Customerly is a customer lifecycle management solution for client-facing organizations that helps them manage customer relationships, give assistance, collect feedback, and automate operations like email marketing and request routing.
MySQL is currently the most popular database management system software used for managing the relational database.
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Triggers when a new lead is created.
Triggers when a new user is created.
Triggered when you add a new row.
Triggered when new rows are returned from a custom query that you provide. Advanced Users Only
Triggered when you add a new table.
Attach a tag to an existing user or lead.
Creates or updates a lead.
Creates or updates a new user.
Adds a new row.
Delete a row.
Updates an existing row.
Customerly is an online customer management software that can help you to cplect and manage all your customers’ data. It provides a dashboard for customers, so that you can assign different privileges to different users. You can also setup different rpes and pages for different customers.
MySQL is a popular, open source relational database management system (RDBMS. It is a multi-user, multi-threaded SQL server that supports both small and large enterprise class applications. MySQL is the world's second most widely used relational database management system.
In this part, I will tell you how to integrate Customerly and MySQL. Firstly, you need to login to your account on Customerly and then go to your dashboard. After that, click the “Integrations” option on the left menu. A new page will pop up. Choose MySQL from the list and hit “Connect” button. Now, the connection between the two will be established. Then, you will see a new section named “MySQL” on your dashboard with 3 tabs named “General”, “Connection”, and “Table”. Click the “General” tab to have a look at what it will show you:
Here, you can create a MySQL username and password for accessing the database:
Then, click the “Connection” tab to configure the connection between the two:
You can see that there are 4 fields in this page. Hostname, Port, Database Name, and Table Prefix. You need to fill these fields appropriately. The Hostname field shows which computer hosts the MySQL database; the Port field shows which port you use to connect with this computer; the Database Name field shows which name you give to your database; the Table Prefix field shows which prefix you add before each table name. Fill these fields in your own way and click “Save” button when done. Next, click the “Table” tab to add tables in your database:
Here, there are 5 fields. Table Name, Description, Username, Password, and Table Type. Fill these fields in your own way and click “Create” button when done. Finally, you will have successfully integrated Customerly and MySQL. Now, you can add MySQL tables into Customerly Dashboard in your own way. How do you do it? Here comes my tutorial video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F41PDC5mZXg
There are many benefits of integrating Customerly and MySQL together. Firstly, it helps you to get more customers' information into Customerly Dashboard; secondly, it helps you to better organize your customers' data; thirdly, it helps you to create reports based on MySQL tables； finally, it helps you store customer data safely.
In conclusion, we have learned how to integrate Customerly and MySQL together using an example in this article. The integration will make it much easier for us to manage our customers' data in an efficient way!
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