We want you to get the most out of your data within Kintone, which is why we've partnered with Zapier, a service that helps companies connect their favorite apps.
Zapier helps bring in the data you use the most and interact with it, using Kintone's powerful pre-built services for automating workflows, assigning tasks, collaborating and customizing apps that run your business within a central and secure IT-governed environment.
Think of it as a bridge between different web apps, even if those apps don’t have native integrations between them. It works using Triggers that watch for events in your apps, then kick off a sequence of Searches and Actions. Searches look up existing data, and Actions create new items. When combined, these "Zaps" complete your tasks automatically.
For example, adding a new Kintone record to your Google calendar would be an example of a Zap. If you wanted to move contacts in Kintone to a Mailchimp account, that would be another Zap.
What can you do with Kintone + Zapier?
You can connect Kintone to apps like Gmail, Google Calendar, Mailchimp, QuickBooks, Evernote and many others to automate the tedious tasks in your workflow.
Here are some ways Kintone users can take advantage of Zapier:
Get started with our Zapier integration
Ready to start connecting your data? Take one minute to sign up for a free Kintone trial and then a Zapier account and voila! You can start connecting your favorite apps to Kintone's central, collaborative and powerful business application platform. Your team will thank you.
About the Author
Nicole is Director of Marketing at Kintone, with 10+ years experience in content strategy, campaign management, lead acquisition and building positive work cultures of empowered, purpose-driven team members. She spent seven years as a journalist, previously serving as a CBS San Francisco digital producer, NPR contributor, Patagon Journal deputy editor and reporter for several publications, including the Chicago Tribune. She's passionate about the tech for good space, social entrepreneurship and women leadership. On the weekends, you’ll likely find her putting her Master Gardener skills to use in at community gardens in Oakland.