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Curating news for your audience can be time-consuming. With this Zapier integration, you can watch for new articles that match the keywords most important to you, and adds them to your queue to share. After you set it up, Zapier will watch for new New York Times articles that match your keywords and add those articles to Buffer.

How this New York Times-Buffer integration works

  1. An article using your term in the headline is published in your selected New York Times section
  2. Zapier adds that article to your Buffer queue

Apps involved

  • New York Times
  • Buffer

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The New York Times is an American daily newspaper which features top articles across many sections, including politics, technology, and opinion.

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