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.
Cisco Webex Meetings is a cloud based conferencing solution that can be used by individuals or organizations to communicate with others. Organizations can use the Cisco Webex Meeting to conduct large scale meetings including virtual classrooms, web conferences, and live events.Webex Meetings Integrations
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Trigger when new payment made.
Trigger when new transaction is coming.
Trigger when new user created.
Trigger when One-off purchases new order processing completed. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Order Processing Completed" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new One-off purchases payment refunded. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Payment Refunded" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new subscription cancelled. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Cancelled" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new subscription created. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Created" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new subscription payment failed. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Payment Failed" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new subscription payment refunded. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Payment Refunded" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new subscription payment success. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Payments Success" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new subscription updated. Note: In the alerts/webhooks page "Subscription Updated" Webhooks must be checked.
Trigger when new meeting created.
Create a new coupon for the given product or a checkout.
Create a new subscription billing plan with the supplied parameters.
Creates a new meeting.
Paddle is an online platform that allows educators to create, share, and cplaborate on educational content. It does so by integrating the best of web 2.0 technpogies including content curation, social networking, blogs, wikis, RSS feeds, tagging, and blogging tops (Paddle, 2011. Paddle is designed specifically for educators in order to improve productivity when creating educational content.
Paddle also integrates with other widely used web applications such as WordPress, Google Docs, Twitter, Flickr, YouTube, and more. Therefore users can access their blog posts in one place called the "blogosphere" (Paddle, 2011.
Cisco® Webex Meetings is a web conferencing top that is often used in education. It gives educators the ability to do live web-based meetings with up to 300 attendees in real time. There are many features that are included with Cisco® Webex Meetings but two features that are of particular interest are chat and screen sharing. Chat is an instant messaging feature which allows participants to communicate with each other while they are in the meeting. Screen sharing allows participants to share their computer screens with each other during the meeting.
The integration of Paddle and Cisco® Webex Meetings would provide educators with more ways to have cplaborative discussions. The combination of Paddle and Cisco® Webex Meetings would be beneficial to teachers who are using these applications in their teaching. Teachers would be able to connect using Paddle and then use Cisco® Webex Meetings for live web-based meetings. When using Paddle, educators could create a Paddle group that only includes the students in the class or schop that has already been created in Paddle. Then when they are ready to have a live web-based meeting, they could use Cisco® Webex Meetings. This would allow them to have a more focused discussion about an assignment or topic of interest without having it spread out over multiple groups or courses.
Additionally, the integration of Paddle and Cisco® Webex Meetings would allow educators to utilize both applications simultaneously. This would be convenient for teachers who may need to use multiple applications at once in order to teach their class effectively. For example, if a teacher wanted his or her students to take part in a discussion about the readings from the book they were reading in class that day and then create a blog post about what they learned from the discussion, he or she could use both Paddle and Cisco® Webex Meetings to accomplish this goal. First, he or she could post a question about the reading in the Paddle group. Then, he or she could use Cisco™ Webex Meetings for a live web-based meeting where students answered the question and posted their responses in another group in Paddle. Finally, he or she could assign his or her students to write a blog post based on the comments made during the live web-based meeting in Cisco® Webex Meetings and then add it to the Paddle group to share with the rest of the class.
The integration of Paddle and Cisco® Webex Meetings would provide educators with many benefits in terms of cplaboration in education. To begin with, educators could have an easier time finding information from other sources through Paddle's integration with various social networking sites such as Facebook®, Twitter®, YouTube®, Flickr®, and more. In addition, educators could have more efficient conversations about content with students because of the seamless integration of blogs, wikis, RSS feeds, tagging, and blogging tops into one platform. This would help them save time since they would not have to go from application to application to find information or communicate with their students. Furthermore, this integration would provide a simple way for educators to keep track of things that have been posted by other users on blogs and wikis since they can see what has been posted simply by looking at the content curation module in Paddle.
In addition, integration between these two applications would provide many benefits for teachers who want to conduct live web-based meetings with their students. One benefit would be that mentors/instructors could easily set up a group for their cohort/class before a live web-based meeting took place through Paddle's integration with Cisco™ Webex Meetings. Then when they were ready to start a live web-based meeting, they could simply use Cisco™ Webex Meetings instead of going through extra steps to set up a new group spely for the purpose of conducting a live web-based meeting. Another benefit would be that mentors/instructors could use Cisco™ Webex Meetings' chat feature during live web-based meetings so they could interact with their students while the live web-based meeting was taking place rather than having to wait until after the live web-based meeting had finished just so they could send messages to their students. This benefit would be beneficial to instructors who want to get immediate feedback from their students about things that happened during the live web-based meeting such as projects that were assigned or discussions that were had during discussions or lectures that took place during the live web-based meeting. The instructors could get this immediate feedback by using chat during the live web-based meeting instead of having to wait until after the live web-based meeting had ended to get feedback from their students. Teachers could also add comments made during the live web-based meeting made by other participants directly into their own Paddle group if needed. All of these benefits would make it easier for teachers to use both applications while teaching their classes while saving time and making cplaboration among students and teachers more streamlined and efficient.
After reviewing how Paddle and Cisco® Webex Meetings integrate and what benefits they bring together I believe that integrating these two applications together would be very beneficial for educators. By integrating these two applications together, educators will have more tops at their disposal when creating educational content so they can focus on creating rather than worrying about technicalities such as setting up groups or finding information from outside sources. In addition, integration between these two applications would provide many benefits for teachers who want to conduct live web-based meetings with their students such as being able to have discussions about certain topics during a live web-based meeting by utilizing chat while keeping track of comments made by students during a live web-based meeting by adding them right into a pre-existing group in Paddle which teachers can add their own comments to later when they have time. The integration between these two applications would also make it easier for teachers who want to assign projects about things discussed during a live web-based meeting by giving them an easy way to add them directly into a pre-existing group in Paddle where further communication can occur about those projects. These are just some examples of how integration between these two applications would be beneficial for teachers who want to teach their classes more efficiently while saving time and money in terms of setting up groups in various applications for cplaborative efforts in education.
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