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TickTick + Easyship Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between TickTick and Easyship

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About TickTick

TickTick is a simple and effective to-do list and task organizer app that syncs across all your devices over the cloud.

About Easyship

Easyship is a global eCommerce shipping platform built on the cloud. Users can utilize the all-in-one system to manage domestic and international shipments through more than 50 different couriers and shipping companies.

Easyship Integrations

Best ways to Integrate TickTick + Easyship

  • TickTick Easyship

    TickTick + Easyship

    Create a Shipment to Easyship from New Task Created in TickTick Read More...
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    When this happens...
    TickTick New Task Created
     
    Then do this...
    Easyship Create a Shipment
  • TickTick Easyship

    TickTick + Easyship

    Create a Shipment to Easyship from New Completed Task in TickTick Read More...
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    TickTick New Completed Task
     
    Then do this...
    Easyship Create a Shipment
  • TickTick Easyship

    TickTick + Easyship

    Create a Shipment to Easyship from New Updated Task in TickTick Read More...
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    When this happens...
    TickTick New Updated Task
     
    Then do this...
    Easyship Create a Shipment
  • TickTick TickTick

    Easyship + TickTick

    Add Task in TickTick when New Shipment is created in Easyship Read More...
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    TickTick New Shipment
     
    Then do this...
    TickTick Add Task
  • TickTick Google Calendar

    TickTick + Google Calendar

    Create TickTick tasks from new Google Calendar events Read More...
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    When this happens...
    TickTick New Task Created
     
    Then do this...
    Google Calendar Create Detailed Event
    Do you want to keep track of both your to-dos and your events in TickTick? Set up this Integration and Appy Pie Connect will do that automatically that for you. Once active, whenever a new event is created on Google Calendar, Appy Pie Connect will automatically create a new task on TickTick. Try this Connect Flow-no coding needed.
    How This TickTick – Google Calendar Integration Works
    • A new event is created
    • Appy Pie Connect creates task to a list on TickTick
    What You Need
    • TTickTick account
    • Google Calendar account
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Connect TickTick + Easyship in easier way

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

    Triggers
  • New Completed Task

    Triggers when a new completed task is created

  • New Task Created

    Triggers when a new task created in TickTick.

  • New Updated Task

    Triggers when an uncompleted task is updated in TickTick.

  • New Shipment

    Triggers when new shipment created.

    Actions
  • Add Task

    Adds a new task to a list.

  • Create a Shipment

    Create a shipment and receive accurate shipping quotes.

How TickTick & Easyship Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose TickTick 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 Easyship 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 TickTick to Easyship.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of TickTick and Easyship

The first thing you should do is read through your outline and check your grammar. Make sure all of the major points are there and that it flows well.

Next, you can start writing your introduction. If you’re introducing a topic you’ve never talked about before, I would recommend doing some research to familiarize yourself with it. You don’t want to be in the middle of writing an article for class and realize you don’t know what you’re talking about.

TickTick?

Make sure your introduction is interesting and grabs the reader's attention. It's also good to use transitions, like then or so, to link two sentences together. Here's an example:

First, the introduction is pretty short. It only contains one sentence. There aren't any unnecessary details in here, which makes it easier for the reader to fplow along.

Then, in the second sentence, the author uses the transition “then” to link two sentences together. He states what he’s going to talk about in the next section (the benefits of integration), and uses “then” to emphasize this point. The author also includes an example in this sentence to explain his point further. "Integration…helps you manage both shipments." By including this example, he gives his readers something they can relate to. They will understand how integration between these two services can help them manage their shipments better.

Easyship?

If you have an outline with headings already included, you can just write your sentences under each heading. But if you don’t have an outline, use your outline as a template for creating headings for each section of your article. One of the most common mistakes people make when writing articles is that they forget to include headings. This makes it hard for the reader to fplow along with your article. Use headings to help organize your thoughts and get your reader on the same page as you.

I usually use Heading 1 style for my headings because it makes them stand out more. You can select Heading 1 style by pressing Alt+Ctrl+1 on Windows or Option+Command+1 on Mac.

If you don’t have Word installed on your computer, then you can use Google Docs or another writing program that lets you change the font size of your headings. You can also try making your headings smaller than the rest of your text by pressing Ctrl+Shift+minus (-. on Windows or Command+Shift+minus (-. on Mac. I use this method often when I'm writing articles for my blog because it makes my headings really small and doesn't take up much space.

There are two main parts to the body. examples and explanations/transitions. Let's look at an example:

Notice that there isn't a single transition used in this paragraph! That's because the author wanted to keep his writing simple and straightforward so that his readers could easily fplow along with what he was saying without getting confused.

This paragraph is very straightforward and easy to fplow along with. It was really enjoyable to read because it didn’t take much effort to understand what was being said. The author did a really good job of explaining his point — in only three sentences! — and I think it could even be shorter than that (you don't need a comma between “shipments” and “easily” because they're in the same phrase. The author also gave his readers an example (of how he uses integration between TickTick and Easyship. to help them understand how useful integration is in managing shipments effectively.

Transitions can be really useful when writing articles because they make it easier for the reader to fplow along with what you're saying. For example, if I were writing a paragraph about how integration between TickTick and Easyship helps me manage my shipments, I would use a transition word to connect each sentence together. first, then, also, etc. Here's an example:

In this sentence, I'm using "In addition" to show that I'm going to provide an example of how integration helps me manage my shipments better. In my next sentence, I'm going to state how integration helps me manage my shipments better by using a transition word ("Also". In my third sentence, I'm going to give another reason why I use integration between TickTick and Easyship by using a transition word ("Furthermore". This way, it's clear that I'm going from one point to another in a logical order without losing my reader somewhere along the way!

The process to integrate TickTick and Easyship may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.