Harvest + Basin Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Harvest and Basin

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About Harvest

Harvest is a cloud-based time tracking tool designed for businesses of all sizes. The solution provides timesheet and invoicing features for small businesses and freelancers. Key features include time and expense management, team management, project management, scheduling and invoicing.

About Basin

Basin is a basic form backend that lets you collect data from submissions without writing a single line of code.

Basin Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Harvest + Basin

  • Harvest Harvest

    Basin + Harvest

    Creates Timesheet Entry to Harvest from New Submission in Basin Read More...
    When this happens...
    Harvest New Submission
    Then do this...
    Harvest Creates Timesheet Entry
  • Harvest Asana

    Harvest + Asana

    Create projects in Asana from new Harvest projects
    When this happens...
    Harvest New Project
    Then do this...
    Asana Create Project
    Asana is a great tool to be used as a project management tool. Now it is really easy for you to convert your Harvest data into Asana projects. . Once you've set up this Harvest-Asana integration, Appy Pie Connect will watch your Harvest account and whenever a new project is added to Harvest, it will be automatically added to Asana. This integration will keep your project management apps in sync without any coding.
    How Does It Work
    • A project is created in Harvest
    • Appy Pie Connect adds a project in Asana
    What You Need
    • Harvest account
    • Asana account
  • Harvest Google Sheets

    Harvest + Google Sheets

    Create a row in Google Sheets spreadsheet for new Harvest time entry Read More...
    When this happens...
    Harvest New Timesheet Entry
    Then do this...
    Google Sheets Create Spreadsheet Row
    Use Appy Pie Connect to start automatically uploading new time entries to a Google Sheets spreadsheet if you'd like your Harvest time entries to be sent somewhere else for further analysis or reporting. New time entries from that point on are inserted as new rows in a spreadsheet when you set up this Harvest-Google Sheets link.
    How It Works
    • A project is created in Harvest
    • Appy Pie Connect adds a new row in a Google Sheets spreadsheet
    What You Need
    • Harvest account
    • Google Sheets account
  • Harvest MailChimp

    Harvest + MailChimp

    Automatically adds contacts to MailChimp list when they are created in Harvest Read More...
    When this happens...
    Harvest New Contact
    Then do this...
    MailChimp Add/Update Subscriber
    This Connect Flow can be used to build your MailChimp lists automatically by adding anyone who creates a new contact in Harvest. Once you connect your Harvest and MailChimp accounts, all new contacts created in Harvest will be added to your MailChimp list automatically. No more copy and pasting. The benefit of this integration is the easy link to manage leads in your Mailchimp account directly from Harvest.
    How It Works
    • A project is created in Harvest
    • Appy Pie Connect adds or updates subscribers in Mailchimp
    What You Need
    • Harvest account
    • Mailchimp account
  • Harvest Gmail

    Harvest + Gmail

    Create Draft to Gmail from New User Assignment in Harvest Read More...
    When this happens...
    Harvest New User Assignment
    Then do this...
    Gmail Create Draft
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Connect Harvest + Basin in easier way

It's easy to connect Harvest + Basin without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

  • New Client

    Triggers when you add a new client.

  • New Contact

    Triggers when you add a new contact.

  • New Invoice

    Triggers when you add a new invoice (with line item support).

  • New Invoice

    Triggers when you add a new invoice.

  • New Person

    Triggers when you add a new person.

  • New Project

    Triggers when you add a new project.

  • New Task

    Triggers when you add a new task.

  • New Timesheet Entry

    Triggers when a new timesheet entry is created for today.

  • New User Assignment

    Triggers when a person is assigned to a project.

  • New Submission

    Triggers when a user submits to your form.

  • Creates Timesheet Entry

    Creates a new timesheet entry for the current day.

How Harvest & Basin Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Harvest 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 Basin 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 Harvest to Basin.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Harvest and Basin

One of the key points of President Bush’s presidency was his goal of integrating the efforts of the United States intelligence community. Two organizations which were impacted by this goal were the CIA and the FBI. The CIA was created in 1947 for the purpose of gathering information on national security. In 1976, FBI Director William Webster “created an intelligence division in the bureau to analyze crime and terrorism.” (Harmon, 2005. Both agencies had very different aims and the methods they used to obtain information were also very different. The CIA was more invpved in covert activities and relied on confidential informants and secret overseas sources. The FBI, on the other hand, relied on direct questioning of people who were thought to have information useful to their case.

When former CIA Director George Tenet decided he wanted to improve the relationship between the two agencies, he placed a man from each agency in charge of integrating their intelligence programs. John Gordon, who had experience as an FBI agent prior to working with the CIA, was put in charge of planning the integration of the two agencies and helping them interact smoothly. He was given a year to accomplish his task. This article is about his experiences of being placed in this position and some of the lessons he learned during his year at the CIA.

John Gordon’s main goal when beginning this task was to make sure that there was not a rivalry between the two agencies and that they would be able to work together smoothly. He started off by going to see a friend whom he called “the one person I knew who could help me get a handle on what was really happening with this merger.” (Harmon, 2005. His friend was his pd boss at the FBI, who had been assigned to create an intelligence division while working under Webster. His friend gave Gordon five lessons which should be kept in mind while working with this merger.

  • Balance resources with needs. Gordon’s pd boss said that “the problem with the way we did business was that we spent too much time counting beans and not enough time figuring out where to put them.” (Harmon, 2005. In other words, it is better to spend money on a good intelligence operation than to spend it on expensive technpogy.
  • Break down bureaucratic barriers. His pd boss said that “the biggest problem at the bureau was that we were too hidebound by institutional structures and processes.” (Harmon, 2005. Bureaucratic structures often get in the way of successful operations because they slow things down and make it difficult to take action quickly.
  • Combine mission and management. “There are people who can do either one or the other well; very few can do both.” (Harmon, 2005. It is important that management has a clear understanding of an organization’s mission but that leadership does not become so bogged down in management that it has trouble taking advantage of opportunities to get things done.
  • Allow flexibility in operations. “You want people who can move from one mission to another without asking permission.” (Harmon, 2005. If individuals are allowed to execute their missions without too many restrictions imposed on them by headquarters, it will allow them to act quickly and without being hindered by unnecessary paperwork.
  • Make intelligence analysis an integral part of operations. “Too often the rpe of analysts was limited to providing intelligence support for specific operations.” (Harmon, 2005. It is important for analysts to communicate directly with field agents and make their findings available to everyone on a daily basis. This will help everyone stay informed about what is happening and allow them to act quickly in case something unexpected occurs.

Once Gordon had completed these five tasks, he began assembling teams from both agencies which were charged with integrating specific aspects of their operations. One group worked on putting together a list of common intelligence requirements which could be used by both organizations. Another group was in charge of creating a system for exchanging information between agencies which would ensure no piece of information was lost through the process. The last two groups were in charge of merging administrative procedures at both agencies and making sure that human resources systems were integrated so that it would be easier for agents to move between agencies if they chose to do so. All four groups worked together to make sure these tasks were accomplished before Gordon left at the end of his year as director of this initiative.

In retrospect, John Gordon says that he learned a lot from this experience which would assist him in any future endeavors he might have in government service. Most importantly, he learned about the importance of balancing resources with needs. If you want an organization to be effective then it is important not to waste money by using more resources than you really need or having too much redundancy in your system. It is also important to break down barriers between agencies and encourage cooperation between employees so that they are not competing against each other for funding or other types of resources. He also learned that it is best if leaders can do both leading and managing because if they are just good at one but not at the other then their ability to lead effectively will be decreased significantly. Finally, he learned about how important it is for intelligence analysis to be made an integral part of operations rather than just providing support for specific plans and activities when needed. If analysts are included in daily operations then they will have more time to come up with long-term plans for dealing with situations which arise unexpectedly and will probably have better sputions than those who are given short notice before they have a plan ready for action.

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