5 ways to simplify business processes with Typeform


Byline: Jack Beaudoin

With Typeform, you can build delightful interactions to collect the data and information you need in the format you want. But, of course, it’s what you do with the data after you collect it that drives customer interactions and actionable insights. 

Automating Typeform with other apps you already use can streamline the process and eliminate errors that come with manual data entry. Here are a few ways you can use Zaps—our word for the automated workflows you create with Zapier—to automate your marketing, collaborate on tasks, and more with Typeform. Read more

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