In case you haven’t heard of it yet, Zapier (pronounced just like ‘happier’ 🙂 ) is a fantastic platform that basically functions like a hub for the world of web services, enabling you to connect your favorite web apps without any programming skills! There are more than 750 apps listed in Zapier—you’ll find everything from Google Calendar to Evernote and from WordPress to Instagram in their library.
We’re extremely happy to announce that MeisterTask is also available on Zapier. Via the MeisterTask Zapbook, you can connect our task manager with hundreds of other apps and effortlessly set up automatic workflows between them, via so-called “Zaps“.
The possibilities are almost endless.
Want a text message to be sent to your mother every time you complete a task? No problem. Automatically post an angry tweet when a task is assigned to you? Done. Order pizza whenever a new project is created? Probably not good for you, but certainly possible.
But seriously, there are tons of extremely useful automations you can set up with Zapier, such as creating recurring tasks, turning Google Calendar events into new tasks, adding task attachments to Dropbox, and much, much more.
How to set up Zaps for MeisterTask
First, you’ll need to create a Zapier account (Zapier offer a free plan, which is limited to creating Zaps with two steps. For more advanced usage, there are a number of different paid plans to choose from).
Once you have an account, you can explore Zapier’s vast app library to find apps to connect with MeisterTask, or use one of these handy templates to get started:
Alternatively, you can head on over to our Zapbook and start setting up your own Zaps from scratch!