Pivotal Tracker + Gmail Integrations
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Create Pivotal Tracker stories from new Gmail messages [Business Gmail Accounts Only]
You can use Gmail messages as a data source for new Pivotal Tracker stories. If you receive Gmail messages raising project activities or tasks, then Zapier can automatically add those messages as new stories in your Pivotal Tracker account. This integration could be triggered by a label being applied to a new Gmail message, or it could be linked to a dedicated mailbox. You could even set up Gmail filters to automatically apply the label to drive the integration.
After this integration is set up, new Gmail messages received from that point forward will be saved as new stories in your Pivotal Tracker account.
How It Works
- A new Gmail message is received
- Zapier adds the email as a new story in a Pivotal Tracker project
What You Need
- A Gmail account
- A Pivotal Tracker account
Note: This integration will only work if you have a Business Gmail account - these have custom domains. Free consumer Gmail accounts cannot be used with this integration. Read Help docs here.
It's easy to connect Pivotal Tracker + Gmail and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.
Trigger when a new story is added in a project.
Creates a new project.
Triggers when any new activity happens within a project.
Creates a new story in a project.
Triggers when you receive a new email that matches a search string you provide.
Create (but do not send) a new email message.
Triggers when you receive a new email and label it within two days.
Create and send a new email message.
Triggers when you receive a new attachment (triggers once per attachment).
Creates a new label.
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