Integration action types

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In Spreadsheet.com, Automations consist of two necessary parts (Triggers and Actions), and may also include Conditions. Triggers tell your automations when to be activated, while actions determine what Spreadsheet.com does. Spreadsheet.com can both take a standard action on an existing worksheet or an integration action with applications outside of Spreadsheet.com.

Integration action types are a great way to connect Spreadsheet.com with other systems you use for work. For instance, post updates on Slack when you get new customer service requests, add contacts to Mailchimp when they fill out Spreadsheet.com forms, or send your team recurring emails reminding them of outstanding tasks.

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Currently, Spreadsheet.com allows for the following integration actions, each of which has its own article explaining how to create and use these actions in detail.

See also, our list of standard action types that allow your automations to make changes and updates inside Spreadsheet.com worksheets.