Google Contacts
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Google ContactsNew or Updated Contact
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vCitaCreate Client

Have all your contacts in one place, where you can take smart follow-up actions like sending invoices, scheduling follow-up meetings, send thank you messages and more. Automatically add new Google Contacts into your vCita CRM with the help of this one easy automation.

How It Works

  1. A new contact is added to your Google Contacts
  2. Zapier adds the new contact into your vCita CRM

What You Need

  • Google account
  • vCita account

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When this happens...
then do this!
New or Updated Contact

Triggers when a contact is created or updated.

Create Contact

Creates a new contact.

New Group

Triggers when a group is created.

Add Contact to Group

Adds an existing contact to a group.

New Invoice

Triggers when a new invoice is issued.

Update Contact

Updates an existing contact.

New Appointment

Triggers when a new appointment is created.

Create Busy Time

Creates a block of time during which you are busy according to your vCita calendar.

New Client

Triggers when new client is created.

Create Client

Creates a new client.

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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.

vCita is a client engagement solution for small businesses, including lead generation, online scheduling, document sharing, online payments and contact management. vCita is available on desktop, tablet and mobile, easily integrating with any website and online platform.

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