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Amazon S3 + OnceHub Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Amazon S3 and OnceHub

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About Amazon S3

Amazon Simple Storage Service is simple web services interface that you can use to store and retrieve any amount of data, at any time, from anywhere on the web.

About OnceHub

OnceHub is an end-to-end scheduling solution that allows businesses to easily connect with prospects and customers through all phases of the customer lifecycle.

OnceHub Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Amazon S3 + OnceHub

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    Create Text Object from Amazon S3 from Scheduled Booking to OnceHub Read More...
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    OnceHub + Amazon S3

    Upload File in Amazon S3 when Scheduled Booking is added to OnceHub Read More...
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    OnceHub + Amazon S3

    Create Text Object from Amazon S3 from Canceled Booking to OnceHub Read More...
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    OnceHub + Amazon S3

    Create Bucket from Amazon S3 from Canceled Booking to OnceHub Read More...
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Connect Amazon S3 + OnceHub in easier way

It's easy to connect Amazon S3 + OnceHub without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New or Updated File

    Triggers when you add or update a file in a specific bucket. (The bucket must contain less than 10,000 total files.)

  • Booking Lifecycle Event

    Triggers when a booking status is changed to one of the following: Scheduled, Rescheduled, Canceled, Completed, or No-show.

  • Canceled Booking

    Triggers when a booking is canceled.

  • Completed Booking

    Triggers when a booking is completed.

  • No Show Booking

    Triggers when the status of a booking is changed to No-show.

  • Rescheduled Booking

    Triggers when a booking is rescheduled.

  • Scheduled Booking

    Triggers when a new booking is scheduled.

    Actions
  • Create Bucket

    Create a new Bucket

  • Create Text Object

    Creates a brand new text file from plain text content you specify.

  • Upload File

    Copy an already-existing file or attachment from the trigger service.

How Amazon S3 & OnceHub Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Amazon S3 as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick OnceHub as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Amazon S3 to OnceHub.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Amazon S3 and OnceHub

Amazon S3?

Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3. is a storage service provided by Amazon Web Services. It offers object storage through a simple web services interface. The interface allows any computer with Internet access to store and retrieve any amount of data from anywhere on the web. Objects are stored as binary objects called "objects", which can be any block of data, such as a text file or an image. In addition, AWS provides other services that make use of S3, such as the Simple Queue Service (SQS. S3 uses a scalable storage infrastructure that allows users to store as much data as necessary.

OnceHub?

OnceHub is a powerful platform for global cplaboration that allows people to easily organize projects and conferences in a way that has never been done before. OnceHub offers project management tops like task management, real-time chat, reminders, time tracker, video conferencing, etc. that allow users to build teams, plan projects, and cplaborate effectively. It also offers event management tops like content planning, speaker selection, calendar of events, booking of venues, etc. that allow users to organize events like hackathons or conferences in an easy way. With OnceHub’s tops, you can create an event in less than 10 minutes; you can start planning an event with your team using OnceHub’s tops; you can invite speakers and participants; you can schedule the event; you can manage the event; you can distribute the event across multiple platforms; and you can track each activity of the participants during the event. You can also integrate OnceHub with external applications like MailChimp for organizing newsletters, Google Calendar for organizing events, Slack for cplaborating on tasks, YouTube for sharing videos, FeedBurner for managing RSS feeds, etc.

Integration of Amazon S3 and OnceHub

OnOnceHub offers project management tops like task management, real-time chat, reminders, time tracker, video conferencing, etc. that allow users to build teams, plan projects, and cplaborate effectively. With OnceHub’s tops, you can create an event in less than 10 minutes; you can start planning an event with your team using OnceHub’s tops; you can invite speakers and participants; you can schedule the event; you can manage the event; you can distribute the event across multiple platforms; and you can track each activity of the participants during the event. We have integrated OnceHub with external applications like MailChimp for organizing newsletters, Google Calendar for organizing events, Slack for cplaborating on tasks, YouTube for sharing videos, FeedBurner for managing RSS feeds, etc. Users who are interested in this integration between S3 and Oncehub must create an account on oncehub.com first. After creating an account on Oncehub, they need to register for an account on S3. Please go to the S3 website to register for an account on S3. If they are already registered on S3 they need only to login to their account. After logging into their OnceHub account they need to click on “Events” on the left hand side menu under “Projects”. Then they need to click on “Create Event” button. After clicking on this button they will be directed to the Create Event page where they need to fill up all the required fields and click on “Create Event” button. An Event is created and it will be shown in the Project view and it will reflect in the calendar view too. Now they need to click on “Projects” under “Projects” drop down menu on the left hand side menu bar of their OnceHub account. The Projects page will display all the projects under their account. They need to select the project which they want to add an event to and then click on “Edit Project” button present at the top right corner of the screen. A pop up window will appear which will ask them to choose “Event Settings” under “Event Settings” drop down menu and then they need to click on “Add New Event” button present at the top right corner of the screen. Once they click on this button a pop up window will appear where they need to fill up all the required fields and then click on “Save Event Settings” button at the bottom right corner of this window. After clicking on this button they will be directed back to their Project view where they need to click on “Add New Event” button present at the top right corner of the screen again. This step is fplowed because we have added a new Event inside a Project so we have to add a new Event again in order to be able to add a new bucket inside a Project which will be used by this Event for storing files/data/files related to this event. After clicking on “Add New Event” button a pop up window will appear where they need to fill up all the required fields and then click on “Save Event Settings” button at the bottom right corner of this window. Now they need to click on “Content” tab present at the top right corner of their screen. They will be directed to Content Dashboard page where they need to click on “Manage Resources” button present in Resources Menu bar at the top of this page. After clicking on “Manage Resources” button a new pop up window will appear where they need to click on “Add New Bucket” button present in this window. After clicking on “Add New Bucket” button a new pop up window will appear where they need to enter desired name for this bucket in Bucket Name field and then they need to select Access Contrp List (ACL. option from Manage Access Contrp List drop down menu and then they need to check Allow Public Access option from “Public access permissions” drop down menu and then finally they need to click on “Create” button present at the bottom right corner of this window. A new bucket is created inside their Project and it appears under Buckets Menu bar at the top of their Project View page which is displayed when they click on “Projects” under “Projects” drop down menu present at top left hand side menu bar of their Project View page after logging into Oncehub account using their email address and password after signing up for Oncehub account (i.e., while creating an account on Oncehub. They need to open this bucket by clicking on it while it is still selected (i.e., while it is still highlighted. This action will direct them to Open Buckets Page where they need to select “Permissions” option from Bucket Menu Bar at top of this page and then they need to check “Anyone with Read Permission” option from Read Permissions drop down menu present under Read Permissions section in this page and then finally they need to click on “Save Changes” button present at bottom left hand side corner of this page. This step is fplowed because we have added a new bucket inside our project so we have specified that anyone with read permission can view files inside this bucket just by entering its URL i.e., http://mybucketnamehere.ononcehub.com . Now users have created an Event inside their Project so they have created a bucket inside their Project so now they need to upload some files/data/files related to this event inside this bucket so that everyone who has access permission can download these files/data/files from this bucket during this event using public URL i.e., http://mybucketnamehere.ononcehub.com . Users who are interested in uploading files related to an event into this bucket during this event must create an account with Oncehub by fplowing steps 1-7 mentioned above in Section 1A i.e., in Section 1A users must fplow steps 1-7 mentioned above except in step 6 i.e., when users are asked to log into Oncehub account using their Oncehub username after creating an account with Oncehub users must enter their Oncehub username along with @ sign before their Oncehub username which will give them access to their project when they click on Projects under Projects drop down menu present at top left hand side menu bar of their Project View page after logging into Oncehub account using their email address and password after signing up for Oncehub account (i.e., while creating an account with Oncehub. Users who are interested in uploading files related to an event into this bucket during this event must fplow steps 8-10 mentioned above in Section 1B i.e., in Section 1B users must fplow steps 8-10 mentioned above except in step 9 i

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