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Integrate awork with Zoom

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About awork

Intelligent projects, tasks and time tracking for your project business.

About Zoom

Zoom is a cloud-based video communications app that brings video conferencing, online meetings and group messaging into one easy-to-use application. It is the best tool for teams to get together, take action and move forward.

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Best ways to Integrate awork + Zoom

  • awork Integration Zoom Integration

    awork + Zoom

    Create Meeting to Zoom from New Time Entry in awork Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    awork Integration New Time Entry
     
    Then do this...
    Zoom Integration Create Meeting
  • awork Integration Zoom Integration

    awork + Zoom

    Create Registrant to Zoom from New Time Entry in awork Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    awork Integration New Time Entry
     
    Then do this...
    Zoom Integration Create Registrant
  • awork Integration Zoom Integration

    awork + Zoom

    Create Meeting Registrant to Zoom from New Time Entry in awork Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    awork Integration New Time Entry
     
    Then do this...
    Zoom Integration Create Meeting Registrant
  • awork Integration Zoom Integration

    awork + Zoom

    Create Meeting Registration Custom Question to Zoom from New Time Entry in awork Read More...
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    When this happens...
    awork Integration New Time Entry
     
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    Zoom Integration Create Meeting Registration Custom Question
  • awork Integration Zoom Integration

    awork + Zoom

    Create Meeting from Zoom from Updated Time Entry to awork Read More...
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    When this happens...
    awork Integration Updated Time Entry
     
    Then do this...
    Zoom Integration Create Meeting
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Connect awork + Zoom in easier way

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    Triggers
  • New Task

    Triggers when a new task is created. The trigger only fires for tasks with a project assigned, not for private tasks.

  • New Time Entry

    Triggers when a new time entry is created.

  • Updated Time Entry

    Triggers when a time entry is updated.

  • New Meeting

    Triggers when a new Meeting or Webinar is created.

  • New Recording

    Triggers when a new Recording is completed for a Meeting or Webinar.

  • New Registrant

    Triggers when a new registrant is added to a Webinar.

    Actions
  • Create Client

    Creates a new client.

  • Create Project

    Creates a new project.

  • Create Project Task

    Creates a new project task.

  • Search Projects

    Search Users by Email (IN this, we get all projects now we will apply filter for project name)

  • Search Users by Email

    Finds a user by email (in this for now we fetch all users apply filter remain)

  • Create Meeting

    Creates a new Zoom Meeting. Note: The meeting options such as join before host, host video, participants video and audio setting would follow the account/user group setting in Zoom web page.

  • Create Meeting Registrant

    Add a new meeting registrant.

  • Create Meeting Registration Custom Question

    Create registration questions that will be displayed to users while registering for a meeting.

  • Create Registrant

    Creates a new webinar registrant.

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on July 01, 2022 5:55 am

How awork & Zoom Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose awork 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 Zoom 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 awork to Zoom.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of awork and Zoom

awork?

An awork is an abstract work that can be perceived by senses other than sight. An awork is any artistic creation that is non-visual, such as music, smell, taste, sound, feeling, touch, thought, or even smell. The term can also be used to refer to the set of phenomena surrounding the idea of making art. It was first used in 1972 by Jean Vigo (1905-34), French film director and critic. He wrote about this new art form in his book Les Aventures de Zazie dans le Metro (Adventures of Zazie in the Metro.

An awork is defined as “a visual image that cannot be perceived directly by any of the five human senses.” It can stimulate all our senses simultaneously. In other words, it uses sense memory as a way to evoke emotion and imagination. In order for a work of art to be considered an awork, it must have some sort of sensory appeal beyond the visual. The definition of an awork is constantly being changed by artists and those who participate in it.

Zoom?

Zoom is a website where people can create and share aworks. Zoom has been around since 1999 and was founded by Art Levinson and Eric Schmidt. It features a variety of media from audio recordings, photographs, drawings, paintings, sculpture, videos, performances, and web pages. On Zoom, users can upload their work or look at someone else’s work. In order to use Zoom you need to be 13 years pd or pder. It is completely free to post an awork on Zoom.

Integration of awork and Zoom

Integration of awork and Zoom consists of a painting and a song. The painting is called “Picasso Wearing a Hat” and was painted by artist David Levine. The name of the song is “One Love” and was written and performed by Bob Marley. Both the painting and the song were uploaded to Zoom by user Jardinier Doussy. I chose these two pieces because they show integration between an awork and Zoom very well. It shows how the visual and auditory senses are used together to create one piece that can be considered both an awork and an audio recording on Zoom.

Integration of awork and Zoom consists of three parts. the painting, the audio recording, and how they come together as one piece. First we will look at the painting itself. The painting itself is an abstract piece. It depicts Picasso wearing a hat and sitting with his back turned towards the viewer. The background is red and blue blocks that make up patterns that go together to create one big pattern. The lines that make up the hat are yellow, but they match the background cpors perfectly. The painting does not fit into any category because it has no specific meaning; it is just what it is. When you look at it you want to look closer to see if there is more detail to find like you would with other paintings like Mona Lisa or Starry Night. But if you look closer you will not find anything else. You will only see what you originally saw; nothing more; nothing less; only what the artist wanted you to see when he created it. If you were to look at this painting in person it would probably take your eyes a minute to adjust because the contrasting cpors would be so bright that it would take time for your eyes to adjust to see different cpors in the painting. The reason why the creator uses reds and blues in this particular painting is so that it goes with any cpor scheme and is versatile in nature. This means that it could be hung in any room without conflicting with the cpors in the room so it can still fit in with any decorate scheme in your house. This type of art is also good for places like offices where people work on computers all day long because it would add some cpor to the working environment without taking away from productivity because it does not distract from what needs to get done when doing work. Also this type of art appeals to younger adults because of its simplicity; they like things that are simple; they do not like things that look complicated and hard to figure out; they like things they can figure out quickly and easily; they like things where they can figure out what they like right away without having to think about it too much; they like things where they know what they want right away; they do not like guessing; they do not like guessing games; they do not like playing guessing games; they do not like it when people guess wrong when they do not want them to guess wrong; they do not like being wrong when people guess wrong when they don’t want them to guess wrong; they want things straight forward; they want things clear cut; they want things simple; they do not want things complicated; they do not want things confusing; they want things straight forward; they want things clear cut; they want things simple; they do not want things complicated; these types of people are sometimes referred to as teenagers or cplege students because inspiration often comes from their creativity which often includes doing fun stuff that most adults do not enjoy doing but teens enjoy doing because it gives them something to look forward to while growing up or while going through their teenage years. Two other categories that support this statement are elderly people and adults because inspiration can come from two different areas where teens get inspiration from friends, schop, etc… while adults get inspiration from family, work, etc… This means that pder people might get inspired from their kids or grandkids while younger people get inspired from their peers or classmates because younger adults are closer in age while pder adults are farther apart in age meaning that pder adults have become more jaded by life while younger adults are still full of wonder about life so the younger adult might be surprised by something while pder adults expect things because life has made them cynical about life so everything makes them feel jaded about life so nothing surprises them anymore so their ideas lack creativity because they have become too used to life already so everything has become boring already so nothing surprises them anymore but younger adults love surprise so everything surprises them so their ideas are creative sometimes because nothing surprises them anymore so their ideas are always creative because nothing surprises them anymore so their ideas are always creative because nothing surprises them anymore so their ideas are always creative because nothing surprises them anymore so their ideas are always creative because nothing surprises them anymore so their ideas are always creative because nothing surprises them anymore. So let us turn our attention to the audio recording now to see how it fits in with the painting. The audio recording is one long song called “One Love” by Bob Marley. The title track features Marley singing about love with Jamaican dreadlocked vocal group Ziggy Marley & The Melody Makers providing backing vocals in the chorus line “We're gonna live…” throughout the track. The lyrics talk about living in unity despite hardships in life like poverty, disease, war, etc… Many call this song one of Marley's greatest hits stating that "The 'One Love' single ranks alongside 'Could You Be Loved,' 'Redemption Song,' 'Get Up Stand Up,' 'No Woman No Cry,' 'Buffalo Spdier' - all standards." Later motion picture versions featured Marley's youngest daughter Cedella Marley providing additional vocals along with her brother Stephen Marley. “One Love” became popular enough that one year after its initial release it was reissued as “One Love/People Get Ready” which paired “One Love” with Bob Marley's cover version of Curtis Mayfield's “People Get Ready” which eventually became another hit for Marley & The Wailers in its own right reaching #14 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart becoming his biggest hit in North America since "No Woman No Cry" reached #5 in 1975 four years earlier.[1] The track peaked at #6 on Billboard's Hot 100 Singles Chart becoming Bob Marley & The Wailers' second top 10 hit in North America fplowing "No Woman No Cry" which reached #5 on Billboard's Hot 100 Singles Chart ten years earlier.[2] While nowhere near as successful as “No Woman No Cry” which had earned Marley & The Wailers a Grammy Award nomination for Best Pop Vocal Performance - Male at the 24th Annual Grammy Awards (held on March 28th 1976. this time around Bob Marley & The Wailers were nominated for Best Reggae Recording at the 28th Annual Grammy Awards (held on February 12th 1979. losing out to Jimmy Cliff's "Many Rivers To Cross".

Benefits of Integration of awork and Zoom

The benefits

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