Gone are the days when you have two – three great apps that run your entire business. People love standalone solutions which help them perform a particular function smoothly, as opposed to something that lets them do everything but isn’t great at anything.
Most businesses use a myriad of apps to function smoothly — MailChimp for email marketing, Salesforce for CRM, QuickBooks for accounting, and many more.
Good thing is that all of these apps are cloud-ready and data can be synced across them — through app integrations. Integrations eliminate data duplicates, gives you better insights, and are not complicated or expensive.
Hiver now integrates with Zapier — it helps you create codeless integrations known as ‘Zaps’. Zaps enable automatic information exchange among tools. You basically save a ton of time when you don’t have to do things manually.
Here are a few ways you can automate Hiver:
- Add new emails in the Sales shared inbox to Salesforce automatically
- Add Asana tasks for new emails that arrive in your shared inbox
- Send messages about new emails in Hiver shared inbox to Hipchat
- Notify users about shared mailbox task assignment via Slack
- Create Trello cards for new emails in a Hiver shared inbox
- Create Base CRM deals for new emails in a Hiver shared inbox
Hiver supports five options that can be set as a trigger with Zapier:
- When a new email lands in a shared inbox
- When an email is assigned to a user
- When you add a Note to an email thread
- When a user is mentioned in an Email Note
- When a new email is added to a Shared Email
For example, you can create a Zap that notifies everyone in Slack when an email arrives in the Sales shared inbox.
With Hiver and Zapier together, your team’s productivity goes several notches up. It’s pretty simple to configure Zapier, here’s a quick guide to it.
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