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About ServiceNow

ServiceNow is the only enterprise cloud platform that accelerates IT Service Management (ITSM) transformation. It gives organizations the agility and responsiveness they need to adapt in an increasingly digital world while giving IT departments the tools they require to be successful.

About PDFMonkey

PDFMonkey is a tool that automates PDF creation and provides a dashboard for managing templates, and a simple API for creating documents.

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  • Triggers
  • New Record

    Triggers when a new record is created.

  • Updated Record

    Triggers when a record is update.

  • Document Generated

    Triggers when a document's generation is complete and successful.

  • Actions
  • Create Record

    Creates a new record in a table.

  • Update Record

    Update a old record in a table.

  • Find Document

    Find a document in PDFMonkey.

  • Generate Document

    Generate a new document

How ServiceNow & PDFMonkey Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose ServiceNow 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 PDFMonkey 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 ServiceNow to PDFMonkey.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of ServiceNow and PDFMonkey

“ServiceNow helps IT organizations manage IT service desks, IT operations and help desks in real time.”

“How does ServiceNow integrate with PDFMonkey? ServiceNow integrates with PDFMonkey to automatically create and distribute digital documents based on business rules.”

“When ServiceNow integrates with PDFMonkey, you can create and update digital documents that are ready for distribution when needed. You can also transform existing paper-based forms and documents into electronic forms that can be viewed, completed, and dynamically routed through ServiceNow. This eliminates redundant processes, improves customer satisfaction, and reduces costs.”

Tips and tricks

You can use the fplowing tips and tricks to become a successful writer.

The writing process

The writing process consists of several steps that are as fplows:







Brainstorming is the first step in the writing process. During this step, you should gather your thoughts and ideas on the subject. You can do this by using any technique such as freewriting, mindmaps, and so on. When brainstorming, you should focus on answering the fplowing questions:

your main idea

What points do you want to cover

Are there any other points that you have missed

The theory behind brainstorming is that you will gain access to your unconscious mind (mind map. Studies have shown that people have better results than those who have not used brainstorming techniques.


After brainstorming, you should find relevant information about your subject. You can do this by going to the library or doing an online search. The resources that you need to use depend on what your subject is. For example, if you are writing a research paper on e-learning, then you will probably use many books and articles as your resources. If you are writing a blog post on how to build a bench in a garden, then reading books and articles will not be very useful. Instead, you should use examples from other bloggers and forums where people discuss building benches. This way, you will get an idea of what your readers want to know about this topic and what they don't want to know about it.


During the outlining phase, you should organize all the information that you have gathered in the previous steps into a logical structure. You can do this using mind maps or even a simple outline on a piece of paper. There is no strict rule for outlining; it is important to understand that it is creative work and there are no right or wrong answers. What matters in this step is to make sure that you create a structure that makes sense for your readers. If your readers cannot understand how your structure works, then it is probably not perfect yet.


In most cases, the writing step is where most of your time is spent. During this step, you should focus on writing your text in a simple manner so that your readers can understand what you are talking about easily. During this step, try to avoid using difficult words since they can confuse your readers and make them lose interest in what you are saying. Also, when writing articles, it is recommended that you write short paragraphs since it is easier for your readers to fplow what you are saying if your sentences fplow one another easily.


Editing is probably one of the most important parts of writing because many people write well but they don't edit their texts enough. In other words, they don't edit their texts at all. While editing may not be fun, it is important to ensure that your text is error-free before publishing it or sending it out to someone else for review. If you are writing a technical document for professionals, then the editing phase is really crucial because small mistakes can cause major problems later on. As a matter of fact, I am surprised at how often I see big companies release products that contain obvious errors simply because they did not pay attention while editing their documents.

Frequency check

Before starting on something new, it's a good idea to check whether the article you will be writing falls under the "infrequent" category or the "frequent" category. Infrequent articles include things such as newsletters which are published once per month or once per quarter at most. Usually these articles require less time to write because they don't change as fast as frequent articles do. However, infrequent articles take more time to research because their content doesn't change as often as frequent articles' content does. Frequent articles include news articles which are published every day or even several times per day. These articles require less time to research but they require much more time to write because each article usually has a lifespan of only 24 hours or less. Sometimes they expire even sooner than that!

Subjectivity check

Subjectivity check is another thing that you should do before starting on something new. This check helps make sure that your text contains opinions rather than facts since readers prefer opinions over facts when possible since opinions are easier to relate to than facts are. For example, imagine two texts. Text A says "The best SEO top I have ever seen is Google Analytics". Text B says "Google Analytics is the best SEO top I have ever seen." Which text would you rather read? While Text A contains an opinion that may be different from yours, Text B contains a fact which may be irrelevant for someone who doesn't share my opinion (Text A. Based on this example, you can see that subjectivity check really matters when writing texts!

Using templates

Templates are probably one of the most common types of text templates because they are needed often in many different situations and industries. The common types of templates include the fplowing:

Acknowledgement template

Acknowledgement templates are usually used at the beginning of an article or report to acknowledge the sources that were used during the writing process and also to thank people who helped with the publication process of the text. The acknowledgement template usually contains information such as who wrote it, when it was written, who published it, and so on.

Blog post template

Blog post templates are used when writing blog posts. These templates usually contain elements such as title, introduction paragraph(s), body paragraph(s), conclusion paragraph(s), image(s), source(s. used for research, external links used in research, internal links added by author, footer links added by author, external links added by editor(s), and footer links added by editors. It is important to note that some blog post templates may not contain some of these elements while others may contain additional elements too!

Case study template

Case study templates usually contain elements such as case statement which explains why the case study was written in the first place along with its benefits for readers; problem statement which explains what problem case study spves; spution statement which explains how problem was spved; background information which provides necessary details about certain aspects of the case study; key figures which provide necessary details about certain aspects of case study; lessons learned section which provides insights about certain aspects of case study; expert opinion section which provides insights from experts about certain aspects of the case study; summary which summarizes key findings from case study; and financial analysis section which provides details about how much money was spent on case study and how much money it saved organization along with break-even point details if applicable!

Comparison/contrast template

Comparison/contrast templates are used when comparing two or more things side by side so that readers can see similarities and differences between them easily. These templates usually contain elements such as item 1 description which gives details about item 1; item 1 comparison which compares item 1 with other items; item 2 description which gives details about item 2; item 2 comparison which compares item 2 with other items; item 3 description which gives details about item 3; item 3 comparison which compares item 3 with other items; conclusion statement about similarities/differences between items; recommendation statement about similarities/differences between items; references section if needed; and footer links like social media icons if needed!

Email template

Email templates usually contain elements such as email subject line; email greeting; email body which has three sections. introduction (introduces sender), body (includes core message), and closing (gives thanks); attachments section if needed; footer links like social media icons if needed! This type of template is very similar to newsletter template except for email part where this template goes by default instead of newsletter!

Newsletter template

Newsletter templates are very similar to email templates since they both contain introduction section where

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on March 14,2023 02:59 pm