9 Things You Never Thought About Automating — but Should


Byline: Kristie Wirth Writer: Jack Beaudoin

When people think of Zapier, often they think about creating automated workflows for small business tasks, like accounting work or filling out spreadsheets. Of course, this is what Zapier does best—helping folks automate monotonous work tasks—but it’s not all that can be done. With thousands of integrations, the sky’s the limit.

I’ve written previously about some of the ways I’ve used automation in my personal life to do things like remembering to check in for my flights or improving my relationship with my sister. But a data scientist never sleeps (okay, that’s not quite true), and I keep finding fresh, new ways to connect apps I use every day, saving me time and getting even more out of my life. So here are nine more of my favorite Zaps that I hope will inspire you to seek out automation opportunities in your own life. Read more

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