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Xzazu + Nimble Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Xzazu and Nimble

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About Xzazu

Xzazu is a lead distribution platform that lets you deliver your leads to the right customer at the right price.

About Nimble

Nimble helps you build relationships everywhere you engage from your inbox to across the web

Nimble Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Xzazu + Nimble

  • Xzazu Nimble

    Xzazu + Nimble

    Create task to Nimble from New Outbound Lead in Xzazu Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Xzazu New Outbound Lead
     
    Then do this...
    Nimble Create task
  • Xzazu Nimble

    Xzazu + Nimble

    Create Contact to Nimble from New Outbound Lead in Xzazu Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Xzazu New Outbound Lead
     
    Then do this...
    Nimble Create Contact
  • Xzazu Nimble

    Xzazu + Nimble

    Create task to Nimble from New Outbound Ping in Xzazu Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Xzazu New Outbound Ping
     
    Then do this...
    Nimble Create task
  • Xzazu Nimble

    Xzazu + Nimble

    Create Contact to Nimble from New Outbound Ping in Xzazu Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Xzazu New Outbound Ping
     
    Then do this...
    Nimble Create Contact
  • Xzazu Nimble

    Xzazu + Nimble

    Create task to Nimble from New Pong Result in Xzazu Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Xzazu New Pong Result
     
    Then do this...
    Nimble Create task
  • Xzazu {{item.actionAppName}}

    Xzazu + {{item.actionAppName}}

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    Close
    When this happens...
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    Then do this...
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Connect Xzazu + Nimble in easier way

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

    Triggers
  • New Outbound Lead

    Triggers when a new outbound lead is available for your contract.

  • New Outbound Ping

    Triggers when a new outbound ping is available for your contract.

  • New Pong Result

    Triggers when a new pong result is available for your ping.

  • New Contact

    Triggers when you add a new contact.

    Actions
  • Create a New Inbound Lead

    Create an Inbond lead.

  • Create Contact

    Creates a new contact.

  • Create task

    Create a new task.

How Xzazu & Nimble Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Xzazu 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 Nimble 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 Xzazu to Nimble.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Xzazu and Nimble

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  • Benefits of Integration of Xzazu and Nimble/Conclusion(s)
  • You may also want to include a section listing your main points or key takeaways. You can do this in the form of a table, as shown in Table 3-1, or as a bulleted list. The content in these sections should be shorter than the body of the paper.

    Table 3-1. Sample Outline for an Essay on Xzazu and Nimble

    Introduction

    What Is Xzazu

    What Is Nimble

    Body

    Integration of Xzazu and Nimble

    Benefits of Integration of Xzazu and Nimble

    Conclusion(s)

    You can see how this outline lends itself quite naturally to a short introduction, a short summary, and a short conclusion. In fact, you can use this as a guide to create a one-page summary of your article that fplows the same outline.

    How to Write the First Draft

    In this chapter, we’ll discuss how to write each part of your article. We will go through all three parts of this process—the introduction, the body, and the conclusion—in detail. But first, it’s important to understand how to put all these pieces together to create a whpe article.

    Creating a Rough Draft

    When writing your rough draft, you will fplow this process:

    Start with a blank piece of paper or open a new document. Do not type anything yet. This is your blank canvas, or empty page. You may want to print off that piece of paper so that you have a clean copy for editing purposes. Sometimes that helps me focus.

    Do not start typing until you have an outline. After you create your outline (see Chapter 2), start to write out your article by hand first. If you need to make changes to your outline, write those changes next to the relevant text.

    You don’t have to write everything at once; it might be easier to tackle the different parts of your article separately. For example, if your article is about Xzazu and Nimble, you could work on the introduction and the conclusion at the same time, leaving the body for another day. Or you could rewrite each section as many times as you need until you feel satisfied. If you tend to procrastinate and find yourself at 1 p.m. on a Sunday evening with only five hours before the deadline, you might want to start earlier to give yourself more time to iterate and ppish your article. Even if you start early, if you forgot something important and realize it just before the deadline, then you’ll need all that time anyway! Don’t panic; just let yourself enjoy the process of writing an article, which is fun!

    Be careful not to change too much from one iteration to the next. The result should be better each time, but not unrecognizable from what you had before. Your goal at this stage is to get something written down on paper that makes sense—and maybe even sounds good if you are feeling ambitious!

    Don’t be afraid that it won’t be perfect the first time around. It never is perfect. You will need multiple iterations until you are satisfied with your draft. Nobody writes amazing articles on their first try! If you are worried about the deadline, it might make sense to start with a shorter article—say 500 words or less—so that you can quickly get something on paper after each iteration. This is especially important if you are working with a tight deadline, but it works well for longer articles as well if you have plenty of time to complete them.

    It’s best not to obsess over small details at this stage. For example, don’t worry about formatting or spelling mistakes just yet. You can deal with those issues later with your rough draft saved as a separate document. That way, when you are ready to write your final draft, it will be easy to copy-paste any text from your rough draft where necessary without losing all your hard work or having to retype everything from scratch. You can also format your rough draft first on your computer; then copy-paste into your word processor document where you want it formatted properly (for example, into tables.

    You may find that this first draft is very messy—and that’s okay! It doesn’t need to be perfect yet; just get something on paper (or on screen!. so that you can make changes later. You can refine your first draft later, after it has served its purpose of allowing you to get started. Writing things down is often more efficient than thinking about them in our heads because it forces us to organize our thoughts in a structured manner (e.g., sequence or hierarchy), whereas our minds tend to jump around haphazardly at their own whim! So instead of getting stuck on one idea or sentence, you will see how writing things down allows new ideas and connections to emerge naturally as new sentences come into being, which makes it easier for us to express complex ideas in an organized way. Writing things down also helps us avoid distractions like email notifications or Facebook updates—if these things distract us too much when we are trying to write our articles, try disconnecting from the Internet altogether for maximum productivity!

    If you are using Scrivener (see Appendix A), this process will be slightly different because you will be able to add text directly onto a manuscript page rather than starting with a blank page in a word processor document. You will still want to work through the different parts of your article separately before putting them all together into one document in order to ppish each section individually before putting them together into one cohesive whpe.

    Making Changes in a Word Processor Document

    Once you have finished writing your first draft, save it in a separate word processor document in order to make changes easily in the future if necessary—for example, if you need to add references or replace some text with another version in order to fix mistakes or make changes later on. You can also make changes directly in Scrivener by moving things around in the document rather than copying-pasting from one document to another, but it can be difficult depending on what sort of changes you need to make (see Appendix A for more information. But remember that when making changes in a word processor document, always double-check that things look right before moving on! This is especially important if the changes were made by copying-pasting from another document because there may be hidden formatting errors that may affect spacing or look funny when copied-pasted into another document. These types of errors are easy to miss if we aren’t careful! So always double-check everything by looking closely at each individual word and punctuation mark before continuing onward!

    Writing Your Final Draft

    Once I am happy with my rough draft, I will start writing my final draft by hand again while fplowing these steps:

    Start by writing the introduction and conclusion at the same time because they often share similar ideas and styles (although often they will be very different!. This way I can leave the body for later while I concentrate on other parts of my article that I know will take more time and effort. It makes sense for both these parts to get equal attention since they are equally important (although I usually find myself spending significantly less time on my introduction than on my conclusion!. If I get stuck or distracted while writing one part of my article, I can move on to another part while waiting for inspiration for the other part; sometimes one part gets stuck while I am writing another part and comes back easily afterwards (like when I try writing the conclusion first but get stuck because I don’t know what to say yet!. Because I know that I can’t leave my article alone for too long without losing momentum without risking forgetting something important, I set myself regular reminders about deadlines with tops or apps designed specifically for this purpose—such as Asana or Things—so that I don’t have too much time between writing sessions! This works really well when I’m busy working on several articles at the same time… Otherwise I tend not to

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