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Email by Zapier + Acuity Scheduling Integrations

How to connect Email by Zapier + Acuity Scheduling

Zapier lets you send info between Email by Zapier and Acuity Scheduling automatically—no code required.

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New Inbound Email

Triggers when an email is forwarded to your own custom zapiermail.com address.

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Add Blocked Off Time

Block off a new range of time on your schedule.

Supported triggers and actions

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How Email by Zapier + Acuity Scheduling Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Authenticate Email by Zapier + Acuity Scheduling.
    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 Email by Zapier

Send and receive email via a custom Zapier email address at "zapiermail.com". This is great for triggering off of emails and sending custom emails. (Max of 10 email sends per hour.) Have direct access to your own email servers? Check out our IMAP and SMTP services!

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  • Email
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About Acuity Scheduling

Easy online appointment scheduling software. Save time by having clients book appointments, complete custom intake forms, and pay in advance 24/7 anywhere in the world.
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