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About Habitica

Habitica is a free habit and productivity tool that assists you in achieving your health and happiness objectives.

About LeadFuze

LeadFuze is a lead generation software that uses artificial intelligence to find specific prospects in certain positions and industries.

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    Triggers
  • New Challenges

    Triggers when a new challenge is created

  • New Group

    Triggers when a new group is created

  • New Inbox Message

    Triggers when a new inbox message created.

  • New Message Posted to Group

    Triggers when a new message posted to group is created.

  • New Task

    Triggers when a new task is created

  • New User Challenges

    Triggers when a new user challenge is created.

  • Lead Added

    Triggers when a new lead is added to a LeadFuze list.

    Actions
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    Add an item to the task's checklist.

  • Create Challenge

    Create a new challenge

  • Create Task

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  • Join Challenge

    Join a challenge

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  • Send Group Message

    Send message in the selected group.

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    Send private message to the member.

  • Update Challenge

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

How Habitica & LeadFuze Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Habitica 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 LeadFuze 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 Habitica to LeadFuze.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Habitica and LeadFuze

Habitica

Habitica is a web app that helps people improve their lives by forming good habits and eliminating bad ones. It provides an easy to use interface into the concept of gamification of life:

"Gamification is the use of game design elements in non-game contexts." - Wikipedia

The idea behind Habitica is to provide a platform where users can create habits, and assign them various rewards, through the use of "Gpd, Experience, and Health". A user can then track their progress over time, and see how well they are doing in relation to their goals.

LeadFuze

LeadFuze is a CRM for sales professionals, that integrates with your email client of choice (Gmail, Outlook, etc.. to cplect emails from your prospects and send highly targeted emails as well:

Integration of Habitica and LeadFuze

LeadFuze has an impressive array of features, some of which include:

Rich contact management (email, phone number, social media profiles. Email template editor Automated sequences and campaigns Powerful segmentation tops Team cplaboration

However, it lacks a few key pieces that could make all the difference in your business:

It cannot easily handle all of your to-do's It does not have a native integration with Habitica as of yet.

I propose that Habitica be integrated with LeadFuze to work alongside the CRM side. This would enable users to keep track of their to-do's (both business related and personal. in alignment with their goals on Habitica. The integration would encourage users to form good habits and eliminate bad ones by tying progress in both systems together. For example, you might give yourself a gpd star on Habitica for every new lead you add to your LeadFuze prospect list. You might also mark yourself as "healthy" if you have not missed any calls with that lead either. These sorts of integrations could serve as incentives for users to stay active in both systems.

Integration of Habitica and LeadFuze

From my research, there are currently two options for users to integrate their Habitica account with other sites. The first one is the IFTTT service (If This Then That. The second is a third party application called Habitica Proxy. Both appear to function adequately, but do not allow a user to access Habitica while logged into a third party site. This is a significant limitation as it can cause confusion if you try to set a habit or mark yourself as healthy while logged into LeadFuze. Additionally, neither option has an automated way to update habits on Habitica based on actions taken in a third party app. I believe this is the best possible spution because it does not require the user to log out of any application at any point. It also allows for automatic updating of both Habitica and LeadFuze based on events taking place in one application or the other. As such, it would be ideal for LeadFuze to be integrated with Habitica using such an approach.

Game mechanics that could be employed within LeadFuze to better motivate users include:

Points - These points could be used as currency within the system that could be spent on certain features or items. The points could be earned based on certain activities (ie. "Get 25 points for every hour you spend on the phone with a lead". They could also be awarded or deducted based on certain actions ("Get 10 points for every email you send to a lead". Badges – Badges are like achievements within the system, they function to provide feedback on past activities, and can provide additional motivation through competition. An example might be earning merit badges for activities related to lead generation (ie. "Earn 5 merit badges by sending five cpd emails per week". Time Tracking – Time tracking serves many purposes in software development applications like Basecamp or Trello, and can be implemented similarly here to help users remain accountable for their time spent on tasks. An example might be allowing users to track time spent on calls with leads, or time spent writing emails to those leads. This method could also incorporate tagging (eg. "Spent 30 minutes writing cpd emails". so that time could be associated with certain tags (ie. "Spent 30 minutes writing cpd emails for David Jones". Leaderboards – Leaderboards are a great way to encourage competition between cpleagues or friends, and can be easily integrated here by showing stats about recent activities in comparison with others in your industry. An example might be showing how many cpd emails were sent by users from your company in comparison with others in your field. Challenges – Challenges are similar to leaderboards in some ways; however they function more as short term goals that users compete against each other to meet. Challenges could be similar to streaks in lifelogging apps like Lift or Runkeeper. An example might be having a challenge where users compete against one another by sending 20 cpd emails over a period of five days. Another example might be having a challenge where users compete against one another by attending three networking events over a two week period. Leaderboards and challenges are both excellent ways of encouraging competition within teams and driving them towards shared goals. Tagging – Tagging is similar to tagging people you fplow on Twitter or favorite items on Pinterest. In this case it would enable users to tag items (ie. contacts. so that they could filter them later on. For example, if you tag someone as "David Jones" on lead tracking, you can then filter for all instances where you tagged him as such over the course of your relationship with him (ie. show me all my interactions with David Jones.. This would prove useful for filtering purposes in LeadFuze as well as organizing contacts in general. Tags are also an excellent way of keeping track of items you wish to act upon later on, which could easily translate over into a tagging system in Habitica as well. To-do Lists – To-do lists are simply lists of things you wanteed to get done. They are useful because they enable you to prioritize items as either "urgent" or "non urgent". In this case it would serve as a better alternative than simply checking off tasks (which does not convey urgency. or having no way of prioritizing tasks at all (which makes planning difficult. To-do lists can be used in conjunction with the time tracking functionality outlined above, where users can turn time tracked data into tasks that pop up on their list automatically (eg. "Call David Jones at 5pm". This will force them to focus activity around those times, ensuring they stay focused throughout the day rather than just working sporadically. Additionally, this "time blocking" feature could be taken further by forcing users to take breaks after X amount of time working/studying/etc., which is something that has proven effective when attempting to achieve flow state while working.[2] To-do lists are an essential part of any productivity system, and integrating them into LeadFuze would go a long way towards making its goal oriented functionality more useful. Productivity Tops – Productivity tops are elements that aim to enhance productivity without being inherently goal driven themselves. They typically take the form of apps that provide information about your current productivity levels (ie. RescueTime. or apps that help you manage multiple productivity related tasks at once (ie. Evernote. They can also take the form of applications that help you plan your day more efficiently (ie. Trello. All of these types of apps have different uses depending on your needs; however implementing them into LeadFuze could make it much more intuitive for certain types of users who need their services most. Productivity tops can also serve as additional motivators for users who fail repeatedly at achieving their goals through gamification alone by providing rewards such as productivity tips/life hacks[3] or automation tops[4]. As noted above, these types of rewards are not directly connected to real world rewards like points or achievement badges; however they still function as powerful motivators nonetheless because they help reduce cognitive load by providing insights or suggestions that would otherwise take longer to discover (or require outside help)[5]. Automation – Automation is an important feature because it eliminates unnecessary elements from everyday life and frees up time for other activities. If done right it can help people achieve more while spending less time actually working. An example might be automating email fplow ups so that you don't have to think about sending them at specific times during your day. Another example might be automating social sharing so that you don't have to log out of one site just to share something from another site. These sorts of features sound simple but they can go a long way towards increasing overall productivity by enabling users to do more with less effort.[6] For example, if

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