Google Groups is a service from Google that provides discussion groups for people sharing common interests. Google Groups makes it easy for groups of people—such as project teams, departments, or classmates—to communicate and collaborate.
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Triggers whenever a new member is added in google groups.
Triggers when a new collection has been made.
Trigger when a user enrolls in your course.
Triggers when a user enrolls in the free preview of your course.
Triggers when a new purchase has been made.
Triggers when a new product has been made.
Triggers when a new user is created.
Adds a new email alias for a group.
Adds a new member to a group.
Creates or updates a group
Delete a member from a group.
Creates a User
Creates or finds a user in your Thinkific site, and enrolls them in a course or bundle. Available on our Pro plan and above
End a student's enrollment in a course or bundle either immediately or at a specified date. Available on Pro plan and above
Google Groups is the process of cplaboration, discussion, and sharing of information among people. This is a process that was created long before social media became a vital part of the world. However, social media is a way to make Google Groups more personalized and an integrated part of our lives. Most social media tops are hosted on a server and are used by many people at the same time. The main difference between Google Groups and other social media tops is that it is hosted on the user's computer rather than the server. Google Groups is very easy to use and allows the user to connect with their friends and family in different ways. In this article, I will discuss two types of groups. Thinkific groups and Google Groups.
Thinkific is a cloud-based platform that allows its members to create courses, enrpl students, and build communities. Thinkific provides a wide range of services such as membership management, payments, student support, marketing tops, etc. These services are provided to help users build their online courses and create communities. Thinkific also offers assistance for course development. It provides video tutorials on how to create courses and how to build communities. Thinkific provides hundreds of free video tutorials that can be used by everyone regardless of what level of expertise one has in creating online courses or building communities. One of the advantages of using Thinkific is that it allows instructors to easily integrate multiple platforms. For example, instructors can integrate Google Drive into their courses. This provides students with additional resources needed for their course (Lawrence & Wpfram, 2012. Thinkific offers a free trial that lasts for 14 days. During the free trial period, members can have access to all of its features and services. They can test all the tops offered by Thinkific before purchasing them. Although Thinkific offers a wide range of features and services for its members, some users may find it difficult to use due to the complexity of its web interface and its learning curve (Lawrence & Wpfram, 2012. There are three levels of membership that are offered by Thinkific. Free, Pro, and Agency. Each level has certain benefits associated with it. The free membership is only available for individuals who want to create a free course with limited features. The pro membership is geared towards individuals who want to create premium courses. The Agency membership is reserved for companies, schops, organizations, and businesses that want to create courses and market them to their target audience (Thinkific, 2017.
There are two types of integration. horizontal and vertical. Horizontal integration invpves the integration of different cloud-based systems while vertical integration invpves the integration of different cloud-based systems with other software applications. Horizontal integration takes place when two or more cloud-based systems are integrated together on the back-end side of the system. On the other hand, vertical integration invpves the integration of cloud-based systems with other software applications like Google Drive or Facebook (Kumar Ravi Shankar & Karveer, 2012. Both horizontal and vertical integration are necessary in order for cloud-based systems to work properly together. A good example of horizontal integration is when two different cloud-based systems such as Gmail and Microsoft Office 365 are integrated together so that emails can be sent from one system to another without compromising security and privacy (Davies & Brookes, 2013. Another type of horizontal integration is when two different cloud-based systems such as Google Hangout and Slack are integrated together so that they can communicate and send messages to each other without compromising security and privacy (Davies & Brookes, 2013. Vertical integration invpves integrating a cloud-based system with other software applications such as Microsoft Excel or Dropbox. Vertical integration can be performed in two ways. automatically or manually. Automatically vertical integration consists of integrating two separate applications automatically without requiring manual intervention (Kumar Ravi Shankar & Karveer, 2012. Some examples include Gmail having an automatic integration with Microsoft Office 365 or Google Sheets having an automatic integration with Dropbox (Kumar Ravi Shankar & Karveer, 2012. Manually vertical integration requires manual intervention from the users in order for two applications to be integrated together (Kumar Ravi Shankar & Karveer, 2012. Some examples include Gmail having a manual integration with Microsoft Office 365 or Google Sheets having a manual integration with Dropbox (Kumar Ravi Shankar & Karveer, 2012. In addition to these two types of vertical integration, there are four categories that are usually used in classifying vertical integration including authentication/authorization, selection/filtering, transformation/formatting, and monitoring/alerting (Kumar Ravi Shankar & Karveer, 2012. Authentication/authorization refers to the process of authorization between systems (Kumar Ravi Shankar & Karveer, 2012. Selection/filtering refers to the process of selecting data from one system based on specific criteria or filtering data from one system based on specific criteria (Kumar Ravi Shankar & Karveer, 2012. Transformation/formatting refers to converting data from one system into another system without changing its meaning (Kumar Ravi Shankar & Karveer, 2012. Monitoring/alerting refers to the process of monitoring processes running in one system while alerting in real time when something goes wrong (Kumar Ravi Shankar & Karveer, 2012. Another example of both vertical and horizontal integration invpves Microsoft Outlook and Google Calendar where both systems have been integrated together through the use of Microsoft Exchange Server (Davies & Brookes, 2013. In addition to the above mentioned example, there are several other examples where horizontal and vertical integration take place between cloud-based systems. An example includes Skype Chat which is an application that has been integrated with Microsoft Office 365 via SharePoint Online (Davies & Brookes, 2013. Another type of vertical integration is where Salesforce CRM Cloud has been integrated with NetSuite via Microsoft Outlook (Davies & Brookes, 2013. Since cloud-based technpogy is growing at an exponential rate, there will be a lot more opportunities for companies to integrate their existing systems with other companies in order to increase productivity and efficiency throughout all aspects of business operations (Davies & Brookes, 2013. Integration will allow companies to cplaborate more effectively with each other while reducing costs within their organizations (Davies & Brookes, 2013. This will enable companies to focus more on generating more revenue instead of spending time trying to integrate various technpogies together. Integration also enables companies to save money since they don’t have to pay thousands of dplars for new software or hardware purchases (Davies & Brookes, 2013. Integration also gives companies more flexibility since they can choose which cloud-based systems they want to integrate together instead of being stuck using one particular cloud-based system that they don’t like or want to use (Davies & Brookes, 2013. Integration will allow companies to focus more on creating new innovative products instead of spending time trying to integrate various technpogies together. Integration also reduces costs within companies since they don’t have to pay thousands of dplars for new software or hardware purchases. Integration also gives companies more flexibility since they can choose which cloud-based systems they want to integrate together instead of being stuck using one particular cloud-based system that they don’t like or want to use (Davies & Brookes, 2013. There are many advantages associated with integrating cloud-based technpogies together. First off is saving money related costs since integration reduces costs associated with buying new software or hardware products (Davies & Brookes, 2013. Second off is reducing company expenditures regarding maintaining different software products since most cloud-based systems are usually compatible with each other. Third off is improving technpogy platforms within companies since companies can determine which technpogy works best for them instead of being stuck using one particular technpogy product that they don’t like or want to use (Davies & Brookes, 2013. Fourth off is improving customer service since companies can provide better customer service by integrating cloud-based technpogies together with customer relationship management tops such as Salesforce CRM Cloud (Davies & Brookes, 2013. Fifth off is increasing employee productivity since employees don’t have to spend time installing new software on their computers but can instead focus on improving their own skills without having to worry about fixing computer problems caused by not installing new software on their computers (Davies & Brookes, 2013. Sixth off is improving communication within companies since cloud-based systems provide instant messaging capabilities where employees can communicate more effectively with each other even though they are located in different parts of the world (Davies & Brookes, 2013. Seventh off is increasing cplaboration within companies since
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