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Supported triggers and actions
Integrate Google Contacts and Todoist using the below triggers and actions
All Triggers - A trigger kickstarts the flow
Label created or updated
Triggers when a label is created or updated
Contact created or updated
Triggers when a contact is created or updated
Completed task with label
Triggers when a task with the selected label is completed. This does not trigger for recurring tasks.
Triggers when a new section is added
Triggers when a new project is created
Any task completed
Triggers when a task (including recurring tasks) is completed in the selected project
Triggers when a task is completed in the selected project. This does not trigger for recurring tasks.
Incomplete task added
Triggers when an incomplete task is added to the selected project
All Actions - Actions are the automated tasks
Add contact to label
Adds an existing contact to the selected label
Creates a new label
Creates a new contact
Updates the details of an existing contact
Fetches a contact by name, email address, or search query. Optionally, creates one if not found.
Add comment to project
Adds a comment to a project
Add comment to task
Adds a comment to a task
Invite user to project
Invites a user to a project by email
Creates a new project
Creates a new task
Mark task as incomplete
Marks the specified task as incomplete
Mark task as completed
Marks the specified task as completed
Moves the specified task to the selected project
Updates the details of an existing task
Archives the specified project
Fetches a task by title or ID. If the task does not exist, you can choose to create a new one.
Fetches the details of an existing user by email address. The user must be connected to your account.
Fetches a project by name or ID. If the project does not exist, you can choose to create a new one.
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