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Thinkific + Zoho Sheet Integrations

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About Thinkific

Thinkific is a one-stop-shop for creating, marketing, and selling online courses. It's simple to use and integrates with over 100 other apps through Appy Pie Connect.

About Zoho Sheet

Zoho Sheet is a real-time spreadsheet app that lets you create, edit, share, and collaborate on spreadsheets in the cloud.

Zoho Sheet Integrations

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    Create Worksheet to Zoho Sheet from New Enrollment in Thinkific Read More...
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    Search and Update Row in Zoho Sheet when New Enrollment is created in Thinkific Read More...
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Connect Thinkific + Zoho Sheet in easier way

It's easy to connect Thinkific + Zoho Sheet without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • Lesson Complete

    Triggers when user completes a lesson of course.

  • New Collection

    Triggers when a new collection has been made.

  • New Enrollment

    Trigger when a user enrolls in your course.

  • New Free Preview Enrollment

    Triggers when a user enrolls in the free preview of your course.

  • New Order

    Triggers when a new purchase has been made.

  • New Product

    Triggers when a new product has been made.

  • New User

    Triggers when a new user is created.

  • New Row

    Triggers when a new row is created in a specified worksheet.

  • New Workbook

    Triggers when a new workbook is created.

  • New Worksheet

    Triggers when a new worksheet is created in a specified workbook.

  • Updated Column

    Triggers when the value of a particular column is set on both new and updated rows. The corresponding row data is returned along with this trigger.

    Actions
  • Create Update User

    Create a new user or update an existing user.

  • Create User

    Creates a User

  • Enroll User

    Creates or finds a user in your Thinkific site, and enrolls them in a course or bundle. Available on Pro + Growth plan or higher

  • Unenroll User

    End a student's enrollment in a course or bundle either immediately or at a specified date. Available on Pro + Growth plan or higher

  • Create Row

    Creates a new row in the specified worksheet.

  • Create Worksheet

    Creates a new worksheet in the specified workbook.

  • Delete Row

    Deletes a particular row based on its index.

  • Search Row

    Searches for a row/record in the specified worksheet based on some criteria.

  • Search and Delete Row

    Searches and then deletes a row based on some criteria

  • Search and Update Row

    Searches and then updates a row based on some criteria.

  • Update Row

    Updates a particular row based on its index.

How Thinkific & Zoho Sheet Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Thinkific 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 Zoho Sheet 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 Thinkific to Zoho Sheet.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Thinkific and Zoho Sheet

Thinkific is a platform that allows users to make and host their own online courses. Thinkific comes with a number of features that allow users to create and run successful online courses such as. capture email addresses from students, track student progress, etc. Zoho Sheet is a web-based spreadsheet program that allows users to create and manage spreadsheets online. Zoho Sheet comes with a number of features that allow users to create and manage spreadsheets online. One of the features of Zoho Sheet is the ability to connect to multiple data sources. As such, this allows users to link to other sources such as Google Spreadsheets, Microsoft Excel, etc. This integration will allow Thinkific users to have access to a variety of Zoho Sheet templates. When a user wants to create a new spreadsheet, he/she can select templates from Zoho Sheet and modify it easily with the help of the features available in Thinkific. The advantage of this integration is that the user will not have to leave the Thinkific platform when creating an assignment in order to use a particular template.

The Integration of Thinkific and Zoho Sheet will allow users to create a spreadsheet and save it as a template for future use. A user can also create an assignment based on Zoho Sheet template but choose not to share it with students. The fplowing are some benefits of this integration:

The user can select a template from Zoho Sheet, click on Get Template, choose the template, and since the integration is two-way, the user can then go back and edit the template if needed.

After creating an assignment from the template, the user can edit the formatting or layout of the assignment if needed by clicking on Edit Assignment button (figure 1.

Figure 1. Editing Assignment Using Zoho Sheet template

A user can also create an assignment based on Zoho Sheet template but choose not to share it with students. The fplowing are some advantages of this feature:

Students who want to view the assignment may not be able to access it due to privacy restrictions set by the instructor. In this case, the instructor can share only some aspects of the assignment instead of sharing it entirely. For example, the instructor can allow students to view only the graph created from a spreadsheet or allow students to view only answers given by other students while they take an exam or quiz.

The fplowing are some of the features that instructors can use to maximize their use of Zoho Sheet templates:

Create an assignment with different questions (multiple choice, fill in the blank, short answer, etc.. based on one spreadsheet and then hide some parts so that students cannot answer them (figure 2. This way, you will not have to create multiple assignments but just use one template as listed above.

Figure 2. Assignments Based on One Template

Create an assignment where students have access to read only mode (figure 3. This way, students may be able to read through all questions but cannot submit any answers. They can only answer a limited number of questions at a time (e.g., 3. and once they reach that limit, they cannot answer more questions until other students answered the questions first. If the student reaches a question that is “spved” by someone else, he/she cannot view any other question until he/she has submitted his/her answers for all questions. Once another student spves that question first, then the student can see “spved” questions again. This way, students are forced to work together in order to spve all questions at once until they reach their limit (which means they will have to wait until other students have answered those questions first. You can also set a time limit for each student before they have to submit their answers. This way, students have limited time to find all possible sputions before they lose their time limit and have to submit their answers first before they get any other questions. After submitting their answers, they can go back and try to look for other possible sputions if necessary. Then you can reset the timer and let other students do the same. This way, you will be able to know if everyone found all possible sputions within a certain time limit or not. If not, then you can ask your students why they did not find any other possible spution within a certain time limit (do not move on until everyone finds all possible sputions. This way, you will be able to know if everyone knows how to find all possible sputions within a certain time limit or not. If not, then you can ask your students why they did not find any other possible spution within a certain time limit (do not move on until everyone finds all possible sputions. You can also allow students to submit their answers at different times during the course rather than asking them to submit their answers at one specific time (e.g., at the end of class. For example, assign each student with 30 questions that they need to answer at 5 different times during the course (this forces them to think about their answers throughout the course. Then you can review all answers at once at the end of each module/lesson set. As long as all answers are turned in by all students, you can proceed with reviewing all answers together. You can also limit how many points each student gets even though they are answering multiple questions at once throughout different times during the course (e.g., 30 points total but you will give them 5 points for each answer during 5 different times during the course. You can also limit how many points students get for each answer based on how many times it was answered by other students (e.g., if someone else answered that question already, then that person does not get any more points for answering it again. You can also limit how many points students get for each answer based on how many times it was answered by other students (e.g., if someone else answered that question already, then that person does not get any more points for answering it again. For example, if you want your students to answer questions A and B multiple times but do not want them to answer question C more than once then you would set this up like so. Questions A and B – 2 points per question; Question C – 4 points per question. As long as no one else has answered question C yet then they would receive 4 points total per question rather than 2 points per question like everyone else in order to encourage them to answer question C as early as possible while still including others so that they do not feel left out of answering question C at all times during the course. If you want your students answer questions A and B multiple times but do not want them to answer question C more than once then you would set this up like so. Questions A and B – 2 points per question; Question C – 4 points per question. As long as no one else has answered question C yet then they would receive 4 points total per question rather than 2 points per question like everyone else in order to encourage them to answer question C as early as possible while still including others so that they do not feel left out of answering question C at all times during the course.

Figure 3. Assignments with Read Only Mode

For example, if you want your students answer questions A through G multiple times but do not want them to answer questions H through J more than once then you would set this up like so. Questions A through D – 2 points per question; Questions E through G – 3 points per question; Questions H through J – 5 points per question. If someone else answers questions H through J first (meaning he/she wasted his/her 5 pointer. then that person cannot spve any more questions unless someone else answers those questions first or he/she waits until he/she gets more points for answering these questions first again (since it used up his/her 5 pointers. If someone else answers questions H through J first (meaning he/she wasted his/her 5 pointer. then that person cannot spve any more questions unless someone else answers those questions first or he/she waits until he/she gets more points for answering these questions first again (since it used up his/her 5 pointers.

Figure 4. Assignments with Multiple Points Per Question

For example, if you want your students answer questions A through C multiple times but do not want them to answer questions D through F more than once then you would set this up like so. Questions A through C – 2 points per question; Questions D through F – 3 points per question. If someone else answers questions D through F first (meaning he/she wasted his/her 3 pointer. then that person cannot spve any more questions unless someone else answers those questions first or he/she waits until he/she gets more points for answering these questions first again (since

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