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Schedule by ZapierEvery Month
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FreshBooks ClassicCreate Project

Want a simple way to start out new FreshBooks projects each month? Zapier can do that for you. With this integration, you can pick a schedule, and Zapier will then create a new FreshBooks project each month on the day you pick, complete with any tasks you need to complete each month.

How It Works

  1. Pick a day and time each month when you want to start new projects
  2. Zapier creates a FreshBooks project automatically on that time each month

What You Need

  • A FreshBooks account

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New Client

Triggers when a new client is added.

Create Project

Create a new project automatically.

New Invoice

Triggers when a new invoice is created (with line item support).

Create Client

Create a new client automatically.

New Payment

Triggers when a new payment is created.

Create Invoice

Create an invoice, and optionally send it (with line item support).

Every Week

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

Create Paid Invoice

Create a new invoice and mark it as paid.

Every Day

Triggers daily, just choose at what hour of time.

Create Time Entry

Creates a new time entry on a task

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FreshBooks Classic is a simple web-based software for tracking time, organizing expenses and invoicing clients.

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.