Rake was built to play nice with thousands of apps and see nearly everything as a message. When you send money with Venmo, you're sending a monetary based message. When you create a Google Task or an Asana Task you're sending a message with a request for action. When you receive an alert about your home security system, you're receiving a message about a threshold that has been crossed. Almost everything is a message.
While Rake builds more and more direct integrations growing the reach of two-way omnichannel chat, simplifying team collaboration and improving automated message logic, customers are using Zapier, to help connect Rake with applications like Hubspot and Gmail and platforms like Shopify and Twilio.
Let's look at some of the Zaps the Rake company is using today:
When you visit Rake on Zapier, you'll notice Rake includes a BETA tag. This is great news for you because until we emerge from BETA, we are willing to build Zaps for you, free of charge. Zaps will always be free to use but typically you or someone on your team will be responsible for building your Zaps. These builds don't take more than 10 minutes but it's easy for us to understand why you don't want to invest 10 minutes - time is money!!
Send us an email requesting help with your Zaps and we'll schedule a time with you to discuss how we can help you use Rake with Zapier and improve your workflows and create time saving automation. Our email: hello at rake.ai
Below, you'll see several clickable Zap templates that include Rake and a popular application that you may be using today. Give them a click and you'll be able to customize the Zap to fit your daily workflows.
Here are some ideas for Zaps. Do you use a Google calendar and want to try Rake tasks? You can easily create a Zap to connect Rake tasks with your Google calendar. The Zap will find the due date and time of the Rake task and post an item on your Google calendar to help remind you you have a task due. Do you use Discord? You can easily post messages from Discord in your Rake workspace, using a Zap.
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