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What is Zapier? 

Zapier is a platform that empowers users to automate workflows and tasks across 5,000+ different applications—allowing users to connect, work faster, and save time. Zapier Integrations include; Gmail, MailChimp, Zoom, Discord, Trello, Jira, Slack, QuickBooks, and so much more

What is the App4Legal Zapier Integration?  

Zapier lets you connect App4Legal with thousands of the most popular apps, so you can automate your work and have more time for what matters most—no code required. The App4Legal Zapier Integration is free, but requires you to have a premium Zapier account, as well as any App4Legal subscription plan. 

How Do Zaps Work? 

So, a Zap is simply a trigger from one application, that causes an action in another application – speeding up the workflow when using multiple different platforms and applications to get work done. 

For example, with the App4Legal Zapier Integration, users can integrate the App4Legal Core Billing System with QuickBooks, Zoho Box, Xero, or FreshBooks, to synchronize invoice generation and payments across all platforms with just a few clicks. Moreover, users can link their Gmail, and Google Sheets, seamlessly. 

To make it even easier, App4Legal designed pre-configured templates to help with quick zaps across specific accounting and billing platforms. 
  

How to Get Started? 

First, make sure you have a Premium Zapier Account, and an Active App4Legal Instance. Second, choose App4Legal from the available applications on Zapier. Then you’ll have to connect to your App4Legal account using your username and password. Now, you can choose triggers to cause specific events. Simply fill in the appropriate fields and get notified automatically on all your events. You can use the pre-configured templates designed by the team at App4Legal to facilitate and speed up legal billing processes, and you can also design your own triggers and actions for any of Zapier’s applications. 

For more information about App4Legal products, click here. 
 

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