There's no sense in having to upload the same file twice—that's a job for Zapier automation. Once you've configured this integration, it will trigger with every new file you upload to Dropbox. Zapier will then pass the file along to Docparser, uploading it so your parsing rules can extract the info you need. Don't forget to create another Zap to send all that extracted data to any other app, using the "Parsed Data Available" Trigger for Docparser!
How this Dropbox-Docparser integration works
- A new document is added to Dropbox
- Zapier uploads the document to Docparser
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