When this happens...
SalesforceNew Custom Object
Then do this...
EventableCreate Event

This Zapier automation will enable you to automatically create events in Eventable whenever a new custom object (of the type you choose) is created in Salesforce. You can now create calendar events from custom objects defined inside Salesforce.

How this Salesforce-Eventable integration works

  1. A custom object is created in Salesforce
  2. Zapier creates a corresponding event in Eventable

Apps involved

  • Salesforce
  • Eventable
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When this happens...
then do this!
New Event

Triggers when a new event is created (must choose between published or draft events).

Create Event

Creates a new event in Eventable.

New Lead

Triggers when a new lead is created.

Send Event to Subscriber

Sends event invitation to a subscriber. Subscriber must have been previously added to the calendar in order to receive the event.

New Custom Object

Triggers when a new custom object (of the type you choose) is created.

Create Lead

Create a new lead.

New Contact

Triggers when a new contact is created.

Add a Lead to a Campaign

Add a lead to a campaign.

New Opportunity

Triggers when a new opportunity is created.

Create Custom Object

Create a new custom object (of the type you choose).

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Eventable is a calendar communication platform that makes it easy for anyone to create, send, and share calendar events on the web.

Salesforce is a leading enterprise customer relationship manager (CRM) application.

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