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Device Magic + Microsoft Outlook Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Device Magic and Microsoft Outlook

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About Device Magic

Device Magic is a professional mobile app and web app that allows your teams to complete forms and collect data anywhere, anytime. It helps organizations make seamless digital transformations to eliminate paperwork, improve data collection processes, and increase operational efficiency.

About Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is a web-based suite of webmail that helps you to connect all of your messages, contacts, tasks, and appointments in one convenient place.

Microsoft Outlook Integrations
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Best ways to Integrate Device Magic + Microsoft Outlook

  • Device Magic Microsoft Outlook

    Device Magic + Microsoft Outlook

    Create Contact to Microsoft Outlook from New Submission in DeviceMagic Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Device Magic New Submission
     
    Then do this...
    Microsoft Outlook Create Contact
  • Device Magic Microsoft Outlook

    Device Magic + Microsoft Outlook

    Send Email in Microsoft Outlook when New Submission is created in DeviceMagic Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Device Magic New Submission
     
    Then do this...
    Microsoft Outlook Send Email
  • Device Magic Microsoft Outlook

    Device Magic + Microsoft Outlook

    Create Event to Microsoft Outlook from New Submission in DeviceMagic Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Device Magic New Submission
     
    Then do this...
    Microsoft Outlook Create Event
  • Device Magic Microsoft Outlook

    Device Magic + Microsoft Outlook

    Delete Event in Microsoft Outlook when New Submission is created in DeviceMagic Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Device Magic New Submission
     
    Then do this...
    Microsoft Outlook Delete Event
  • Device Magic Device Magic

    Microsoft Outlook + Device Magic

    Dispatch Form in DeviceMagic when New Contact is created in Microsoft Outlook Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Device Magic New Contact
     
    Then do this...
    Device Magic Dispatch Form
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Connect Device Magic + Microsoft Outlook in easier way

It's easy to connect Device Magic + Microsoft Outlook without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Submission

    Triggers when your form receives a new submission.

  • Calendar Event Start

    Triggers at a specified time before an event in your calendar starts.

  • New Calendar Event

    Triggers when an event is added to you selected calendar.

  • New Contact

    Triggers every time a new contact is added.

  • New Email

    Triggers whenever a new email is received.

  • Updated Calendar Event

    Triggers every time an event is updated.

    Actions
  • Dispatch Form

    Dispatches a Form to a target Device. This is only available to trial and enterprise organizations.

  • Create Contact

    Create a new contact to your Office 365 account.

  • Create Event

    Create an event directly on your designated calendar.

  • Delete Event

    Deletes events.

  • Send Email

    Send an email from your Outlook account.

How Device Magic & Microsoft Outlook Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Device Magic 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 Microsoft Outlook 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 Device Magic to Microsoft Outlook.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Device Magic and Microsoft Outlook

  • Introduction:
  • Device Magic?
  • Microsoft Outlook?
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  • Integration of Device Magic and Microsoft Outlook
  • Benefits of Integration of Device Magic and Microsoft Outlook
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    :

    When to use Device Magic.

    When not to use Device Magic.

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  • References
  • Bibliography

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    Handout

    The handout is the most commonly used type of presentation format. You simply read the paper into a tape recorder or computer, then play it back while you point out various parts on the visual aid. Your visual aid can be any number of things. For example, you could use a transparency, overhead projector, blackboard, or flip chart.

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    Audience Participation

    With this type of presentation, you will need to have the audience fill out some sort of handout or fplow along with you as you go through the presentation. This is a good way to get the audience invpved in the presentation process. For example, after reading an argumentative article about cell phones, you might ask the audience to respond to certain questions on a handout designed to test their knowledge of the topic.

    Demonstration

    With this type of presentation, you will need to have some visual aids available. The visual aids can be anything from flash cards to PowerPoint presentations. If you are using PowerPoint, be sure that they contain nothing that would distract from your presentation. You may want to go over the slides before presenting them to make sure they are appropriate for the audience you are talking to.

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    • Failure to indent paragraphs properly in MLA style
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    • Use of double spaces between sentences instead of one space
    • Failure to capitalize headings correctly in APA style
    • Failure to use a period at the end of a sentence in a bulleted list in APA style
    • Failure to italicize titles of books, articles, and movies in MLA style
    • Failure to put quotation marks around words used as direct quotes in MLA style
    • Failure to capitalize the first letter of the first word after a cpon in MLA style
    • Failure to fplow APA style guidelines for numbered lists

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    • Failure to describe charts and tables in sufficient detail
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    • Failure to properly alphabetize entries on a reference page
    • Failure to include all references on a reference page
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    • Failure to write a good introduction using MLA style guidelines
    • Failure to write a good conclusion using MLA style guidelines
    • Failure to fplow APA style guidelines for block quotations from books, articles, and other sources
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    • Failure to include a title and author on block quotations from books, articles, and other sources in MLA style
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    • Failure to write complete sentences when listing items in an MLA-style works cited list; instead, people often use fragments or run-ons when creating their works cited lists
    • Failure to fplow APA format when writing works cited lists; instead, people often create their own formats when making their works cited lists which can result in mistakes such as including personal communications when citing sources in APA format; when citing sources in APA format, people should only cite published materials such as books, articles, newspapers, magazines, movie scripts, etc., not personal communications such as letters or e-mails written by someone else or telephone conversations with someone else who does not wish his name used as a source in the citation
    • Failure to fplow APA format when citing sources in text; instead people often create their own formats which can result in mistakes such as using ibid (ibid. instead of ibid or using et al (et al. instead of et alii (et alii. when referring to multiple authors who have written something but whose names are not presented together in text; ibid means ibidem which means "in the same place" while ibid means "the same one"; et al means et alia which means "and others" while et alii means "and others" but does not mean "and others" but rather "and other similar persons"; ibid and et al should never be used when citing more than two authors who have written something because both ibid and et al automatically assume there are only two authors listed; instead if there are three or more authors listed who wrote something, then ibid should be replaced by e.g (e.g.. which means "for example" while et alii should be replaced by e.g (e.g.. which means "and others" but does not mean "and others" but rather "and other similar persons" but since neither ibid nor et alii mean "for example" or "and others" but rather "and other similar persons," then both ibid and et alii should never be used when citing more than two authors who have written something; moreover, if there are three or more authors listed who wrote something but their names are not presented together in text, then ibid should be replaced by e.g (e.g.. which means "for example" while et alii should be replaced by e.g (e.g.. which means "and others" but does not mean "and others" but rather "and other similar persons" but since neither ibid nor et alii mean "for example" or "and others" but rather "and other similar persons," then both ibid and et alii should never be used when citing more than two authors who have written something; however, if the three or more authors' names are presented together in text like when indicating when saying "for example," then one would simply say for example (for example), (e.g.), (e.g.), etc.; thus, if there are three or more authors listed who wrote something but their names are not presented together in text, then et alii should be replaced by e.g (e.g.. which means "for example" while e.g would mean "for example" as well as "and others"; thus instead of saying et alii for a source with three or more authors who have written something but whose names are not presented together in text, then one would simply say e.g (e.g.. which would mean "for example" as well as "and others"; furthermore, if there are three or more authors listed who wrote something but the names are presented together as part of a quote from those authors' work(s), then one would simply cite those three or more author's names as part of the quote from those authors' work(s. as fplows. "(author1 et al., year)"; thus, if there

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