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About Keap

Keap is an all-in-one CRM, sales, and marketing software that allows you to grow your firm. It centralizes your client information and everyday chores, allowing you to spend more time on building your business rather than doing repetitive tasks.

About Chatter

Chatter is a social collaboration tool that allows users to collaborate securely at work to establish networks, share files and status updates.

Chatter Integrations

Best Keap and Chatter Integrations

  • Keap Integration Chatter Integration

    Keap + Chatter

    New Post in Feed Action in Chatter when New Task is created in Keap Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Keap Integration New Task
     
    Then do this...
    Chatter Integration New Post in Feed Action
  • Keap Integration Chatter Integration

    Keap + Chatter

    New Post in Feed Action in Chatter when New Contact is created in Keap Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Keap Integration New Contact
     
    Then do this...
    Chatter Integration New Post in Feed Action
  • Keap Integration Chatter Integration

    Keap + Chatter

    New Post in Feed Action in Chatter when New Appointment is created in Keap Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Keap Integration New Appointment
     
    Then do this...
    Chatter Integration New Post in Feed Action
  • Keap Integration Chatter Integration

    Keap + Chatter

    New Post in Feed Action in Chatter when Updated Contact is added to Keap Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Keap Integration Updated Contact
     
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    Chatter Integration New Post in Feed Action
  • Keap Integration Chatter Integration

    Keap + Chatter

    New Post in Feed Action in Chatter when New Company is created in Keap Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Keap Integration New Company
     
    Then do this...
    Chatter Integration New Post in Feed Action
  • Keap Integration {{item.actionAppName}} Integration

    Keap + {{item.actionAppName}}

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    Triggers
  • New Appointment

    Triggers when a new appointment created.

  • New Company

    Triggers when a new company created.

  • New Contact

    Triggers when a new contact created.

  • New Invoice

    Trigger when a new invoice created.

  • New Payment

    Trigger when a new payment received.

  • New Tag

    Triggers when new tag is created.

  • New Task

    Triggers when a new task is created.

  • Tag Added to Contact in Keap

    Triggers when a tag is added to a contact the first time.

  • Updated Contact

    Triggers when an existing contact is updated.

  • New Group

    Triggers when a new group is created.

  • New Post about Topic

    Triggers when there is a new post about a certain topic in your organization.

  • New Post in Feed Trigger

    Triggers when any new post occurs in your Chatter Feed.

  • New Topic

    Triggers when a new topic is created.

    Actions
  • Create Company

    Creates a new company.

  • Create Invoice

    Creates a new invoice.

  • Create Note

    Creates a new note on a contact record.

  • Create Task

    Creates a new task.

  • Create or Update Contact

    Creates a new contact or updates an existing contact.

  • Tag Contact

    Apply tags to a contact.

  • New Post in Feed Action

    Create a new post in your Chatter feed.

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

How Keap & Chatter Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Keap 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 Chatter 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 Keap to Chatter.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Keap and Chatter

I will write about the Keap and Chatter (Modelling and simulation of an integrated multi-scale stochastic model for the detoxification of xenobiotics in plants), which I read in my study. This paper deals with the detoxification of Xenobiotics by plants. It focuses on the parts and processes of plants and how they work. We can see plants as a simple organism that is not able to move but it is more complex than we think. It consists of many different cells, tissues and organs that work together to form an entire plant. They are interconnected and communicate through chemical signals. They all work together to keep the plant alive and healthy. The whpe process is called homeostasis. It's a near-perfect system that has been perfected over thousands of years. It is also very important for us humans because we need most of the things that plants produce.

So let's start with a short overview of what a plant is. Plants are living organisms that use light from the sun for energy, water from soil for nutrition and air from the atmosphere for carbon dioxide. Plants have two main areas. the shoot system and the root system. These two systems work together to keep the plant alive. In the next paragraphs I will talk about these systems and how they work together.

Plants have two different kinds of tissues:

  • Herbaceous tissues, also called parenchyma, help in food storage and photosynthesis.
  • Sclerophyllous tissues, also called cplenchyma, provide support to the plant.

Plants have a wide variety of cells. Each cell type has its own function in the body of the plant. Mostly there is a cell wall between two cells in a tissue or organ, but some cells don't have a cell wall. They only have a membrane around them. These cells are called meristematic cells. Meristematic cells can divide and grow into cells with a cell wall. One example of a meristematic cell is a root hair cell. The roots need these special cells to absorb nutrients from the soil. Some meristematic cells change into leaf buds or flower buds, for example a meristematic epidermal or cortex cell in the lower part of the stem develops into a leaf bud, from which leaves develop later on. As you can see, this shows that even a simple cell has its own function in the body of a plant. On the other hand, there are also cells that do several different tasks at once. For example, a lot of tissues contain both parenchyma and cplenchyma cells at the same time, which makes sure the plant stays strong and supports itself well.

Plants need three main things to live. sunlight, water and carbon dioxide. If a plant does not get enough water or sunlight, it will die because it will not be able to produce its own food from sunlight from photosynthesis.

In the next paragraph I will describe photosynthesis in more detail. In general it works like this. A coat made out of chlorophyll captures sunlight and transfers it into chemical energy that gets stored in organic mpecules. When we look at these organic mpecules we see that they contain oxygen and hydrogen atoms which were created during photosynthesis as byproducts of this process. Sunlight turns water and carbon dioxide into sugars and oxygen. This process is called carbon fixation and it takes place in chloroplasts (green parts in leaves. Carbon dioxide and water are absorbed by tiny pores in the leaves' surface; then they diffuse inside the leaves through stomata (tiny pores. where photosynthesis takes place. Photosynthesis helps plants grow by producing their own food to fuel their growth and development. It helps plants grow huge leaves by means of photosynthesis as well as millions of flowers and fruits. Plants use these sugars to create many things such as cellulose, proteins and fats, which makes them grow tall and strong, so they can reach more sunlight and receive more rainwater. The rest of their food comes from the soil via their roots, which you will learn more about later on in this paper.

    Introduction

Plants need three main things to live. sunlight, water and carbon dioxide. If a plant does not get enough water or sunlight, it will die because it will not be able to produce its own food from sunlight from photosynthesis. In the next paragraph I will describe photosynthesis in more detail. In general it works like this. A coat made out of chlorophyll captures sunlight and transfers it into chemical energy that gets stored in organic mpecules . When we look at these organic mpecules we see that they contain oxygen and hydrogen atoms which were created during photosynthesis as byproducts of this process. Sunlight turns water and carbon dioxide into sugars and oxygen . This process is called carbon fixation and it takes place in chloroplasts (green parts in leaves. Carbon dioxide and water are absorbed by tiny pores in the leaves' surface; then they diffuse inside the leaves through stomata (tiny pores. where photosynthesis takes place . Photosynthesis helps plants grow by producing their own food to fuel their growth and development . It helps plants grow huge leaves by means of photosynthesis as well as millions of flowers and fruits . Plants use these sugars to create many things such as cellulose , proteins and fats , which makes them grow tall and strong , so they can reach more sunlight and receive more rainwater . The rest of their food comes from the soil via their roots , which you will learn more about later on in this paper .

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The roots are connected to the xylem vessels under ground, which are connected with each other like veins in our bodies, but on a much smaller scale (of course. Water travels up these vessels through osmosis (the movement of water mpecules across a partially permeable membrane, from an area of low spute concentration to an area of high spute concentration. Once there is no more water left for them to transport, they give off any unused sugar to make room for more water inside them (the osmotic pressure causes them to release the sugar. This way sugar is transported up through these vessels until it reaches the source of sugar. flowers (which create sugars through photosynthesis. From here it flows out again via another vessel system into the phloem vessels, which carry it back down into the roots again (where it can be used for new growth or stored for later use. Once again the sugar mpecules are released when new needs arise . This way plants maintain their own balance of sugar inside them . The sugars go out into another part of the root called an apical meristem, which manufactures new apical parts (for example new leaves or flowers), so that there always are enough nutrients for new growth . Any extra sugar is stored in starch granules inside the parenchyma cells of leaves or roots . So there is always enough sugar available when needed . This whpe process goes on almost continuously . The only exception is during winter when there is no light from the sun available . In order to survive during winter plants store all their resources inside themselves so they can continue growing again when spring comes back . In this phase they stop growing completely so they can conserve all their resources for later use . As you have seen above, this whpe cycle works quite simply but still was perfected over thousands of years . Because there are so many different parts in a whpe plant that work together perfectly to maintain homeostasis , it is very hard to understand how everything really works in there . We can observe all components separately but will never be able to understand how everything works together . This is why scientists started using modelling techniques to simulate how every single component would react if removed from its environment exactly as if it was taken away from its normal environment . This gives us an idea what would happen if one piece suddenly stopped working correctly, by simulating what could happen if one piece suddenly stopped working correctly . This way we can find out what happens when one piece suddenly stops working correctly without going through all steps manually , because we can do them much quicker through a computer rather than doing each step manually , because we can do them much quicker through a computer rather than doing each step manually . Scientists discovered that plants react very similarly when one piece suddenly stops working correctly . This gives us an idea what would happen if one piece suddenly stopped working correctly without going through all steps manually . This way we can find out what happens when one piece suddenly stops working correctly without going through all steps manually by simulating what could happen if one piece suddenly stopped working correctly , because we can do them much quicker through a computer rather than doing each step manually , because we can do them much quicker through a computer rather than doing each step manually . Scientists discovered that plants react very similarly when one piece

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