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Zapier is a popular automation tool that connects different apps and services to automate workflows. Users can create “Zaps,” which are workflows that automate tasks between different apps, triggered by specified events.

common automation tasks that Zapier can handle:

Email Parsing:

Automatically extract information from incoming emails and use it to trigger actions in other apps.
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Social Media Posting:

Automatically post updates, tweets, or other content to social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn based on specified triggers.

Form Submissions:

When a form is submitted (e.g., via Google Forms, Typeform, or Gravity Forms), automatically add the data to a spreadsheet, CRM, or another app.

File Management:

Automatically save email attachments to cloud storage services like Google Drive, Dropbox, or OneDrive.
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CRM Updates:

Keep customer relationship management (CRM) systems like Salesforce, HubSpot, or Zoho CRM updated with new leads or contacts from other sources like email, forms, or spreadsheets.

Task Management:

Create tasks in project management tools like Asana, Trello, or Todoist based on triggers such as email messages, form submissions, or calendar events.
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E-commerce Automation:

Automatically create new orders, update inventory, or send order confirmations and shipping notifications between e-commerce platforms like Shopify, WooCommerce, or Magento and other apps.

Event Management:

Automate event-related tasks such as sending invitations, reminders, and follow-ups using tools like Eventbrite, Meetup, or Google Calendar.
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Survey Responses:

Automatically send follow-up emails, update CRM systems, or perform other actions based on responses to surveys conducted through tools like SurveyMonkey, Google Forms, or Typeform.

Data Synchronization:

Keep data synchronized between different apps and databases, ensuring that changes made in one system are reflected in others.
These are just a few examples of the many automation tasks that Zapier can handle. The possibilities are virtually limitless, depending on the apps and services you use and your specific workflow requirements.