Klaviyo is the all-in-one email marketing platform for eCommerce. This tool has everything you need to run marketing campaigns and stay in touch with customers.
Dropbox is a collaboration space that allows you to easily store and access your photos, documents, videos, and other important files from any phone, tablet or computer in the world.Dropbox Integrations
Klaviyo + DropboxCreate or Append to Text File to Dropbox from New Event in Klaviyo Read More...
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Triggers on a new event for any metric.
Creates a member.
Triggers upon addition of new files to a folder. Note: the number of files/folders in a designated folder cannot exceed 4000.
Triggers upon addition of a new folder. Ensure that the number of files/folders in the designated folder does not exceed 4000.
Creates a member.
Adds a new subscriber to a list you specify. Profiles are single or double opted in based on the list's settings.
Updates an existing subscriber.
Generates a brand new folder at the specified path.
Generates a brand new text file from predefined plain text content.
Adds a new line to an existing text file. If the file doesn't exist, it creates the text file.
Upload an existing file or attachment up to 100 MB in size.
Klaviyo is a marketing platform that helps small businesses manage their e-commerce and email marketing. Dropbox is a cloud storage service used by millions of people around the world. So, what happens when you integrate Klaviyo with Dropbox? This blog post will cover how to do just that.
Klaviyo is a marketing platform that helps small businesses manage their eCommerce and email marketing. It was founded in 2008 and was launched out of Boulder, Cporado. Since launching, they have grown into a company of over 200 employees. They are a proud member of the Better Business Bureau and have their own office space in Boulder. They also have offices in New York City, Austin, Seattle, Portland, Atlanta, Tokyo, and London. Their goal is to help small businesses manage their e-commerce and email marketing. They provide automation features that help send emails based on customer behavior and event triggers.
Dropbox started back in 2007 when Drew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi were students at MIT. Drew Houston had this idea for an application called “Carpop” and wanted to build it but did not have any code that worked so he went to Arash for help. Arash agreed to help build the application out but only if he could use the software himself once it was finished. The first version of Carpop was completed in August of 2007 which was when Drew flipped the switch for it to be available to the public as well. After they graduated from cplege, Drew and Arash had a new problem though. no money! Luckily they were able to win some startup money at a local business competition in Boston. With that money they were able to bootstrap the company for 3 years while they worked on adding more features to their product. In 2009 they entered Y Combinator where they met David Lieb who would go on to become one of the co-founders of DropBox. David helped them get funding from Sequoia Capital which led to the development of their mobile applications for iOS and Android devices. In 2011 they opened up their API which allowed other developers to build on top of the base Dropbox service. Today DropBox has over 300 million users worldwide and has been acquired by Microsoft for $6 billion dplars.
How can you integrate Klaviyo with Dropbox?
There are 2 ways you can integrate Klaviyo with Dropbox. using an app or using a Gmail filter. Both methods work great but we’ll cover both below.
Using an App
The first way to integrate your campaigns with Dropbox is by using an app. To get started, navigate to your Klaviyo dashboard under “Apps” on the left side bar. From here you will need to click the “Create App” button on the right sidebar of this page. You will then be taken to a page where you need to enter your App Name and Description before clicking “Next”. Once you have filled out these fields you will be prompted to enter your Redirect URL which should be:
https://www.dropbox.com/1/oauth2/authorize?response_type=code&client_id=CLIENT_ID&redirect_uri=REDIRECT_URL&state=STATE_TOKEN&scope=files%20photos%20read%20write%20appdata%20likes%20create%20update%20delete%20share%20drive%20organization%20calendar%20offline%20contacts%20tasks&include_granted_scopes=true (Replace CLIENT_ID with your Client ID)
Once this information has been entered you will need to click “Save” on the bottom right corner of this page before continuing onto the next step which is connecting your Dropbox account to Klaviyo. To do this you will need your Dropbox OAuth token which can be found by logging into your Dropbox account, navigating to Settings > Apps > Authorized Applications > Add New Application > Connect a new application > Access Token > Select the drop down menu for Scope > Select Read & Write > select “Generate Token” > Copy Token > Save Token in Klaviyo App Settings > Save Changes > Save Changes again under “App Settings” > Save Changes again under “Advanced Settings” > Click “Save Changes” again
Once this information has been saved you will be returned to your app settings page where you will see your app information displayed at the top of this page as well as a view of your redirect URL and your Dropbox Access Token which will be used later on in this tutorial. Now that we have our app all set up let’s start sending emails that include attachments stored on our Dropbox account!
To do this we will need to create a campaign that uses an attachment in it and then set up our “action” to call our Dropbox App that we created earlier. To create a campaign, go ahead and navigate to your campaigns tab under “Campaigns” in the left sidebar navigation on your Klaviyo dashboard. From here you will want to click the green + sign above all of your campaigns currently listed on this page to create a new campaign . When the campaign creation window pops up enter in your name for the campaign name field as well as an optional description . For the next step you will want to choose whether or not you want to use an existing template or create a new one . If you choose an existing template make sure that it does not contain an attachment in it otherwise Klaviyo will not be able to recognize it as one . Once you have chosen either option make sure that you select a template that includes an email body in it even if there is no attachment included with it .
Now that we have our template selected we need to add our attachment file from our Dropbox account into our campaign . To do this, click on the “Add Attachment” section located above your email body . Once clicked, a pop-up window will appear prompting you to select from one of three options. Upload an existing attachment from your computer(s), Supply a custom source for uploading files, or Upload from Dropbox . We will be uploading from Dropbox since we already connected our app with our Dropbox account earlier . To upload from your Dropbox account click on the blue “Select File” button . A pop-up window will appear prompting you to select whichever file(s. you would like attached to your email . Once selected you will then be prompted for either a name or description for each individual file separately . Once all of this information has been filled out click on “Save Changes” at the bottom right corner of this window . Now let’s look at our final campaign before setting up our action . You can see that when looking at our campaign now that we have attached both images and PDF files from our Dropbox account . They are all automatically named according to the filenames we chose earlier so we don’t have to rename anything ourselves . Now let’s take a look at setting up our action so that it will attach these files automatically without us having to open them manually every time our campaign goes out! To set this up navigate back over to your app settings page under Applications on your dashboard . Then click on Advanced Settings located towards the right hand side of this page . From here scrpl down until you see our Dropbox App listed on this page and click on its corresponding dropdown menu . From here click on Actions/Triggers/Rules located towards the top right hand corner of this page . This will bring us into another dropdown menu where we can select actions that we would like our Dropbox App to perform upon receiving an email . For this example let’s say that we want our images and PDF files attached within our email body to automatically be uploaded into our DropBox Account . To do this click on “Upload Files from Campaign Email Body” located towards the top right corner of this page . This will bring us into a new dropdown menu where we can select which files we would like uploaded from our campaign emailed body into our Dropbox account . For this example I have selected both image files and PDF files . If you wanted only certain files instead of all files you could use regular expressions for filtering purposes . Once done click on “Save Changes” at the bottom right corner of this popup window . Now
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