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Timeneye + Zapier: Connect Timeneye With 2,000 Apps
No, there isn’t a typo in the title.
Timeneye now integrates with 2,000 apps and services.
How is that possible? Well, with the Timeneye – Zapier integration of course! ⚡️
How to connect Timeneye with your favorite app using Zapier
Zapier is a service that allows users to connect apps to automate workflows, without writing a single line of code.
With Zapier you can create connections between your favorite apps, to save time and optimize repetitive tasks.
So you can see how an integration with a time tracking tool like Timeneye can really give a boost to your efficiency and productivity.
Well now the integration with Timeneye and Zapier is out of the beta, and available to everybody!
How to use the Zapier integration
To use this integration you will need:
From the Integrations section of the Timeneye workspace, look for the Zapier integration. Here you only have to click the green button to be redirected to the Zapier page where you can set the integration.
Or, you can start from the Zapier website directly.
Simply search in the directory for the service you want to connect with Timeneye.
Zapier works with “triggers” and “actions”: when something happens in one service, it triggers an action in the other.
Zapier has a pretty straightforward guided procedure that lets you build the connection (called “zap”) without writing code.
Click on Make a zap in the Zapier panel, and follow the step-by-step instructions to create your zap.
A few ideas to try: Zap templates with Timeneye
- Create a new Timeneye Project from new Todoist Projects
Every time you create a new project in Todoist, it will automatically replicate the project in Timeneye, so you won’t have to do it manually;
- Save new time entries as Google Sheet rows;
Every Timeneye entry will be added as a row in Google Sheets, creating a log of your time entries;
- Create a new folder in Google Drive for new Timeneye projects;
For every new project you start working (and tracking time) on, automatically create its folder in Google Drive for documents, assets, etc;
- Start a timer in Timeneye when you do any activity in Trello;
Use the Trello cards as triggers to track time in Timeneye.
These are just a few examples of the things you can do with this integration. But, since the Zapier directory has more than 2,000 apps, we can’t wait to see what our users will come up to!