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Triggers whenever a new attachment is received (trigger is initiated once per attachment).
Triggers when a new e-mail appears in the specified mailbox.
Triggers when you receive a new email that matches a search string you provide.
Triggers when you receive a new email in a label.
Triggers everytime you receive a new email and Starmark it within two days.
Triggers every time a new thread starts.
Triggers when a new contact is added.
Triggers instantaneously when any entry is created in the specified module.
Triggers when a new contact is added or modified in Zoho.
Draft a new email message(but don't send).
Creates a new label.
Draft a new email message & send it.
Add attachment to the selected Module entry.
Creates a new entry in a module
Adds a new contact. (Note: you can use this Connect to update an existing one too.)
Adds a new lead in Zoho CRM. (Note: this Connect can be used to update an existing one too.)
Consider a situation in which you have to write an article about Gmail and Zoho CRM. The first thing that comes to your mind is to write about them and then connect them together. This will be the most common way of writing an article for most of the people. But this approach will not fetch you good grades because it does not fplow any structure. You need to create an outline for an article before starting out with your article. An outline will help you to create a well-structured article. It will also help you to maintain the flow of your article. Now, let’s have a look at the steps that can be fplowed while creating an outline for an article:
Read the Question Carefully
In some cases, the question may be very long and need to be read very carefully. If you do not understand the question in its entirety, you cannot write an effective article. Whenever you face such kind of questions, you should read them twice or thrice so as to understand their meaning clearly. Once you are sure that you understand the question properly, you can move on with the next step of creating an outline for an article.
Understand Key Terms Used in the Question
If there are key terms used in the question, you should understand their meanings as well. If they are not clear to you, you should make efforts to get a clear definition of each term used in the question. This way, you can easily understand the topic of your article. If you are facing difficulties in defining a particular term, don’t hesitate in seeking help from your teacher. After all, he/she is there to guide you through different stages of your education.
Create an Outline
Now that you have understood the question and defined the key terms used in the question, you need to create an outline for an article. An outline will help you to organize your ideas logically and quickly. In case you do not know how to create an outline for an article, here is a simple guideline for creating an outline for an article:
Start with the Main Idea
The main idea should be placed at the top of the outline. The main idea is usually stated in the beginning paragraph of an article and repeats again at the end of the same paragraph. There should be a strong connection between these two points. Make sure that your main idea is specific so that it becomes easier for your readers to understand it.
Create Subtopics Under Main Topics
You can further divide each main topic into subtopics. These subtopics will act as headings under each main topic. An outline may look something like this. Title Topic 1 Subtopic 1 Topic 2 Subtopic 1 Subtopic 2 Topic 3 Subtopic 1 Subtopic 2 Subtopic 3 Topic 4 Subtopic 1 Subtopic 2
This is how a simple outline looks like. You can add more subtopics if necessary. Just make sure that each subtopic has a single idea. Also, make sure that each subtopic is connected to its parent topic with a strong relation. If it isn’t connected with its parent topic, it will lead to unnecessary confusion so make sure that each concept is connected perfectly with its parent topic.
Connect Each Subtopic with Other Topics
Once you have created an outline for your article, you need to arrange each subtopic in such a way that all of them are connected together in a logical way. For example, let’s say we have two main topics (Topic 1 and Topic 2. and one subtopic for each topic (Subtopic 1 for Topic 1 and Subtopic 2 for Topic 2. We can arrange them in such a way that they start with Topic 1 and then move on to Subtopic 1 and continue on to Topic 2 where we see Subtopic 2 fplowed by Subtopic 1 and finally, we return back to Topic 1 where we see Subtopic 2. In this way, both topics are having their own subtopics arranged logically without overlapping with each other, making it easy for readers to understand them without getting confused. Let’s take a look at a sample diagrammatic representation of such arrangement:
Now that we have seen how we can arrange our topics and subtopics in our outline, it is time for us to move on with writing our article based on our outline. We suggest you go through our How to Write an Essay article so that you know how to write a perfect article. It will give you a clear understanding about how you can format your article and make it look attractive.
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