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Dropbox + Mailchimp Integrations

How to connect Dropbox + Mailchimp

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New File in Folder

Triggers when a new file is added to a folder. Make sure the number of files/folders in the watched folder does not exceed 4000.

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Add Note to Subscriber

Adds a new note to an existing subscriber.

Supported triggers and actions

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How Dropbox + Mailchimp Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Authenticate Dropbox + Mailchimp.
    30 seconds
  2. Step 2: Pick one of the apps as a trigger, which will kick off your automation.
    15 seconds
  3. Step 3: Choose a resulting action from the other app.
    15 seconds
  4. Step 4: Select the data you want to send from one app to the other.
    2 minutes
  5. That’s it! More time to work on other things.

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About Dropbox

Dropbox lets you store your files online, sync them to all your devices, and share them easily. Get started for free, then upgrade for more space and security features.
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  • File Management & Storage

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About Mailchimp

Share your ideas with Mailchimp email newsletters—then use its landing page and form builders to grow your lists and take marketing further with drip and transactional emails.
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