Timely is a time-tracking solution that teams can rely on. Every user's tracked work activity is fully confidential, and they have complete control over what information they reveal. We will never encourage the use of creepy screenshots, keystroke monitoring, or other forms of surveillance.
Bitly is a link management software, which helps organizations create and manage custom URLs to support marketing campaigns.Bitly Integrations
Timely by Memory + BitlyCreate Bitlink to bitly from New Event in Timely by Memory Read More...
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Trigger when new event created.
Trigger when new event created for a selected user.
Trigger when you create a New Bitlink.
Action when create a project
Saves a Bitlink to your user history in Bitly. Returns a shortened URL.
Today, people are so active in using the internet. They are using it to search for information, send out emails, and instant message with friends. With all these activities, people are so busy that they do not have time to read long articles, or even complete a blog post. As a result, people are only reading the summary of an article. That is why I am writing this blog to provide a summary of Timely by Memory and Bitly.
Timely by Memory is a mobile app available at Apple Store and Google Play used to summarize articles. It contains many features to help the user to get the main idea of the article. Not only that, Timely by Memory can also save articles to be read later. For example, if the user wants to save an article to read it later, he/she can click on the “Save for Later” button at the top right corner. Also, when the user clicks on this button, he/she will be able to schedule when the article will be available to read. After that, he/she can use his/her Google Account to view the article. The user can also choose to share the article within social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.
Bitly is also an application used to shorten URLs. It helps users to track their clicks. Bitly has different features than Timely by Memory. For one thing, when users want to access an article, they don’t need to login with their Google Account. Also, Bitly doesn’t really summarize the whpe article; instead, it only gives the link of the article. Another feature that Bitly has is that it allows users to track how many times they clicked on that link. From this information, users can decide whether there are many people who clicked on their links or not. If not, then they may need to change the URL in order to make their readers more interested in clicking on it.
Although both applications are used for different purposes, they can still be integrated together seamlessly. First of all, Timely by Memory can be integrated with Bitly so that when a user wants to share an article through Twitter or Facebook, it will automatically add a shortened URL from Bitly while still being able to show a small summary of the article from Timely by Memory. This way, the readers of the shared article can see a preview of what they are going to read while still having a shortened URL from Bitly so that they don’t have to worry about typing long URLs into their browser. In addition, Bitly can also integrate with Timely by Memory so that when a reader shares an article from his/her Google account, a shortened URL from Bitly will appear above a small summary form Timely by Memory. In this case, it is better if Timely by Memory has a “Share Button” at the bottom of every article so that readers can easily share articles on Twitter and Facebook without having to go back and forth into the applications themselves. In addition, Bitly can also integrate with Google Analytics because that way, users can get more information about how many people actually click on their links from Google Analytics while not having to go back and forth from Google Analytics into Bitly.
In conclusion, integrating Timely by Memory and Bitly together will benefit both applications in many ways. For one thing, it will increase the users of both applications because they will be able to share articles easier with others. In addition, since both applications already have great features in them, they will not lose their unique qualities in order for them to fit in together. Lastly, it will enhance user experience because they won’t have to go back and forth between two different applications just to share an article or track how many times it has been clicked on.
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