Always wanted to connect your favourite business tools to Teamleader, but lack the coding experience? Great news: we’ve just added over 1000 integrations at once, thanks to a little tool called Zapier that hooks one app to another.
The easiest way to explain? Zapier is all about conditions: if this happens in app A, then let that happen in app B.
Imagine you spend around 30 minutes a day manually entering new contacts. 30 minutes times 260 working days a year equals 7800 minutes, which translates to roughly 130 hours of manual labour.
By simply connecting your contact form to Teamleader using Zapier, you spend 5 minutes setting up a super easy flow - saving you up to 20 working days a year!
Setting up a flow is easy and requires no coding skills at all. In a few clicks, you can get your preferred flow up and running. Apple reseller Switch agrees. With a combination of lead capturing, Zendesk, Google sheets, Teamleader and Zapier they managed to set up the perfect flow for their Business Developers to follow up on new leads and structure their sales process.
“We’ve been integrating Teamleader and Zapier for quite a while now, and so far, it’s been working just great. Our “Zaps” automise about 6 tasks at a time, generating over 40 leads per month - fully automated.” - Filip De Clerck - Switch, Apple reseller
The paradox of choice
The Paradox of Choice – Why More Is Less is a 2004 book by American psychologist Barry Schwartz. In his book, Schwartz argues that eliminating consumer choices can greatly reduce anxiety for shoppers.
We can imagine it’s a bit overwhelming to sift through 1000+ apps to connect with. Luckily, we like to make things easier for you here at Teamleader. We’ve listed some of our own favourite integrations and made a few ready-to-use templates for you to enjoy. Using these can increase your time saving efforts significantly.
Just a few examples of what working with Zapier could do:
Anyone can build workflows in just a few clicks. By the way, are you wondering how to pronounce Zapier? We were too, and did a small field test: