Easily add new calendar events from your browser with Push by Zapier

Author: Jérémy Bourhis

6th October 2016

At Cronofy we love using Zapier to connect our favourite apps and create automated workflows. Pretty useful if you want to crunch stats or link two apps that aren’t integrated. We also thought it would be great to help people integrating calendars events into their workflows, which is why we created our own Zapier App over a year ago.

With the Cronofy Calendar API Zapier App you can easily set up triggers to integrate into your workflows when events are created and deleted. The beauty of it is that it works for every and any calendar service, no need to set up a different Zap for each calendar provider. Easy!

Today connecting calendars using the Cronofy Calendar API Zapier App has gotten even easier!

Zapier has just released a Google Chrome extension that along with the new Push by Zapier App allow you to simply push a button on your web browser to trigger a Zap. In the case of Cronofy it means that you can create new calendar events on the fly without having to navigate out of your browser tab.

You simply have to install the extension and build a Zap then the simple push of a button on Chrome will start your workflows.

If you want to start using the Cronofy for your Zap, install Zapier’s new Chrome extension, login into your Zapier account and start using Push, you will find us in the recommended Zaps list.

Then choose how you want to use Cronofy in your workflow as shown below:

cronofy-zap

Even better, it’s totally free to use Zapier’s Chrome extension and start automating Calendar events with Cronofy. Have a try and let us know what you think!

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Date: 6th October 2016 | Category: Cronofy