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DEAR Inventory + Miro Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between DEAR Inventory and Miro

About DEAR Inventory

DEAR Inventory is a cloud-based, inventory and order management application for SMBs. It combines an easy to use interface with powerful reporting and data analysis tools.

About Miro

Miro (formerly RealtimeBoard) is an intuitive visual collaboration and whiteboarding platform for cross-functional teams.

Miro Integrations

Best DEAR Inventory and Miro Integrations

  • DEAR Inventory Salesforce

    DEAR Inventory + Salesforce

    Add DEAR Inventory customers to Salesforce as new contacts Read More...
    When this happens...
    DEAR Inventory New Customer OR Updated Customer
     
    Then do this...
    Salesforce Create Record
    Maintain the accuracy of your customer datasets in your CRM and inventory management software. When a new customer is added to the DEAR Inventory, create a matching record in Salesforce so lead information can be sent directly to sales reps for follow up. Once active, this integration will automatically create a new contact in Salesforce for every new DEAR customer. This integration is perfect if you want to create your own personalized workflow of Salesforce data.
    How This DEAR - Salesforce Integration Works
    • A new customer is added to DEAR
    • Appy Pie Connect adds a new contact to Salesforce
    What You Need
    • DEAR account
    • Salesforce account
  • DEAR Inventory Salesforce

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    When this happens...
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Connect DEAR Inventory + Miro in easier way

It's easy to connect DEAR Inventory + Miro without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Customer OR Updated Customer

    Triggered when customers are created or updated.

    Actions
  • Create Invoice

    Create Sales Invoice

  • Create Sale

    Create a new sale.

  • Create Sale Order

    Create Sales order.

  • Create Sale Quote

    Creates a sales quote.

  • Create Board

    Creates a new board.

How DEAR Inventory & Miro Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose DEAR Inventory as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate DEAR Inventory with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Miro as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Miro with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of DEAR Inventory and Miro

  • DEAR Inventory
  • DEAR is an acronym for Describe, Express, Assess, and Respond to a situation. It is used in schops to teach children to be able to express themselves appropriately in a variety of situations. It is also used as a model to help teachers understand how they can help students develop self-awareness.

    The DEAR program was developed by Marsha Linehan, a psychpogist who specializes in the treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder. She created this program based on her own experience with Borderline Personality Disorder.

  • Miro
  • Miro is an open-source video player that is available for free on the Internet. It is written primarily using the Java programming language, but it has multiple plug-ins, which allows installation of other programs. For example, it allows installation of RealPlayer or Movist plug-ins, which allow it to play video files that are encoded using RealPlayer or Movist. It can also play video files that are encoded using different formats.

    Integration of DEAR Inventory and Miro

    Both DEAR Inventory and Miro have great potential in being integrated together. Miro would be used as a backup top to DEAR Inventory. However, the integration of both tops would require some reworkings. Here are some examples:

    • A student may have problems identifying his feelings when he is angry. In this case, instead of having him describe the situation that made him angry or identify what he felt when he was angry, the teacher may have him download Miro and play it while describing the situation that made him angry. The teacher may then ask him who he thinks he should talk to about the situation, and if he thinks that talking will help respve the problem. After discussing this with Miro, the student will most likely feel more confident in expressing his anger in a way that is appropriate because he will know that he can express his anger to someone who cares about him and who will listen to him patiently. The student may even decide to let go of his anger after talking to this person. Using Miro will enable the student to work on his awareness of his feelings before he actually talks to anyone else about it, so that he may be able to communicate effectively with others.
    • A student may be unable to identify what she feels when she is scared. In this case, instead of having her describe a situation that scared her or identify her feelings when she was scared, the teacher may have her download Miro and watch it while describing the situation that scared her. The teacher may then ask her what she thinks she should do about the situation and if she thinks that doing something about it will help make her feel better. After discussing this with Miro, the student will most likely feel competent in knowing what she should do because she can talk about her fears with someone who cares about her and who will listen patiently. She may even decide to confront her fear by doing something about it after listening to Miro. Using Miro will enable the student to work on her awareness of her feelings before she actually tries to do anything about them, so that she may be able to deal with them more effectively when she confronts them directly.
    • A student may be unable to identify what he feels when he is anxious or worried. In this case, instead of having him describe a situation that made him worried or identify what he felt when he was worried, the teacher may have him download Miro and watch it while describing the situation that made him worried. The teacher may then ask him what he thinks he should do about the situation and if he thinks that doing something about it will help make him feel better. After discussing this with Miro, the student will most likely feel competent in knowing what he should do because he can talk about his worries with someone who cares about him and who will listen patiently. He may even decide to change his behavior after listening to Miro. Using Miro will enable the student to work on his awareness of his feelings before he actually tries to do anything about them, so that he may be able to take appropriate action when confronting them directly.
    • A student may be unable to identify what he feels when he is mad at himself for making a mistake or not doing something right. In this case, instead of having him describe a situation where he made a mistake or identified what he felt when making a mistake, the teacher may have him download Miro and watch it while describing the situation where he made a mistake. The teacher may then ask him what he thinks he should do about the situation and if he thinks that doing something about it will help him feel better. After discussing this with Miro, the student will most likely feel competent in knowing what he should do because he can talk about his mistakes with someone who cares about him and who will listen patiently. He may even decide to forgive himself for making a mistake after listening to Miro. Using Miro will enable the student to work on his awareness of his feelings before he actually tries to do anything about them, so that he may be able to forgive himself for making a mistake when confronting it directly.
    • A student may be unable to identify what he feels when he is sad or lonely. In this case, instead of having him describe a situation where he felt sad or identified what he felt when feeling sad, the teacher may have him download Miro and watch it while describing the situation where he felt sad or lonely. The teacher may then ask him what he thinks he should do about the situation and if he thinks that doing something about it will help make him feel better. After discussing this with Miro, the student will most likely feel competent in knowing what he should do because he can talk about his sadness or loneliness with someone who cares about him and who will listen patiently. He may even decide that there are people around him whom he could turn to for support after listening to Miro. Using Miro will enable the student to work on his awareness of his feelings before he actually tries to do anything about them, so that he may be able to get support from others when confronting these feelings directly.
    • A student may be able to identify what she feels but may not be able to communicate how she feels in an appropriate way (i.e., she does not like being yelled at. In this case, instead of having her describe a situation where she was yelled at or identified what she felt when she was yelled at, the teacher may have her download Miro and watch it while describing the situation where she was yelled at. The teacher may then ask her what she thinks she should say back to those who yelled at her and how she thinks they would respond if she said what she wanted to say back. After discussing this with Miro, the student will most likely feel confident in knowing how she can express herself appropriately without yelling back at someone because she can see how others react when they yell at them back. She may even decide not to yell back at someone who yells at her after listening to Miro’s views on yelling back at others. Using Miro will enable the student to work on her awareness of her feelings before she actually says anything out loud, so that she may be able to express herself appropriately without yelling when confronting her feelings directly.
    • A student may be able to identify what she feels but may not know how she should respond to anyone who is bothering her (i.e., she needs an appropriate response. In this case, instead of having her describe a situation where someone bothered her or identified what she felt when someone bothered her, the teacher may have her download Miro and watch it while describing the situation where someone bothered her. The teacher may then ask her how she would respond if someone bothered her again and how others would respond if she responded in a certain way (i.e., asking why they were bothering her as opposed to yelling back. After discussing this with Miro, the student will most likely feel confident in knowing how she can respond appropriately without yelling back at someone because she knows how others respond when they yell back at someone who bothers them first. She may even decide not to yell back at another person when they bother her again after listening to Miro’s view on yelling back at others first before asking why they bothered her originally. Using Miro will enable the student to work on her awareness of how she should respond before saying anything out loud, so that she can respond appropriately without yelling when confronting another person directly after being bothered first herself originally by another person earlier without asking why they bothered her first before responding verbally appropriately herself lastly later on when confronted directly by another person later on directly again later on again after being bothered first initially by another person initially initially earlier on originally by another

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