Thanks to this integration, you can connect Timeneye to 2,000+ services using Zapier.
This integration is currently available on Beta.
What You Need To Get Started
To use this integration, you'll need the following:
This integration is a User integration, meaning every Timeneye user in the workspace has to set their integration. It's only possible to set global Zapier connections for part of the team.
How Does The Integration Work?
In case you need to become more familiar with Zapier, this service allows you to create connections between services by automating workflows. Basically, you can build your own connections and integrations with Timeneye and the services you need.
Zapier works with "Zaps" which means that when a desired trigger action happens in Timeneye, it will create another action in the other service, and vice-versa.
How To Create Your Timeneye Zaps
From the Integrations section of the Timeneye workspace, look for the Zapier integration. Here you only have to click the green button to be redirected to the Zapier page, where you can set the integration.
Or, you can start from the Zapier website directly.
This is what the Timeneye page looks like in Zapier:
From here, you can create your zaps:
Search the apps you want to connect to Timeneye...
...or use one of our pre-made templates.
How To Create a Zap
Zapier has a pretty straightforward guided procedure to create a zap. Click on Make a Zap in the Zapier panel, and follow the step-by-step instructions to create your Zap.
Troubleshooting: Why Don't My Zaps Work?
Make sure you're not on a Timeneye trial that expires after 14 days. If so, continue by activating your subscription;
Sometimes you may need to refresh the authorization in the apps connected via Zapier. For example, this may happen after you have changed your credentials. Refresh your authorizations from the Zapier panel (Zapier will tell you which ones you need to refresh);
Make sure to properly fill the parameters and required fields in your Zap. To check if you have, you can trigger a test ("Test this step") to see if your trigger/action is actually working.