Pipefy Connector: How tasks are counted?

Learn how tasks are counted in integrations and how you can access yours.

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Written by Grazi Sabatini
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Pipefy's Connector integrates different software to automate actions and transfer data between them.

In integrations, a set of actions becomes a Recipe, which can be measured based on the number of tasks.

Tasks are integration steps that result in different actions, such as creating, updating, or deleting a record on a platform.

With tasks, you can combine different actions to a Recipe and add steps to your integration as you need.

What counts as a task?

Every time an action is created or updated in your integration, a task is counted.

For example, in a digital signature process, when a card is submitted to signing:

  • Every time a card is moved in Pipefy (event)

  • The contract is submitted to customers A and B through DocuSign (action).

Contracts A and B count as two tasks.

In Pipefy's Connector, the following actions count as tasks:


Task count


Trigger conditions







Each action increments 1 task

Actions in loop

Each action increments 1 task







Each action increments 1 task

How to access tasks in integrations?

To access your recipes and view related tasks, log in to your account.

The first screen you will see is the Projects page. There, you can see active Recipes in your account, and ones that were recently stopped.

On the left sidebar, you can also access your integrations Dashboard.

In this section, you can view the number of tasks your Recipes are consuming in the billing period in Plan usage.

And, also look for possible errors that might have occurred and, consequently, become Failed jobs.

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