Ytel Adds New Communication Capabilities to Zapier Marketplace

Sean Dailey, Ytel |  
Ytel is proud to introduce powerful new integration options to the Zapier marketplace. Now Zapier users can better communicate with their customers using the newest Ytel communication tools (like workflow).

Popular integration powerhouse Zapier recently added new communications capabilities to its marketplace with Ytel API.

Make your apps work together with our Zapier integration. In just a few clicks, you can connect your Ytel account to 1,000+ apps including Shopify, Salesforce, Google Forms, and more. So not only can your communications be centralized with Ytel, but it can be automated as well!

What’s a Zap?
A Zap is an automatic process that reduces the amount of work you and your team have to do.zap login

What are some things I can automate with a Ytel Zap?
* Send an SMS whenever a new order has been submitted using Shopify.
* Add new contacts into Ytel whenever a new contact has been created in Salesforce, Shopify, Google Contact, etc.
* Trigger a Ytel workflow to automatically nurture a new lead via SMS and Voice.
zap options

How can I get started?
To make a Zap, all you have to do is connect your Ytel and Zapier accounts. Then choose the apps you want to connect and pick a trigger that sets your Zap into motion. We’ve put together a step-by-step guide in our help center.
Get Started Today!
These automations, among many others, will streamline users’ productivity by removing the tedious, manual tasks involved with any workflow. Save time, build efficiency, and power innovative communication triggers for your applications through one simple integration.

Subscribe now to receive relevant and informative content to your inbox!

About The Author

Sean Dailey, Ytel

Follow me on Linkedin

Sean leads the People, Culture, and Partnership efforts at Ytel. After almost 5 years of agency recruiting, Sean decided to move into an internal recruiting role, where he could have more of a direct effect on growth and people’s lives That’s when he met Ytel and the rest is history. Sean is a huge believer in culture, and puts an emphasis on people and building relationships.

Like this post? Share your thoughts

New call-to-action