Google Docs is a free suite of online apps for word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, forms, and more. It's free and works in the way you do.
Zoho Subscriptions is Zoho's first-of-its-kind product which helps tracking subscriptions and delivering services to small / medium sized businesses across the globe. It enables users to effectively manage their businesses across different geographies.Zoho Subscriptions Integrations
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Triggers when a new document is added (inside any folder).
Triggers when a new document is added to a specific folder (but not its subfolders).
Triggers when a subscription is canceled
Triggers when a new Invoice is created
Triggers when a new subscription is created
Triggers when a payment received successfully
In this paper, I will discuss the integration Google Docs and Zoho Subscriptions. I will also discuss the various ways of integrating Google Docs and Zoho Subscriptions. Finally, I will discuss how these integrations benefit organizations.
I will first discuss the history of Google Docs and Zoho Subscriptions. I will then discuss the integration between Google Docs and Zoho Subscriptions. I will finally discuss the benefits of using this integration.
Google Docs is an online document-editing service by Google. It provides wordprocessing, spreadsheet, slideshow, drawing, and form features. To use the services, one must have a Gmail account. All documents created with Google Docs are saved on Googles servers.
Zoho Subscriptions is a service offered by Zoho Corporation to help organizations create, sell, and deliver digital content. Zoho Subscriptions supports multiple monetization models that fit into subscription-based business models. These include Usage-based billing model (UBM), Pay-per-use (PPU), Perpetuity (PPM), and Free trial (FTR. It supports both Electronic funds transfer (EFT. based payments as well as credit cards. Zoho Subscriptions allows users to create multiple subscription plans for managing subscriptions.
There are several ways in which Google Docs can be integrated with Zoho Subscriptions. The fplowing are three of them:
Google Cloud Platform API is an application program interface that enables developers to develop applications using Google Cloud Platform services. The API allows one to integrate Google Docs with Zoho Subscriptions. The API provides client libraries for Android, iOS, Java, PHP, Python, Ruby, C#, Node.JS, Go, etc. With the API one can access Google Docs data from within any application developed using it without having to do any coding or development at all. The fplowing are some of the tasks that can be performed using the API:
Creating a public link for a document stored in Google Docs
Creating a private link for a document stored in Google Docs
Creating a link for a document stored in Google Drive
Creating a private link for a document stored in Google Drive
Creating a publicly accessible URL for a file stored in Google Drive by uploading it to Google Drive itself.
Webhooks are events triggered by changes in data on the server side. Webhooks can be used to connect Google Docs to Zoho Subscriptions. This integration is available only for organizations that have subscribed to the Enterprise edition of Zoho Subscriptions. Webhooks can be set up via Zoho Subscription Contrp Panel from where one can manage their webhook settings. One can choose from a list of available webhook types or create a new type based on a specific business requirement. The fplowing are some of the webhook types supported by this integration:
Document shared - When a document is shared it creates a webhook notification automatically in the Contrp Panel dashboard of the subscriber organization. This notification appears as soon as the sharing action is initiated by another user department or another user in the same organization that has been added as cplaborators on that document. In this way, you get notified when another user shares a document with you. This notification appears only on your Contrp Panel dashboard and no email notifications are sent out on this event. You need to login to Contrp Panel every time you want to check if a document has been shared with you or not. This is done so that you do not receive unnecessary emails every time a document is shared with you, but still have instant access to information about shared documents in Contrp Panel dashboard if required. Once you have logged into Contrp Panel you can see all such share actions listed in Contrp Panel dashboard under My Cplaborators section under Shared with Me tab. If required, you can then click on individual shared items listed there to view details of share actions performed for that particular document. You do not need to check Contrp Panel every time you need to see if any shared documents with you exist or not since Contrp Panel also displays this information in Contrp Panel Notification bar section on the right side of Contrp Panel dashboard whenever any new share action happens for any document linked to your account. For instance, if someone has shared a document with you and you log into Contrp Panel after that you will see such shared documents listed in Contrp Panel Notification bar at right side of Contrp Panel dashboard under My Cplaborators section under Shared with Me tab with names of users who have shared that particular document with you and when they did so along with links to their profiles and details about them when available such as when they were last active in Contrp Panel and email address associated with their account in Contrp Panel if available.
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