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Google Contacts + Setmore Appointments

Add new Google Contacts to SetMore Appointments

Tired of looking for contact data when the time comes for scheduling? Put this Zap to work and you'll never have to worry about that again. It will respond to every new contact detected on Google Contacts after you've configured it, automatically using that information to create a new contact on SetMore Appointments with all the details.

Tired of looking for contact data when the time comes for scheduling? Put this Zap to work and you'll never have to worry about that again. It will respond to every new contact detected on Google Contacts after you've configured it, automatically using that information to create a new contact on SetMore Appointments with all the details.

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    When this happens...
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    New or Updated Contact

    Triggers when a contact is created or updated.

    TriggerScheduled
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    Setmore AppointmentsSetmore Appointments
    Create Contact

    Create a new contact.

    ActionWrite

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About Google Contacts

Google Contacts, the address book built into Gmail, lets you keep track of all your contacts, see when you last interacted with them, and more.
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  • Contact Management
  • Google

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About Setmore Appointments

Setmore helps small businesses book appointments online and grow their business every day.
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