Create Automated Workflows in Minutes
Eventleaf users now configure Eventleaf to perform a variety of tasks automatically, such as sending event invitation emails or publishing the event to your Facebook page. Called Zaps, the simple Zapier automations can be created in minutes without having any knowledge of coding.
Integrate with Multiple Desktop Apps
There's good news for event professionals. Your Eventleaf platform can now work seamlessly with thousands of web apps. Simply Zap Eventleaf with Gmail, Google Drive, Slack, YouTube, MailChimp, Calendar, and thousands of other apps.
Set Triggers for App Events
A trigger is an app event that leads to an action in another app. For example, you can create a trigger in Eventleaf that is fired when an event is added or updated. Another trigger can be set to go off when an attendee signs up for the event or updates the registration.
Execute Automatic Actions in Connected Apps
An action is something you set an app to do when a trigger is fired. For example, you can create a Zap for Gmail to automatically send an invitation email when your event is published or updated. Conversely, you can execute an action in Eventleaf that gets triggered by an event happening in some other app. For example, you can build a Zap that registers an attendee when their form is submitted in HubSpot.