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Try Uncanny Automator risk-free for 30 days. If you’re not happy, we’ll refund your money, no questions asked.

$49
/year
One trigger per recipe
Unlimited actions per recipe
1 site
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$149
/year
Unlimited triggers per recipe
Unlimited actions per recipe
1 site
Extra license for staging
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$249
/year
Unlimited triggers per recipe
Unlimited actions per recipe
5 sites
Multisite Support
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Dave C
“Very awesome!”

Adam P
“Zapier for WordPress… very cool”

Jack A
“Super cool idea”

Eugen T
“Useful and works well”

Who should use Uncanny Automator?

Automator can add value in minutes to any WordPress site, but it’s especially useful on sites where users have accounts. Membership sites, elearning sites, ecommerce sites and social sites are perfect fits. If you’re not sure how Automator might help your site, try the Lite plan first and upgrade when you’re ready (you can upgrade by paying the difference in cost at any time).

Is there a real company behind Uncanny Automator?

There certainly is! Uncanny Owl, creators of Automator, have been in the WordPress business for over 5 years and have thousands of paid customers for our other WordPress plugins. We’re well known in the WordPress elearning space.

What do I need to use Uncanny Automator?

You’ll need a WordPress site, of course, and it must be running PHP 5.6 or higher. To connect with our plugin integrations you’ll also need those plugins active on your site. And to connect with CRMs, like Infusionsoft and Active Campaign, you’ll need the WP Fusion plugin.

Can I use Automator on client sites?

You can use your licenses on any sites that you want. Please note, however, that support requests should come from the person that purchased the license.

What if I don’t like Uncanny Automator or don’t find it useful?

Let us know within 30 days of purchase and we’ll be happy to refund you in full! We’re pretty sure that you’ll like it though. 🙂

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