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Use Zapier

We have integrated Paradym with Zapier (opens in a new tab) to streamline the process of issuing and verifying credentials, making it easy to automate these tasks without needing a deep understanding of APIs.

Zapier connects different web applications and supports thousands of apps (opens in a new tab), enabling Paradym users to automate credential-related tasks.

Getting Started

Before you begin, please ensure you have the following:

Once you have these ready, you can start integrating Paradym with Zapier and automate your credential issuance and verification processes.


If you aren't familiar with Zapier, the Zapier Quickstart Guide (opens in a new tab) will help you quickly create your first Zap. This guide will assist you in getting into the automation mindset and walk you through the necessary steps to get things up and running.


In Zapier, triggers are events that start your Zap. For a more in-depth understanding of triggers, please refer to the Set up your Zap trigger Guide (opens in a new tab).

The Paradym Zapier integration offers the following triggers:

  • New Verification Response

New Verification Response

The New Verification Response trigger is activated when a verification results in a verified response from the user. For example when a user accepts the proof request you sent out to verify their birthdate.

This trigger allows you to monitor verification outcomes by automatically tracking when a user successfully verifies their credentials. Additionally, it enables you to automate subsequent actions, triggering additional tasks and workflows based on the verified response. By using this trigger, you can ensure that your system promptly responds to verified user responses.


In Zapier, actions are tasks that Zapier performs for you. For a more in-depth understanding of actions, please refer to the Zapier Actions Guide (opens in a new tab).

The Paradym Zapier integration offers the following actions:

  • Create Issuance Offer
  • Create Verification Request
  • Get Verification Result

Each of these actions will be covered in detail in this section.

Create Issuance Offer

The Create Issuance Offer action enables you to create an OpenID4VC issuance offer for selected pre-made credentials from your Paradym account. This action enables you to:

  1. Select the Project: Choose the project where the credential is located.
  2. Select the Credential: Select the specific credential you would like to issue.

By using this action, you can generate issuance offers for your credentials, and combine them with other Zapier apps.


You can send a credential offer to users by combining the issue credential action with available Zapier apps like slack, gmail, etc.

Create Verification Request

The Create Verification Request action allows you to create an OpenID4VC verification request for the selected presentation template. This action enables you to:

  1. Select the Project: Choose the project where the presentation template is created.
  2. Select the Presentation Template: Select the presentation template that you want to use for the verification request.

This action simplifies the process of creating verification requests, making it easier to verify credentials.

Get Verification Result

With the Get Verification Result action you can retrieve and use the information from a request you sent to the user.

The action retrieves presented data attributes from an OpenID4VC verification session by its ID. It returns the verification session result if the session is verified. If the session is still in a requested state, the action will wait for the session to be verified before continuing to the next action. This ensures you get the results without having to worry about their availability, streamlining the verification process.

To use this action, you need to specify the verification session ID. If you have a Create Verification Request action before the Get Verification Result action in your Zap, you can use the session ID from the verification request to dynamically retrieve the verification result.