I'm running into the same issue too. I've created triggers with multiple apps in Pabbly, so no issues so far except this one in Aweber.
First, when I use Aweber as a trigger, it says:
- First authorize our application called Pabbly Connect using atleast one action endpoint
However, there is NO button to authorize. In order for me to authorize, I would have to connect Aweber as an action, not a trigger, and then the authorize button will show.
After authorizing, I have to reload the Aweber integration page and then enter the webhook.
Then I click on capture the response in Pabbly (as a Trigger).
After saving and manually adding a contact into Aweber or through an Aweber form, I go back to Pabbly.
Instead of users providing their account information for this test (which goes against most cybersecurity norms), I would kindly request for the Pabbly team to create a free trial in Aweber and test it themselves as this is happening across multiple, if not all, user accounts.