and actions to apply when syncing from Pipedrive to Woodpecker. Simply repeat the steps listed above.

Add filters and actions

Example config (click to expand/collapse)

In the screenshot below, you can view a sync task that's been set up to do the following:

1. Sync contacts from Pipedrive to Woodpecker, for contacts that have no Deals, and have Active? set to off in Pipedrive. The tag #New will be added to these contacts in Woodpecker.

2. Sync contacts from Woodpecker to Pipedrive, for contacts that have Replied in Woodpecker. The app will also update Active?, switching it to on for these contacts in Pipedrive.
Example sync

A ready-to-use sync between Woodpecker and Pipedrive, with custom filters and actions.

3.3. Choose data merge preferences (Connection Settings)

When setting up a two-way sync, it’s very important to decide which app wins when PieSync finds differences in data.

For example, if Woodpecker lists a phone number for a given prospect as 12345, but in your other app the phone number for that same prospect is 13324, one "version" will have to overwrite the other.

You need to decide which app will "know best" and have the correct data when such differences are detected.

Overwrite settings

For example: If Woodpecker “wins”, it will overwrite conflicting data in Pipedrive.
If Pipedrive “wins”, it will overwrite conflicting data in Woodpecker.

3.4. Add custom field mappings (optional)

Surprise: the default field mappings are already configured by PieSync. For example, Organization Name (in Pipedrive) is mapped to Company Name (in Woodpecker). You can set up additional, custom mappings for other fields by clicking "Add field mapping" right below, and selecting the fields from both apps.

Field mappings

You can add custom mappings by clicking "Add field mapping".

4. Finalize setup and start the sync

All that's left to do is to click "Start syncing now!"

Start syncing now

That's it, you now have database maintenance between these apps off your shoulders!

You can review and change any of the above settings at any time, by editing your sync in PieSync.

Find out more on PieSync.com »

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