Added attribute to v1/zap-tamplates

The endpoint /v1/zap-templates exposes the uuid attribute to each step. This attribute is a UUID v4 string.


Added v1/profiles/me

The endpoint return information about the user whose access_token is authorized.
Check the endpoint documentation for the payload structure.

Added pagination to v1/zaps

The endpoint /v1/zaps supports limit/offset query parameters to paginate the results.
count/next/previous have been added to the response payload.


[DEPRECATION] After July 5, 2021, the endpoint v1/zap-template/me will no longer exist.


Added attributes to existing endpoint payloads

The endpoint /v1/apps exposes the uuid attribute for each app that is returned. This attribute is a UUID v4 string.

The endpoint /v1/zap-templates exposes the label attribute to each step. A null placeholder value is used if the label is unable to be resolved.

Updated example endpoint payloads

The example payloads for endpoints /v1/apps and /v1/zap-templates have been updated to reflect these new attributes.


Introducing rate limiting

The endpoints are now rate limit protected. The limit is set to 9,000 requests per hour for an individual endpoint.


New /apps endpoint

This is a new endpoint that returns a list of apps in Zapier’s App Directory.


Updated /zap-templates and /zap-templates/me

These endpoints now accept an offset parameter to support pagination through results.


Faster /zap-templates lookup.

Sub-second responses to the /v1/zap-templates even when requesting up to 100 Zap templates.


Access tokens never expire.

After security review, the access tokens granted will no longer expire. This may change in the future, however, based on endpoints provided by the API. In that event, we expect API consumers to provide the user with the authorize endpoint to get a fresh access token.



The endpoint will now return all Zaps regardless of the Zapier CLI App’s version that was used when creating the Zap.