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Microsoft Office 365 + Nozbe Integrations

How to connect Microsoft Office 365 + Nozbe

Zapier lets you send info between Microsoft Office 365 and Nozbe automatically—no code required.

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Calendar Event Start

Triggers at a specified time before an event in your calendar starts.

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Update Contact

Updates a contact.

Supported triggers and actions

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How Microsoft Office 365 + Nozbe Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Authenticate Microsoft Office 365 + Nozbe.
    30 seconds
  2. Step 2: Pick one of the apps as a trigger, which will kick off your automation.
    15 seconds
  3. Step 3: Choose a resulting action from the other app.
    15 seconds
  4. Step 4: Select the data you want to send from one app to the other.
    2 minutes
  5. That’s it! More time to work on other things.
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About Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 Business is a complete office suite in the cloud. It provides all the standard office products like Excel, Outlook, Word, SharePoint and more, but available from any internet enabled computer! Zapier does not currently support Outlook.com addresses or Home 365 accounts, only business or Enterprise.

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  • Email
  • Microsoft

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About Nozbe

Nozbe is an online to-do list style project management tool for your team.

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