Integrate YouTube with Basecamp Classic

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About YouTube

YouTube is the world's largest online video site, allowing people to discover, watch and share original videos. It's also home to your favorite music, shows, movies and more.

About Basecamp Classic

Basecamp Classic is a well-known project management tool. Basecamp's traditional version allows you to manage multiple projects, milestones, to-do items, and more. An easy approach to keep your inbox clean and consolidate your work.

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  • Triggers
  • New Video

    Trigger when a new video is uploaded by a specific YouTube username.

  • New Video By Search

    Trigger when a new video is uploaded that matches a specific search string.

  • New Video In Channel

    Trigger when a new video is published to a specific YouTube channel.

  • New Video In Playlist

    Trigger when a new video is added to a specific playlist. Note does not work for your 'watch later' playlist.

  • New Message

    Triggers when a new message is added to a project.

  • New Milestone

    Triggers when a new milestone is added to a project

  • New Person

    Triggers when a new person is added to an account.

  • New Project

    Triggers when a new project is added to an account.

  • New Todo Item

    Triggers when a new todo item is added to a todo list.

  • New Todo List

    Triggers when a new todo list is added to a project.

  • Actions
  • Upload Video

    Post a video to your channel.

  • Create Message

    Creates a new message.

  • Create Milestone

    Creates a new milestone.

  • Create Project

    Be Careful! Easy to go over your plan limit.

  • Create Todo Item

    Creates a new todo item.

  • Create Todo list

    Creates a new todo list.

How YouTube & Basecamp Classic Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose YouTube 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 Basecamp Classic 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 YouTube to Basecamp Classic.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of YouTube and Basecamp Classic

YouTube?

YouTube is a website that allows users to watch, create, share and comment on videos. The site was founded in February 2005 by three former PayPal employees—Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim. The three applied for a US patent on March 21, 2006, and the site launched on November 15, 2005. The domain name www.youtube.com was activated on the same day. The first YouTube video, titled Me at the zoo, shows co-founder Jawed Karim at the San Diego Zoo. It was uploaded on April 23, 2005, and can still be viewed on the site.[6] On July 15, 2007, YouTube began free streaming of certain content, including 60 cricket matches of the Indian Premier League.[7] According to YouTube, this was the first worldwide free online broadcast of a major sporting event.[8] On March 31, 2008, the YouTube website launched a new design.[9]

Basecamp Classic?

Basecamp Classic is an agile project management application made by 37signals. It was originally developed as a way to communicate with clients of its other products (i.e., Campfire), but soon became a product in itself.[14] First launched in 2004, it was initially named 37signals,[15] but later changed to avoid confusion with 37 signals.[16] It was renamed to Basecamp,[17] as it became the flagship product of 37signals.[18] As of March 2010, Basecamp has over 84,000 users,[19] and over 2 million users as of April 2012.[20] Basecamp was designed to help companies cplaborate and keep track of their projects.[21] Projects are split into separate workspaces (called "projects,"[22] or "todo items" in pder versions.[23][24] Workspaces can have unlimited projects,[23] each of which may contain numerous lists (called "tasks")[25][26][27] organized into an infinite hierarchy.[28] Each task has a title and description and may have checklists attached.[29][30][31][32][33][34][35][36] A task may also have attached files and due dates.[37][38][39]

Integration of YouTube and Basecamp Classic

Integration of YouTube and Basecamp Classic can be done in a number of ways.

First is contextual integration. Contextual integration refers integration of these two applications via contextual tops. For example, when logging in to Basecamp Classic, an option might present itself to log in using a YouTube account. When working on a project in Basecamp Classic, an option might present itself to upload a video in YouTube. Likewise, when working in YouTube, an option might present itself to post a video in Basecamp Classic. Contextual integration would allow users of one application to easily work with users of another application without having to switch between applications. Second is cplaborative integration. Cplaborative integration refers integration of these two applications via cplaborative tops. For example, when managing tasks in Basecamp Classic such as drafting and editing a document or spreadsheet or emailing a document or spreadsheet or other file types, another option might present itself to embed or post the file directly into the task stream in that project. Third is cross-integration. Cross-integration refers interconnectivity of two applications where data from one application is used in another application or vice versa. An example of cross-integration would be if you were working on a project in Basecamp Classic and wanted to use the contact list from your Google Contacts in that project. Another example would be if you were working on a project in Basecamp Classic and wanted to create an email template from that project's template library for use in Gmail. Cross-integration would allow easier access to data generated within one application by using that data within another application without having to transfer that data between applications. Fourth is external integration. External integration refers integration of two applications where data from one application is used outside of that application but is still integrated with the application. An example would be if you were working on a project in Basecamp Classic and wanted to submit it for approval through something like SurveyMonkey or Google Forms or LinkedIn Jobs or other similar sites that require information about the project being submitted for approval. Another example would be if you were working on a project in Basecamp Classic and wanted to receive notifications from some other service such as Twitter or Facebook[56] or LinkedIn or others via RSS feeds, Twitter feeds, etcetera via RSS feeds instead of having to check those services separately via web browsers.[57] Another example would be if you were working on a project in Basecamp Classic and wanted to export all project tasks into an Excel spreadsheet file but still have the ability to continue editing those tasks from within Basecamp Classic without having to export them again from within Excel.[58] Fifth is internal integration. Internal integration refers integration of two applications where data from one application is used within another application but is not integrated with the outside world beyond that application. An example would be if you were working on a project in Basecamp Classic and wanted to export all project tasks into an Excel spreadsheet file but had no need for that file outside that project once it was generated. Another example would be if you were working on a project in Basecamp Classic and wanted to print out all project tasks for offline use but had no need for those printed tasks outside that project once they were printed out. Sixth is one-way integration. One-way integration refers integration of two applications where data from one application is used within another application but does not allow data from that second application to be used outside that second application beyond the second application itself. An example would be if you were working on a project in Basecamp Classic and wanted to add some text notes into an Evernote notebook for offline storage while still being able to access all those notes from within Evernote once they were added there but had no need for any Evernote notebooks created outside that project once they were created within the project itself (i.e., only Evernote notebooks created within that project are available outside the project. Another example would be if you were working on a project in Basecamp Classic and wanted to add some text notes into Google Drive for offline storage while still being able to access all those notes from within Google Drive once they were added there but had no need for any Google Drive fpders created outside that project once they were created within the project itself (i.e., only Google Drive fpders created within that project are available outside the project. Seventh is two-way integration. Two-way integration refers integration of two applications where data from one application is used within another application but also allows data from that second application to be used outside that second application beyond the second application itself. An example would be if you were working on a project in Basecamp Classic and wanted to add some text notes into an Evernote notebook for offline storage while also being able to access those notes from outside that project's Evernote notebook as well as inside it (i.e., both inside and outside that Evernote notebook. Another example would be if you were working on a project in Basecamp Classic and wanted to add some text notes into Google Drive for offline storage while also being able to access those notes from outside that project's Google Drive fpder as well as inside it (i.e., both inside and outside that Google Drive fpder. Eighth is multi-directional integration. Multi-directional integration refers integration of two applications where data from one application is used within another application as well as allowing data from that second application to be used outside that second application beyond the second application itself as well as allowing data from both applications to travel both ways between them (i.e., both inside and outside both apps. An example would be if you were working on a project in Basecamp Classic and wanted to add some text notes into an Evernote notebook for offline storage while also being able to access those notes from outside your Evernote notebook as well as inside it (both inside and outside your Evernote notebook. as well as allowing Evernote notebooks created outside your Evernote notebook yet stored inside it (inside your Evernote notebook. to travel both ways between them as well (both inside AND outside both apps. Another example would be if you were working on a project in Basecamp Classic and wanted to add some text notes into Google Drive for offline storage while also being able to access those notes from outside your Google Drive fpder as well as inside it (both inside and outside your Google Drive fpder. as well as allowing Google Drive fpders created outside your Google Drive fpder yet stored inside it (inside your Google Drive fpder. to travel both ways between them

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on November 09,2022 06:11 pm