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CalendarHero + WordPress Quiz Maker Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between CalendarHero and WordPress Quiz Maker

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About CalendarHero

Zoom.ai is a chat-based productivity platform that allows employees to safely automate routine operations such as meeting scheduling, file searching, CRM management, and document generation, allowing them to operate more efficiently.

About WordPress Quiz Maker

Quiz Maker is a website that allows you to create and publish quizzes, surveys, trivia, polls, online forms, personality tests, and other types of content.

WordPress Quiz Maker Integrations

Best ways to Integrate CalendarHero + WordPress Quiz Maker

  • CalendarHero WordPress Quiz Maker

    CalendarHero + WordPress Quiz Maker

    Delete Quiz in WordPress Quiz Maker when New Meeting Request is created in Zoomai Read More...
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    CalendarHero New Meeting Request
     
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  • CalendarHero WordPress Quiz Maker

    CalendarHero + WordPress Quiz Maker

    Delete Quiz in WordPress Quiz Maker when New Contact is created in Zoomai Read More...
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    CalendarHero New Contact
     
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    WordPress Quiz Maker + CalendarHero

    Create Contact to Zoomai from New Quiz in WordPress Quiz Maker Read More...
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    When this happens...
    CalendarHero New Quiz
     
    Then do this...
    CalendarHero Create Contact
  • CalendarHero CalendarHero

    WordPress Quiz Maker + CalendarHero

    Create Meeting Request to Zoomai from New Quiz in WordPress Quiz Maker Read More...
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    When this happens...
    CalendarHero New Quiz
     
    Then do this...
    CalendarHero Create Meeting Request
  • CalendarHero CalendarHero

    WordPress Quiz Maker + CalendarHero

    Create Contact to Zoomai from New Question in WordPress Quiz Maker Read More...
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    When this happens...
    CalendarHero New Question
     
    Then do this...
    CalendarHero Create Contact
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Connect CalendarHero + WordPress Quiz Maker in easier way

It's easy to connect CalendarHero + WordPress Quiz Maker without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Contact

    Trigger when new contact added through any of your personal scheduling links.

  • New Meeting Request

    Triggers when new meeting request created by you.

  • New Question

    Triggers when a new question is created

  • New Quiz

    Triggers when a new quiz is created

    Actions
  • Create Contact

    Creates a contact

  • Create Meeting Request

    create a meeting request

  • Delete Quiz

    Delete a Quiz

How CalendarHero & WordPress Quiz Maker Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose CalendarHero 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 WordPress Quiz Maker 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 CalendarHero to WordPress Quiz Maker.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of CalendarHero and WordPress Quiz Maker

CalendarHero?

CalendarHero makes it easy for you to create calendars, events, and reminders. The calendars can be public or private. Public calendars can be used on websites, blogs, your Facebook page, your Twitter account, your blog posts. You can also embed the calendars into any website using iframe.

WordPress Quiz Maker?

WordPress Quiz Maker is a simple quiz top that allows you to create quizzes for your blog or website. You can easily integrate the quiz into your WordPress site, or embed it on your external website. You can select from a wide range of questions and answers types, which include multiple choice, true/false, fill-in-the-blank and more.

Integration of CalendarHero and WordPress Quiz Maker

Plugin integration is a smart way to take advantage of each plugin’s unique features to give you a powerful combination. In this post, I will show you how to integrate WordPress Quiz Maker and CalendarHero to provide an even better experience for your users. In order to take advantage of this feature, you will have to activate both plugins. After activating each plugin, ensure that the settings are as fplows:

  • Under CalendarHero settings, make sure that “Use CalendarHero URL Shortening Code?” is checked. This will allow you to use the short URL for connecting your WordPress Quiz Maker quiz with CalendarHero event reminders. If this option is not checked, the short URL will not be active.
  • Under WordPress Quiz Maker settings, make sure that “Enable custom shortcode?” is checked. If this option is not checked, the short code will not be active.
  • In WordPress Quiz Maker settings, make sure that “Embed Quiz?” is checked. This will allow you to embed the quiz into your WordPress site and/or other external websites. If this option is not checked, the embedding option will be disabled.
  • Under WordPress Quiz Maker settings, under the General tab, make sure that “Show Responses?” is checked. This will allow you to show the correct answers for each question so that it is easier for users to see what the correct answer was. If this option is not checked, the correct answer will not be shown.
  • Under CalendarHero settings, under the General tab, make sure that “Show Calendar Events?” is checked. This will allow you to display calendar events on top of your WordPress site and/or other external websites. If this option is not checked, calendar events will not be displayed and users will not be able to see what calendar events they have scheduled.
  • Under CalendarHero settings, under the General tab, make sure that “Use CalendarHero URL Shortening Code?” is checked. This will allow you to use the short URL for connecting your WordPress Quiz Maker quiz with CalendarHero event reminders. If this option is not checked, the short URL will not be active.
  • Under WordPress Quiz Maker settings, under the Appearance tab, make sure that “Show Quiz Code?” is checked if you want to show the quiz code in your WordPress site or other external websites. If this option is not checked, the quiz code will not be shown.
  • Under WordPress Quiz Maker settings, under the Appearance tab, make sure that “Reset Answer Option Values After Every Question?” is checked if you want to reset all answers after each quiz question has been asked. If this option is not checked, answers will not be reset after each question has been asked.
  • Under WordPress Quiz Maker settings, under the Appearance tab, make sure that “Display Title And Description?” is checked if you want to display the title and description for each quiz question in your WordPress site or other external websites. If this option is not checked, titles and descriptions will not be displayed in your external website(s.
  • Under CalendarHero settings, under the General tab, make sure that “Allow External Users To View Calendars?” is checked if you want to allow external users (users who are not logged into your site. to view public calendars (in case you do not want to share private event calendars with external users. If this option is not checked, external users will only be able to view public calendars; they won’t be able to view private event calendars (if any.
  • Under CalendarHero settings, under the Advanced tab, make sure that “Allow External Users To Add Events?” is checked if you want to allow external users (users who are not logged into your site. to add new events on public calendars (in case you do not want to share private event calendars with external users. If this option is not checked, external users will only be able to view public calendars; they won’t be able to change existing events on public calendars (if any. 12. Under CalendarHero settings, under the Advanced tab, make sure that “Allow External Users To Remove Events?” is checked if you want to allow external users (users who are not logged into your site. to remove existing events on public calendars (in case you do not want to share private event calendars with external users. If this option is not checked, external users will only be able to view public calendars; they won’t be able to remove existing events on public calendars (if any. 13. Under CalendarHero settings, under the Advanced tab, make sure that “Allow External Users To Edit Events?” is checked if you want to allow external users (users who are not logged into your site. to edit existing events on public calendars (in case you do not want to share private event calendars with external users. If this option is not checked, external users will only be able to view public calendars; they won’t be able to edit existing events on public calendars (if any. 14. Under CalendarHero settings, under the Customize tab, make sure that “Customize Default Event Cpors?” is checked if you want to customize the default cpors for all new events that are created in your WordPress site or other external websites. If this option is not checked, default event cpors will not be customized; they will remain unchanged in your external website(s. 15. Under CalendarHero settings, under the Customize tab , make sure that “Customize Default Event Borders?” is unchecked if you do NOT want to customize default event borders for all new events that are created in your WordPress site or other external websites . If this option is checked , default event borders will be customized; they will be changed in your external website(s. 16. Under CalendarHero settings , under the Customize tab , make sure that “Customize Default Event Fonts?” is unchecked if you do NOT want to customize default event fonts for all new events that are created in your WordPress site or other external websites . If this option is checked , default event fonts will be customized; they will be changed in your external website(s. 17. Under CalendarHero settings , under the Customize tab , make sure that “Automatically Add Event To iCalendar File?” is unchecked if you DO NOT want to automatically add all new events that are created in your WordPress site or other external websites . If this option is checked , new events will automatically get added to iCalendar files; they will get added in your external website(s. 18. Under CalendarHero settings , under the Customize tab , make sure that “Automatically Add Event To RSS Feeds?” is unchecked if you DO NOT want to automatically add all new events that are created in your WordPress site or other external websites . If this option is checked , new events will automatically get added to RSS feeds; they will get added in your external website(s. 19. Under CalendarHero settings , under the Customize tab , make sure that “Automatically Add Event To iCalendar Files?” is unchecked if you DO NOT want to automatically add all new events that are created in your WordPress site or other external websites . If this option is checked , new events will automatically get added to iCalendar files; they will get added in your external website(s. 20. Under CalendarHero settings , under the Customize tab , make sure that “Automatically Add Event To RSS Feeds?” is unchecked if you DO NOT want to automatically add all

The process to integrate CalendarHero and WordPress Quiz Maker may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.