Do you want to know how to send emails from ClickSend to Facebook lead ads in real-time? If that’s the case then we are suggesting a technique to integrate Facebook and ClickSend using Pabbly Connect.

Basically, Pabbly Connect is an integration and automation software that lets you transfer data automatically between remote applications.

How to Send Emails from ClickSend to Facebook Lead Ads

Before we bounce straight into the integration process, let us get a smidgen of information about both services. Facebook is a social media platform or social networking site that allows the user all over the world to connect and interact. However, ClickSend is a cloud-based gateway service for your business that lets you send bulk SMS, email, fax & letters worldwide.

Since Facebook and ClickSend don’t have any direct way of integration between them, that’s why here we are using Pabbly Connect.

Why Choose This Method Of Integration?

In contrast with other integration services-

  • Pabbly Connect does not charge you for its in-built apps like filters, Iterator, Router, Data transformer, and more
  • Create “Unlimited Workflows” and smoothly define multiple tasks for each action
  • As compared to other services which offer 750 tasks at $24.99, Pabbly Connect offers 50000 tasks in the starter plan of $29 itself
  • Unlike Zapier, there’s no restriction on features. Get access to advanced features even in the basic plan
  • Try before you buy! Before spending your money, you can actually signup & try out the working of Pabbly Connect for FREE

Sign Up To Pabbly Connect 

After integrating these services, you can easily send emails via ClickSend from Facebook lead ads automatically. Moreover, we’ve embedded a video below to assist you with this automation process.

Besides, if you want to save some time in making this automation from scratch, we have attached a template for the same. Just simply click on the below image to get started quickly and in case you are looking for more apps/integrations, simply visit the Marketplace.


Hence, without further delay, let’s follow the step by step procedure to integrate Facebook and ClickSend.

Step 1: Sign up to Pabbly Connect

Sign Up

Begin the process to send emails from ClickSend to Facebook lead ads by pressing the ‘Sign Up Free’ button on the Pabbly Connect dashboard. Later, either fill-up all the details manually or sign up using Gmail credentials.

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Step 2: Access Pabbly Connect

Select Connect

Next, after logging into the account, tap on the ‘Access Now’ button as shown in the above image.

Step 3: Workflow for Facebook to ClickSend Integration

(a) Start with a New Workflow

Create New Workflow

Start by creating a workflow for your integration by pressing the ‘Create Workflow’ button.

(b) Name the Workflow

Name the Workflow

Now, you need to name the workflow just like in the above-shown image. I named the workflow ‘Facebook Lead Ads to ClickSend’, you can obviously name the workflow as per your requirements.

Step 4: Setting Trigger for Facebook to ClickSend Integration

As soon as you are done naming your workflow, you have to select the application you want to integrate. Pabbly Connect allows you to connect unlimited premium apps, create your free account now.

(a) Select Application you Want to Integrate

Select Facebook

Now, we will select the application that we want to integrate. In this case, we are selecting ‘Facebook Lead Ads’ for integration. In the method section, select ‘New Lead’.

(b) Click the Connect Button

Connect with Facebook

After choosing the application, click on the ‘Connect with Facebook Lead Ads’ button to move forward.

Step 5: Connecting Facebook to Pabbly Connect

To connect Facebook to Pabbly Connect, you have to authorize the application. For that, you need to log in to your Facebook account.

Authorize Application Facebook

Next, a window will pop up, here click on the ‘Connect With Facebook Lead Ads’ button and authorize your Facebook account.

Step 6: Add a Test Lead

To check if the integration is capturing data or not, we will add a dummy lead in Facebook.

(a) Click on Publishing Tools

Publishing Tools Facebook

Now, go to your Facebook page and click on the ‘Publishing Tools’ option.

(b) Go to Forms Library

Forms Library Facebook

Next, you have to click on the ‘Forms Library’ option to reach to the forms page that you have created.

(c) Preview Form

Preview Forms Facebook

Here, select any of the listed forms and then click on the ‘Preview’ link to add a new lead.

(d) Create Lead

Add Lead Ad Facebook

Next, add the name and email of the lead and hit the ‘Next’ button and submit the lead.

(e) Send Test Request

Send Test Request Facebook

Subsequently, Pabbly Connect fetches all the pages and forms available on that Facebook account. Simply, select the page and forms from which you want to get the leads. And then click on the ‘Save & Send Test Request’ button to capture the data from Facebook.

Step 7: Test the Response in Pabbly Connect Dashboard

Save the API Response

Once you click on the ‘Save & Send Test Request’ in Pabbly Connect, the lead info will appear on the Pabbly Connect dashboard. Then, click on the ‘Save’ button.

Step 8: Setting Actions for Facebook to ClickSend Integration

To make this Facebook-ClickSend integration work, you have to choose two actions for your trigger. First of ‘Data Transformers’ to simplify the data that we got in the trigger event, and second of ‘ClickSend’ to send the email.

(a) Select Application you Want to Integrate

Data Transformer

To add the Data Transformer, click on the plus (+) button and select ‘Data Transformer’ from the choose app drop-down and select in the ‘Action Event’ ‘Facebook Leads Ad’.

(b) Click the Connect Button

Connect with Data Transformer

After selecting the application, click on ‘Connect With Data Transformer’ button.

(c) Map the Fields

Send Test Request Data Transformer

Now, it’s time to map the field data. Simply click on the map button and select the ‘field_data’ which you received through Facebook Lead Ads trigger and then hit the ‘Save & Send Test Request’ button.

(d) Save the API Response

Save API Response Data

Here, we got the response in the correct format, click on the ‘Save’ button.

(e) Select Application you want to Integrate

Select Clicksend

Click on the plus icon and select ‘ClickSend’ from choose app and add action event as ‘Send Transactional Email’.

(f) Click the Connect Button

Connect with Clicksend

After choosing the application click on the ‘Connect with ClickSend’ button to move forward.

Step 9: Connecting ClickSend to Pabbly Connect

To connect ClickSend to Pabbly Connect, you have to paste the API token and username from your ClickSend account to Pabbly Connect. For that, you need to log in to your ClickSend account.

(a) Copy the API Key and Username

Copy the API Key Clicksend

Now, click on the ‘Developers’ option in your ClickSend dashboard and then click on the ‘API Credentials’ option. After reaching the API page, simply copy the given username and API key.

(b) Paste the API Key and Username

Paste API Key Clicksend

Next, simply paste the copied API key and username to Pabbly Connect and then hit the ‘Save’ button.

(c) Map the Fields

Map the Fields

After connecting with your ClickSend account, map all the fields quickly like the sender’s name, sender’s email, etc.

(d) Save and Send Test Request

Send Test Request Clicksend

Once you are done adding up all field data click on the ‘Save & Send Test Request’ button.

Step 10: Check Response in Gmail Dashboard

Check Response

In the end, when you check your Gmail dashboard, the email has been delivered via ClickSend on the addition of new lead in Facebook automatically.

Conclusion –

To sum up, this was the whole gist of the process of ‘How to Send Emails from ClickSend to Facebook Lead Ads’. Consequently, after completing the step by step procedure, you will end up auto-sending ClickSend emails for every new lead on Facebook via Pabbly Connect.

Although, you can also grab Pabbly Connect for FREE with all its premium features.

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