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Todoist + Mailgun Integrations

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About Todoist

Todoist is an online task management app that helps in organizing & managing tasks and projects for teams and individuals.With Todoist, you'll never forget another task or miss a deadline again.

About Mailgun

Mailgun is the email automation engine trusted by over millions of websites and application developers for sending, receiving and tracking emails.

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Best ways to Integrate Todoist + Mailgun

  • Todoist Todoist

    Mailgun + Todoist

    Create Task to Todoist from New Unsubscriber in Mailgun Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Todoist New Unsubscriber
     
    Then do this...
    Todoist Create Task
  • Todoist Todoist

    Mailgun + Todoist

    Invite User to Project in Todoist when New Unsubscriber is created in Mailgun Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Todoist New Unsubscriber
     
    Then do this...
    Todoist Invite User to Project
  • Todoist Todoist

    Mailgun + Todoist

    Create Task to Todoist from New Subscriber in Mailgun Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Todoist New Subscriber
     
    Then do this...
    Todoist Create Task
  • Todoist Todoist

    Mailgun + Todoist

    Invite User to Project in Todoist when New Subscriber is created in Mailgun Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Todoist New Subscriber
     
    Then do this...
    Todoist Invite User to Project
  • Todoist Google Sheets

    Todoist + Google Sheets

    Save newly completed Todoist tasks as new rows in Google Sheets Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Todoist New Complete Task
     
    Then do this...
    Google Sheets Create Spreadsheet Row
    Do you want to archive your completed Todoist tasks for future reference? Don’t worry, with this Connect, you can archive all your completed Todoist tasks in Google Sheets. After you've activated this Todoist-Google Sheets integration, Appy Pie Connect saves completed Todoist tasks automatically to a new row in a Google Sheets Spreadsheet. Just follow our simple instructions and set up this integration without any coding skills!
    How This Integration Works
    • Triggers when a task is completed in Todoist
    • Appy Pie Connect adds that completed task to Google Sheets as a new row
    What You Need
    • A Todoist account
    • A Google account
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    Todoist + {{item.actionAppName}}

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Connect Todoist + Mailgun in easier way

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

    Triggers
  • New Complete Task

    Triggers upon completion of a task on a project.

  • New Incomplete Task

    Triggers when you add an incomplete task to a project.

  • New Project

    Triggers upon creation of every new project.

  • New Subscriber

    Triggers whenever a new subscriber is added.

  • New Unsubscriber

    Triggers when a current subscriber unsubscribed.

    Actions
  • Create Task

    Creates a new task.

  • Invite User to Project

    Sends an e-mail to a person, inviting them to use one of your projects.

How Todoist & Mailgun Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Todoist 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 Mailgun 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 Todoist to Mailgun.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Todoist and Mailgun

  • Todoist?
  • Todoist is a powerful task management app for teams & individuals. It helps you get your work done from anywhere, on any device.

    Todoist allows you to use the power of teamwork, with a shared inbox and a calendar view so your team can see what everyone else is working on. Cplaborate with your teammates and focus on the work that matters.

  • Mailgun?
  • Mailgun is the best way to send transactional email – period.

    Mailgun’s REST API makes it easy to send emails from your PHP, Ruby, Python or Node app. Whether you’re building an ecommerce site, a community forum, or an internal application, we’ve got you covered.

  • Integration of Todoist and Mailgun
  • Todoist provides a basic command line utility called todoist-cli to manage and manipulate tasks and projects. However, I was looking for other ways to integrate Todoist and other third party services. I found an open source project called todoist-cli-mailgun which allows me to integrate Mailgun into my existing Todoist workflow. The fplowing commands will install the necessary npm packages and configure the integration.

    $ npm i -g @todoist/cli $ npm i -g todoist-cli-mailgun $ todoist-cli-mailgun init

    The result of this command is a file at ~/.config/todoist/mailgun_config.json . Here is an example:

    { "key" . "mymailgunkey", "domain" . "mymailgundomain.com", "method" . "POST", "path" . "/api/messages", "auth" . { "user" . "MAILGUN_USERNAME", "pass" . "MAILGUN_PASSWORD" } }

    The format is pretty straightforward. It requires an API key for my Mailgun account, the domain name of my account, the path that Mailgun will POST data to, username and password for authentication with Mailgun. Note that this configuration file must be kept secure as anyone who has access to this file can send emails with Mailgun using my account.

    At this point, my Todoist CLI is now integrated with Mailgun. I can now send emails from any task by running the fplowing command:

    $ todoist mailgun --title "A title here" --message 'This is the message' --to '[email protected]' --cc '[email protected]' --attachments /path/to/file/a.txt --scheduled-at '2019-01-01 12:00' --scheduled-for 30days --context 'a context' --due-at '2019-01-01 00:00' --due-for 1day --auto-add true --priority high --tags 'foo bar baz' --assignee '[email protected]'

    Let’s break down some of these arguments:

    --title “A title here” – This is the subject line of the email.

    – This is the subject line of the email. --message “This is the message” – This is the body of the email. It accepts variables like $name which will be replaced with the user’s name or email address if passed via arguments (see below. The message accepts Markdown syntax, so you can write more complex text with bpd, italic, headers, etc. I used this feature to include an attachment in my message body which I will discuss in greater detail below. Also note that you can leave out this argument if you want to leave the subject line blank. The subject line of the email will be automatically set to “Task created by $task_id $project $created_by $due_at $due_for $context $tags $priority $assignee” where $task_id , $project , $created_by , $due_at , $due_for , $context , $tags , $priority , and $assignee are replaced with actual values based on the task being processed. More on this later in this post when I go over how to send HTML emails in Mailgun.

    – This is the body of the email. It accepts variables like which will be replaced with the user’s name or email address if passed via arguments (see below. The message accepts Markdown syntax, so you can write more complex text with bpd, italic, headers, etc. I used this feature to include an attachment in my message body which I will discuss in greater detail below. Also note that you can leave out this argument if you want to leave the subject line blank. The subject line of the email will be automatically set to “Task created by $task_id $project $created_by $due_at $due_for $context $tags $priority $assignee” where , , , , , , , and are replaced with actual values based on the task being processed. More on this later in this post when I go over how to send HTML emails in Mailgun. --to “[email protected]” – This argument lets me specify who should receive this email from Todoist via Mailgun. To receive email notifications directly from Todoist, I had to create a separate mailbox in Mailgun and set up SMTP delivery to that mailbox instead of directly to my Gmail account. I also had to add a CNAME record for [email protected] pointing at mailgunus2.mailgun.org so that Mailgun knew where to deliver email messages sent to [email protected] . More on this later in this post when I go over how to setup SMTP delivery for Todoist notifications in Mailgun.

    – This argument lets me specify who should receive this email from Todoist via Mailgun. To receive email notifications directly from Todoist, I had to create a separate mailbox in Mailgun and set up SMTP delivery to that mailbox instead of directly to my Gmail account. I also had to add a CNAME record for pointing at so that Mailgun knew where to deliver email messages sent to . More on this later in this post when I go over how to setup SMTP delivery for Todoist notifications in Mailgun. --cc "[email protected]" – Similarly, this argument gives me a way to specify who should receive cc emails from Todoist via Mailgun. The format of this argument is slightly different because cc addresses are not included in the subject line of the email in Todoist but are added after the body in the <Cc> header of an email by Mailgun when sending cc emails through their API via their SMTP server. Again, I had to create a separate mailbox in Mailgun for [email protected] and set up SMTP delivery for that mailbox instead of directly to my Gmail account so that Mailgun could properly pass cc information when sending emails through their SMTP server when sending cc notifications through their API via their SMTP server. More on this later in this post when I go over how to setup SMTP delivery for cc notifications in Mailgun. Note that cc emails are sent by default, but they can be turned off by passing false for this option when calling mailgun . More on this below in the section about configuring Todoist CLI via environment variables or command line options when calling mailgun .

    – Similarly, this argument gives me a way to specify who should receive cc emails from Todoist via Mailgun. The format of this argument is slightly different because cc addresses are not included in the subject line of the email in Todoist but are added after the body in the header of an email by Mailgun when sending cc emails through their API via their SMTP server. Again, I had to create a separate mailbox in Mailgun for and set up SMTP delivery for that mailbox instead of directly to my Gmail account so that Mailgun could properly pass cc information when sending emails through their SMTP server when sending cc notifications through their API via their SMTP server. More on this later in this post when I go over how to setup SMTP delivery for cc notifications in Mailgun. Note that cc emails are sent by default, but they can be turned off by passing for this option when calling . More on this below in the section about configuring Todoist CLI via environment variables or command line options when calling . --

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