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Schedule by ZapierEvery Week
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CoScheduleCreate Task

Eliminate having to manually schedule specific weekly tasks. Use this integration to automatically create a new task in CoSchedule every week, at a time of your choosing.

How It Works

  1. Every week
  2. Zapier creates a new CoSchedule task on your calendar

Apps involved

-Schedule by Zapier - CoSchedule

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Every Week

Triggers every week, just choose what day of the week.

Create Project

Create a project and add it to your calendar OR your Workboard.

Every Day

Triggers daily, just choose at what hour of time.

Create Marketing Campaign

Create a Marketing Campaign and add it to your calendar.

Every Month

Triggers every month, just choose what day of the month.

Create Task

Create a task and add it to your calendar.

New Project

Triggers when a new piece of project is created.

Create Social Message

Create a Social Message and add it to your calendar.

New Task

Triggers when a new task is created on the calendar. (Personal tasks created in the user dashboard are not included with this trigger.)

Create Event

Create an Event and add it to your calendar.

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What is Schedule by Zapier?


Schedule is a native Zapier app you can use for recurring tasks. Trigger an action every day of the month, every day of the week or every single day. You can also select the hour of the day. If you're a developer, this is similar to a crontab, cronjob or cron.

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