Zaps Dashboard: This is where you can see all the zaps you've built. They can be arranged into folders for ease of organization.
Zapier Editor: This is where you build your automation workflows (known as 'zaps'). Steps can be added sequentially and within each step, you can configure various settings. Each step can be tested, and if there is an error you'll get prompts on how to resolve it.
My Apps: This is where you can see and manage the apps you have connected in Zapier. When connecting a new app, you'll have to authenticate the connection, either by logging into that app or sometimes providing an API key.
Task History: Every time one of your zaps runs, it creates an entry in this log. Open an entry and you'll be able to see input and output data for each step, and if there was an error, you'll find more details here. You also have the ability to replay a task where it failed.
Zapier Formatter and Custom Logic Paths: This feature helps you go a step ahead in deciding how you want the input data and output data. Logic Path will help you run the Zaps based on logic or conditions you are setting up.