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Keap Max Classic + RingCentral

Make RingCentral calls from tagged Infusionsoft contacts

If you want to automatically remind contacts of an upcoming appointment or gauge their interest in a program, you can set up this Zap to automatically call the contact whenever you tag the contact in Infusionsoft

If you want to automatically remind contacts of an upcoming appointment or gauge their interest in a program, you can set up this Zap to automatically call the contact whenever you tag the contact in Infusionsoft

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    Tag Added to Contact

    Triggers when a tag gets added to a contact.

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    Generate Ringout Call

    Starts a 2-legged RingOutCall based on specified from and to numbers.

    ActionWrite

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About Keap Max Classic

Keap Max Classic is all-in-one marketing and sales automation software for small businesses. It effortlessly combines CRM, email marketing and e-commerce.

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About RingCentral

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