JotForm + Patreon Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between JotForm and Patreon

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About JotForm

JotForm is a cloud-based form automation solution that enables users to publish online forms and record customer responses. It helps users to generate leads, collect order payments, conduct customer surveys, manage job applications, and register guests for events.

About Patreon

Patreon is a membership platform that makes it easy for artists and creators to get paid. It enables content creators to make a regular, long-term living from their work. Patreon also allows creators to keep in touch with their most ardent supporters while maintaining creative control over their work.

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Best ways to Integrate JotForm + Patreon

  • JotForm Trello

    JotForm + Trello

    Create cards on Trello form new new JotForm submissions Read More...
    When this happens...
    JotForm New Submission
    Then do this...
    Trello Create Card
    If you're a power user of both Trello and JotForm, launching Trello cards from new JotForm submissions is a snap. Once this integration is turned on, Appy Pie Connect makes it super simple to create a fresh card in Trello anytime new information comes into JotForm. This Appy Pie Connect integration only creates new Trello cards after you've set it up, not cards for previous form submissions.
    The Method of Action
    • JotForm has received a new submission
    • Appy Pie Connect create a new Trello card matching the submission on the board and list of your choice
    What You Will Need
    • JotForm account
    • Trello account
  • JotForm Google Sheets

    JotForm + Google Sheets

    Add new rows in Google Sheets on JotForm responses Read More...
    When this happens...
    JotForm New Submission
    Then do this...
    Google Sheets Create Spreadsheet Row
    You can have your JotForm submissions immediately added to Google Sheets with this integration, making it easy to share findings with colleagues. After you set this up, every time a new JotForm answer is received, a new row will be added to the Google Sheets spreadsheet you specify.
    How Does This Integration Work?
    • A new submission is received on JotForm
    • Appy Pie Connect creates a new row on Google Sheets
    What You Require
    • JotForm account
    • Google Sheets account
  • JotForm HubSpot (Legacy)

    JotForm + HubSpot (Legacy)

    Create or update contacts in HubSpot contacts with new JotForm submissions Read More...
    When this happens...
    JotForm New Submission
    Then do this...
    HubSpot (Legacy) Create or Update Contact
    There's no need to manually maintain track of JotForm submissions for new clients or information updates if you don't want to. Simply turn on this JotForm HubSpot integration, and Appy Pie Connect will capture any new JotForm submission and either establish a contact in HubSpot or update an existing match, keeping everything for you so you can focus on other things.
    How This Integration Work
    • A new submission in JotForm
    • Appy Pie Connect creates or updates new contact in HubSpot
    What You Require
    • JotForm account
    • HubSpot account
  • JotForm Gmail

    JotForm + Gmail

    Create Draft to Gmail from New Submission in JotForm Read More...
    When this happens...
    JotForm New Submission
    Then do this...
    Gmail Create Draft
  • JotForm Gmail

    JotForm + Gmail

    Send Email in Gmail when New Submission is created in JotForm Read More...
    When this happens...
    JotForm New Submission
    Then do this...
    Gmail Send Email
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Connect JotForm + Patreon in easier way

It's easy to connect JotForm + Patreon without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

  • New Submission

    Triggers when a new submission has been added to a specific form.

  • Deleted Member

    Triggered when a membership is deleted.

  • Deleted Pledge

    Triggers when an existing pledge is deleted.

  • Deleted Post

    Triggered when a post is deleted on a campaign.

  • New Member

    Triggers when a new member is created, either by pledging or by following a campaign.

  • New Pledge

    Triggers when a new pledge is received on a campaign.

  • New Post

    Triggered when a new post is published on a campaign.

  • Updated Member

    Triggered when the membership information is changed. Includes updates on payment charging events.

  • Updated Pledge

    Triggers when a pledge has been updated.

  • Updated Post

    Triggered when a post is updated on a campaign.


How JotForm & Patreon Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose JotForm as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Patreon as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from JotForm to Patreon.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of JotForm and Patreon


JotForm is an online form builder that can be used to

create forms for almost anything. This includes but is not

limited to. contact forms, file upload forms, web surveys,

online quizzes, and more. Aside from being an easy to use

form builder, JotForm also offers free hosting for the pages

created by its users. This means that posting a contact form on

their website will require them to pay for nothing, aside from

the cost of hosting if they choose to do so. JotForm also allows

for integration with other services, such as Paypal and Google

Drive. With the integration of JotForm and Patreon, users of both

services will be able to benefit from greater ease of use, as well as

a greater number of features. These two services are both great on

their own but become even greater when paired together.

  • Patreon?
  • Patreon is a crowdfunding website that allows people to create

    pages where they can post content for their subscribers. The content is

    contributed by fans who view the page and decide whether or not they

    want to contribute money to it. The page can be for any sort of thing,

    as long as it falls within the rules of the website. These rules state that the content must be non-pornographic and legal in the country in which it is posted. If this rule is vipated, Patreon may shut down the account. In addition to these rules, Patreon also has different tiers for people who would like to support content creators on Patreon. These tiers include. $1 per month, $3 per month, $5 per month, $10 per month, and $25 per month. Each tier comes with different rewards for people who join it. People who have joined these tiers are known as “patrons”. These rewards vary from person to person and are based upon the content creator’s discretion. Patreon also offers a way for people to pay artists directly using PayPal or credit card payments. It does this by taking 5% of the amount paid out of each transaction. This is known as the “platform fee”. For example, if a person contributes $1 per month to their favorite artist’s page on Patreon, Patreon will take $0.05 of that payment as a platform fee. That means that $0.95 will go directly to the artist. Patreon then places those payments into an account called “patrons” that is located on the artist’s Patreon page. The artist can then withdraw the money whenever they want using PayPal or credit card payments. This money can then be used by the artist however they see fit. This platform allows artists to make money through their work without having to leave their current job or needing to find a new one in order to support themselves financially. Instead, these artists can focus on making art while still being able to earn money through it, regardless of how much their work is appreciated or recognized by others. This is similar to how artists used to make money before the Internet was invented and businesses began paying them for their work instead of the other way around. One major difference between Patreon and traditional media outlets that sell art is that Patreon does not take any ownership of the content that is posted on their website. This means that if someone makes a video about one of their favorite artists on YouTube and decides that they want to take down that video once they have earned enough money from it, Patreon will not be able to stop them from doing so. If someone wanted to take down their video after uploading it to their YouTube channel, Patreon could not stop them from doing so because they have no contrp over the content that their members create and post on their website. Another difference between Patreon and traditional media outlets is that Patreon has been created specifically for artists. Traditional media outlets were created for general audiences. Therefore, there will always be competition for attention between artists on Patreon and anyone else who wants a portion of the same audience at any given time. As long as there are people being paid through Patreon, there will always be competing forces fighting for attention from those same people who are paying them. As mentioned above, Patreon takes 5% off of every transaction made through their website. This means that 95% of every donation goes directly to the artist who requested it with no change in the middle. However, if someone happens to donate $1 through PayPal or credit card payments and $0.05 goes to PayPal or credit card payments as well as another $0.05 goes to Patreon as a platform fee, then only 90% of that donation will go directly to the artist. This means that a person who donates $1 per month could end up losing $0.10 less per month than they anticipated because of fees charged by PayPal or credit card companies and fees charged by Patreon as well. After all donations are taken into consideration, some people may find themselves wishing that they had chosen a different service over Patreon in order to save up even just a little bit more money over time for themselves or their favorite artists/creators/musicians/comedians/writers/directors/etc… Another major difference between Patreon and traditional media outlets is that artists have complete say over what happens with their content once it has been posted on their page on Patreon. Many traditional media outlets have certain rules and regulations about what kind of content can and cannot be shown on their platforms at any given time unless their creators abide by those rules and regulations regardless of how much they disagree with them and how much stress those rules and regulations put on their mental health (which is something that many people do not realize until it begins affecting them. One major point against Patreon is that it has no way of knowing whether or not a certain piece of content posted on one of their pages belongs to them or not unless it happens to vipate one of their rules in some way or another (which usually results in a DMCA request. If someone does not want anyone to know about something they have created from fear of having it stpen by someone else and used in a professional setting without their consent, then they should not put it on a service like Patreon because anybody with access to the Internet can access your content once you post it online onto any sort of public platform like Facebook or Twitter or Instagram or Tumblr or Youtube or Spotify or Pandora or SoundCloud or iTunes Radio or Apple Music or Bandcamp or Google Play Music or DeviantArt or WordPress or Quora or reddit or Imgur or 4chan or 7chan or 9gag or chanarchive dot org or gfycat dot com or gifreactor dot com or giphy dot com or imgur dot com or kat imgur com dot com or karmadecay dot net or mega dot co dot nz or megalp dot com dot arabic ou imgur dot com slash qbz4nk dot jpg ou vimeo dot com/user/yourusernamehere ou youtube dot com/channel/UCfS4UjyYDffvUDxMmC4mZQ e ou twitch tv/channel/usernamehere e ou dailymotion dot com slash channel usernamehere e ou soundcloud dot com/usernamehere e ou tumblr dot com slash usernamehere e ou instagram dot com slash usernamehere e ou github dot com slash usernamethere hashtagrepo-name here e ou your own server hosted in your own home with your own domain name e por favor antes de tentar fazer qualquer coisa que possa prejudicar sua conta no patreon leia esta mensagem https://www.patreon.com/faq#copyright e se você estiver escrevendo algum tipo de material que não seja de caráter pessoal por favor faça um acordo prévio com quem tiver autoridade sobre esse material sobre quais direitos você tem sobre esse material antes de cpoca-lo no patreon

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