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Zoho Sheet + Device Magic Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Zoho Sheet and Device Magic

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About Zoho Sheet

Zoho Sheet is a real-time spreadsheet app that lets you create, edit, share, and collaborate on spreadsheets in the cloud.

About Device Magic

Device Magic is a professional mobile app and web app that allows your teams to complete forms and collect data anywhere, anytime. It helps organizations make seamless digital transformations to eliminate paperwork, improve data collection processes, and increase operational efficiency.

Device Magic Integrations

Best ways to Integrate Zoho Sheet + Device Magic

  • Zoho Sheet Device Magic

    Zoho Sheet + Device Magic

    Dispatch Form in DeviceMagic when New Workbook is created in Zoho Sheet Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Zoho Sheet New Workbook
     
    Then do this...
    Device Magic Dispatch Form
  • Zoho Sheet Device Magic

    Zoho Sheet + Device Magic

    Dispatch Form in DeviceMagic when New Worksheet is created in Zoho Sheet Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Zoho Sheet New Worksheet
     
    Then do this...
    Device Magic Dispatch Form
  • Zoho Sheet Device Magic

    Zoho Sheet + Device Magic

    Dispatch Form in DeviceMagic when New Row is created in Zoho Sheet Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Zoho Sheet New Row
     
    Then do this...
    Device Magic Dispatch Form
  • Zoho Sheet Device Magic

    Zoho Sheet + Device Magic

    Dispatch Form in DeviceMagic when Updated Column is added to Zoho Sheet Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Zoho Sheet Updated Column
     
    Then do this...
    Device Magic Dispatch Form
  • Zoho Sheet Zoho Sheet

    Device Magic + Zoho Sheet

    Create Worksheet to Zoho Sheet from New Submission in DeviceMagic Read More...
    Close
    When this happens...
    Zoho Sheet New Submission
     
    Then do this...
    Zoho Sheet Create Worksheet
  • Zoho Sheet {{item.actionAppName}}

    Zoho Sheet + {{item.actionAppName}}

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    When this happens...
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    Then do this...
    {{item.actionAppName}} {{item.actionTitle}}
Connect Zoho Sheet + Device Magic in easier way

It's easy to connect Zoho Sheet + Device Magic without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Row

    Triggers when a new row is created in a specified worksheet.

  • New Workbook

    Triggers when a new workbook is created.

  • New Worksheet

    Triggers when a new worksheet is created in a specified workbook.

  • Updated Column

    Triggers when the value of a particular column is set on both new and updated rows. The corresponding row data is returned along with this trigger.

  • New Submission

    Triggers when your form receives a new submission.

    Actions
  • Create Row

    Creates a new row in the specified worksheet.

  • Create Worksheet

    Creates a new worksheet in the specified workbook.

  • Delete Row

    Deletes a particular row based on its index.

  • Search Row

    Searches for a row/record in the specified worksheet based on some criteria.

  • Search and Delete Row

    Searches and then deletes a row based on some criteria

  • Search and Update Row

    Searches and then updates a row based on some criteria.

  • Update Row

    Updates a particular row based on its index.

  • Dispatch Form

    Dispatches a Form to a target Device. This is only available to trial and enterprise organizations.

How Zoho Sheet & Device Magic Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Zoho Sheet 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 Device Magic 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 Zoho Sheet to Device Magic.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Zoho Sheet and Device Magic

Use of headings and sub headings will help you organize your article.

There are many ways of writing an article. For e.g. if the question is based on a topic you know well, you can write your article in a narrative form by telling a story.

If the question is based on a topic you don’t know much about, you can instead base your article on research.

In case the question is rather complex, you can use a multi-paradigm approach to answer it. In addition to using a narrative style, you can also use a descriptive style and a critical style as well to write your article.

We have provided a checklist for you here that lists down various points that should be included in your article that will help you write a good one.

Keep this checklist handy while writing your article and refer to it often.

Introduction – This is the first thing the examiner will read, so make sure it’s interesting and engaging so as to capture his attention from the very start. You can also use a hook sentence or a question at the beginning of the introduction to interest the reader. It should also give a brief summary of your thesis statement and your argument. Thesis Statement – A thesis statement is the main point you wish to prove in your article. It should be stated clearly at the end of your introduction. Make sure it is clear, concise and straightforward. If there are more than one thesis statements in your article, make sure they are clearly marked as such (e.g. (a. thesis statement; (b. thesis statement. Argument – Your argument should be based on facts and figures, not personal opinions. Make sure you present these facts and figures logically and coherently using appropriate evidence. Support – Support refers to those things that back up and provide evidence for your argument. Outline – An outline is basically like a table of contents for an article that divides it into sections and sub sections and makes it easier for the examiner to scan through the article quickly. Each section should be given separate headings and sub headings as appropriate and should be written in such a way that it contains everything that is relevant to its particular topic. Don’t just write everything you want to say in each section, but rather try to summarize them under one heading so as to present them concisely and clearly. Paragraphs – Each paragraph should contain one idea only and should not be too long or too short. A paragraph should normally comprise 3-5 sentences, otherwise it might seem vague and confusing to read. As a general rule, you should break up sentences into paragraphs whenever you begin writing about something new or whenever you want to change the direction of your argument, e.g. if you are talking about one topic in one paragraph and then suddenly switch to another topic in the next paragraph without clearly indicating what you intend to do so in the previous paragraph. Use of examples – Use examples wherever possible so as to illustrate your point more clearly for the reader. However, make sure your examples are relevant to the topic at hand or they might come across as irrelevant or unnecessary unless explained properly in support of your argument. Conclusions – A conclusion is basically like a summary of everything that has been discussed in an article so far, with some additional thoughts about what has been discussed in the body of the article itself. It should summarize all the important key points discussed in detail in the body of the article itself, but without repeating all information provided in detail in the body of the article itself (otherwise it is pointless writing it again in the conclusion. Present your conclusions in an appropriate format (e.g. in bullet points), rather than in simple paragraph form because it makes it easier for an examiner to scan through when reading through your article quickly when they are answering questions against it during an examination session. Introduction – This is the first thing the examiner will read, so make sure it’s interesting and engaging so as to capture his attention from the very start. You can also use a hook sentence or a question at the beginning of the introduction to interest the reader. It should also give a brief summary of your thesis statement and your argument. Thesis Statement – A thesis statement is the main point you wish to prove in your article. It should be stated clearly at the end of your introduction. Make sure it is clear, concise and straightforward. If there are more than one thesis statements in your article, make sure they are clearly marked as such (e.g. (a. thesis statement; (b. thesis statement. Argument – Your argument should be based on facts and figures, not personal opinions. Make sure you present these facts and figures logically and coherently using appropriate evidence. Support – Support refers to those things that back up and provide evidence for your argument. Outline – An outline is basically like a table of contents for an article that divides it into sections and sub sections and makes it easier for the examiner to scan through the article quickly. Each section should be given separate headings and sub headings as appropriate and should be written in such a way that it contains everything that is relevant to its particular topic. Don’t just write everything you want to say in each section, but rather try to summarize them under one heading so as to present them concisely and clearly. Paragraphs – Each paragraph should contain one idea only and should not be too long or too short. A paragraph should normally comprise 3-5 sentences, otherwise it might seem vague and confusing to read. As a general rule, you should break up sentences into paragraphs whenever you begin writing about something new or whenever you want to change the direction of your argument, e.g. if you are talking about one topic in one paragraph and then suddenly switch to another topic in the next paragraph without clearly indicating what you intend to do so in the previous paragraph. Use of examples – Use examples wherever possible so as to illustrate your point more clearly for the reader. However, make sure your examples are relevant to the topic at hand or they might come across as irrelevant or unnecessary unless explained properly in support of your argument. Conclusions – A conclusion is basically like a summary of everything that has been discussed in an article so far, with some additional thoughts about what has been discussed in the body of the article itself. It should summarize all the important key points discussed in detail in the body of the article itself, but without repeating all information provided in detail in the body of the article itself (otherwise it is pointless writing it again in the conclusion. Present your conclusions in an appropriate format (e.g. in bullet points), rather than in simple paragraph form because it makes it easier for an examiner to scan through when reading through your article quickly when they are answering questions against it during an examination session.

An outline for writing an article:

How to create an outline for an article:

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