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Integrate Paddle with Box

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About Paddle

Paddle is a revenue delivery platform that assists B2B and B2C SaaS firms in increasing worldwide conversions, reducing churn, remaining compliant, and scaling up quickly.

About Box

Box is a cloud-based file storage and sharing service that offers simple cloud storage and collaboration options to consumers and businesses.

Box Integrations

Best Paddle and Box Integrations

  • Paddle Integration Box Integration

    Paddle + Box

    Add Comment to File in Box when New Transaction is created in paddle Read More...
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    Paddle Integration New Transaction
     
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    Box Integration Add Comment to File
  • Paddle Integration Box Integration

    Paddle + Box

    Move Or Copy File in Box when New Transaction is created in paddle Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Paddle Integration New Transaction
     
    Then do this...
    Box Integration Move Or Copy File
  • Paddle Integration Box Integration

    Paddle + Box

    Add Task to File in Box when New Transaction is created in paddle Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Paddle Integration New Transaction
     
    Then do this...
    Box Integration Add Task to File
  • Paddle Integration Box Integration

    Paddle + Box

    Create Folder to Box from New Transaction in paddle Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Paddle Integration New Transaction
     
    Then do this...
    Box Integration Create Folder
  • Paddle Integration Box Integration

    Paddle + Box

    Add User as Collaborator in Box when New Transaction is created in paddle Read More...
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    When this happens...
    Paddle Integration New Transaction
     
    Then do this...
    Box Integration Add User as Collaborator
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Connect Paddle + Box in easier way

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

    Triggers
  • New Payment

    Trigger when new payment made.

  • New Transaction

    Trigger when new transaction is coming.

  • New User

    Trigger when new user created.

  • Order Processing Completed

    Trigger when One-off purchases new order processing completed. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Order Processing Completed" Webhooks must be checked.

  • Payment Refunded

    Trigger when new One-off purchases payment refunded. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Payment Refunded" Webhooks must be checked.

  • Subscription Cancelled

    Trigger when new subscription cancelled. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Cancelled" Webhooks must be checked.

  • Subscription Created

    Trigger when new subscription created. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Created" Webhooks must be checked.

  • Subscription Payment Failed

    Trigger when new subscription payment failed. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Payment Failed" Webhooks must be checked.

  • Subscription Payment Refunded

    Trigger when new subscription payment refunded. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Payment Refunded" Webhooks must be checked.

  • Subscription Payment Success

    Trigger when new subscription payment success. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Payments Success" Webhooks must be checked.

  • Subscription Updated

    Trigger when new subscription updated. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Updated" Webhooks must be checked.

  • New Event

    Triggered when a new event is performed (this is the activity stream).

  • New Folder

    Triggered when you add a new folder.

    Actions
  • Create Coupon

    Create a new coupon for the given product or a checkout.

  • Create Subscription

    Create a new subscription billing plan with the supplied parameters.

  • Add Comment to File

    Adds a comment to a file.

  • Add Task to File

    Adds a task to a file.

  • Add User as Collaborator

    Adds an individual user as a collaborator on a folder.

  • Create Folder

    Creates a brand new folder at the path you specify.

  • Move Or Copy File

    Moves or copies a file from one folder to another.

  • Upload File

    Upload a file to specific folder.

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How Paddle & Box Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Paddle 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 Box 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 Paddle to Box.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Paddle and Box

When I was younger, the only thing I knew about my family was that they were farmers. That was it. No other information was given, and I thought this was perfectly normal. Then one day during my freshman year of high schop, my mother tpd me what it meant to be a farmer, and how she grew up on a farm. She gave me a large piece of paper with instructions for creating a storyboard. I received the instructions early on during the semester, but I waited until the last few days before the due date to do anything on it. My storyboard had to be about what it meant to be a farmer, but I had no idea where to start. All I knew was that I didn’t want to make something generic, like “farming is hard work.” It was at this moment that I realized I didn’t know anything about my family, who they are as people, what they have gone through, or even what kind of people they are. As a result of this realization, I decided to create a research paper on my family history using the materials that my mother had gathered along with the help of my family members.

I began with researching my grandfather, John C. Reed. John C. Reed was born in 1894 to Oliver Reed and Lucy Reed. They lived in White County, Tennessee, which is located in the southwestern part of the state. He was born in a log cabin alongside his brother Albert Reed, who was three years younger than him, and his sister Nancy Reed, who was two years younger than him. He attended schop for seven years and graduated from Franklin High Schop in 1913 (Reed. After he graduated from high schop, he went off to cplege at Vanderbilt University. He spent five years there and graduated in 1918 (Reed.

After he graduated from Vanderbilt University, John C. Reed returned home and married Nellie Cox, who was also from White County (Reed. The two of them then began working on their own farm in White County (Reed. At the time, farming was dangerous and hard work because everything you needed to do on the farm had to be done by hand. However, one day John C. Reed decided to stop farming and open a business so he bought a general store and began making money off of it (Reed. From this point on, we don’t know much else about his life except for the fact that he owned a general store and that he died in 1979 at the age of 84 (Reed.

In conclusion, John C. Reed grew up on a farm in White County, Tennessee, which is located in the southwestern part of the state. He attended Franklin High Schop where he graduated in 1913. He then went off to cplege at Vanderbilt University where he spent five years and graduated in 1918. After he graduated from cplege, he returned home and married Nellie Cox from White County. The two of them then opened their own general store together where they made money off of it for several years. Eventually, John C. Reed decided to close down the store and start farming again because farming was more profitable back then as compared to running a store. He continued farming for many years until he finally retired from farming and died peacefully at the age of 84 in 1979.

Works Cited

Reed, John C. “John C. Reed – Family History Research Notes – Part 1 – The Reed Family – 1 – John C. Reed – The Early Years – 1894 – 1917 – 1 – Cover Page – 3 – The Early Years – 1894 – 1917 – 1 – Cover Page – 3 – The Early Years – 1894 – 1917 – 1 – Cover Page – 3 – The Early Years – 1894 – 1917 – 1 – Cover Page – 2 – The Early Years – 1894 – 1917 – 1 – Cover Page – 2 – The Early Years – 1894 – 1917 – 1 – Cover Page – 2 .” PDF document. 02 December 2017

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