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Mailshake + Shipcloud Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Mailshake and Shipcloud

About Mailshake

Mailshake is an email outreach tool that has features like mail merge and auto follow-ups to make email outreach fast and effective. Appy Pie Connect allows you to instantly connect Mailshake with over 100 other apps to help you automate your workflow.

About Shipcloud

shipcloud is the shipping service provider and represents a new generation in package shipping. A cloud-based service, it enables small and medium-sized online vendors to work easily and efficiently with all major shipping providers.

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    Triggers
  • New Click

    Triggers when a recipient clicks on a link.

  • New Lead

    Triggers when a lead is created.

  • New Lead Status

    Triggers when the status of a lead changes.

  • New Message Sent

    Triggers when an email is sent to a recipient from one of the campaign sequence messages.

  • New Open

    Triggers when a recipient opens an email.

  • New Reply

    Triggers when a recipient replies to one of your messages.

  • New Shipment Status

    Triggers when a status for a shipment has been reached.

    Actions
  • Add Recipient by Email Address

    Adds a single recipient to a campaign. NOTE: This can cause emails to immediately be sent.

  • Add Recipients by Email Addresses

    Adds multiple recipients to a campaign. NOTE: this can cause emails to be immediately sent

  • Create Leads

    Creates leads from existing recipients that match the given email addresses.

  • Pause Unpause Campaign

    Pauses or unpauses all sending for a campaign. When pausing, emails currently being sent will not be stopped. When unpausing, the sending calendar will be rescheduled to account for any pending emails.

  • Pause Unpause Recipient

    Pauses or unpauses a recipient from receiving pending emails. WARNING: When unpausing, this may cause emails to be sent immediately.

  • Unsubscribe Recipients

    Unsubscribes one or more recipients from all current and future campaigns for your team.

  • Update Lead Status

    Updates lead status to Won, Lost, Ignored, or Reopened.

  • Create Shipment

    Adding this action into your Connect will create a real shipment. To avoid being charged you can use your sandbox key for creating the connect and switch to the live api key once everything works fine.

  • Create Shipment Quote

    Creates a new shipment quote.

How Mailshake & Shipcloud Integrations Work

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

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate Mailshake with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

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

    (30 seconds)

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

    (10 seconds)

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

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Mailshake and Shipcloud

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Integration of Mailshake and Shipcloud

Benefits of Integration of Mailshake and Shipcloud

Grammar Rules

Apostrophes are used to form the plurals of nouns and to mark the possessive case. In this way, you can use an apostrophe to mark plural nouns. In addition, when a letter s comes before a vowel, you must add an apostrophe. You can also use an apostrophe to form contractions. For example, you will often see “don’t” in place of “do not”. This makes your writing more natural and easier to read.

For example. I received three email messages from my friends in the U.S. It was a normal day at the office until I received a message from my friend in New York saying that he had been mugged in his apartment building. The ppice were investigating the incident and my friend was taken to the hospital.

In simple words, you should use an apostrophe for two different scenarios. to form the plural of a noun or to indicate possession. For example. My brother and his friends came back from their trip to Boston yesterday. They said that they enjoyed Boston and its people. This indicates that Boston belongs to the people who live there. On the other hand, we cannot say “Boston and them” because we do not know who owns Boston. Therefore, we will say “Boston and its people” because it is clear that “Boston” is a noun which is owned by its people. You will also notice that you should use an apostrophe to form plurals of numbers such as “10’s”, “100’s” and “1000’s”.

Apart from forming the plural and indicating possession, you should remember that an apostrophe (‘. is also used in certain fixed expressions such as “it’s”, “its” and “who’s” to indicate “it is”, “it has” and “he/she/it is” respectively. For example. It is raining outside; who is she talking to However, if these expressions are fplowed by another word, then the apostrophe should be replaced with a hyphen (-. For example. I have never eaten in a restaurant called ‘Whose House’ But I have heard that the food they serve is delicious.

When using an apostrophe to form contractions, it is important to note that, depending on the type of contraction, the apostrophe will be placed differently. For example, if you are forming a contraction with an added ‘not,’ then you will need to have an apostrophe after the contraction. Here are some examples. I am not going to continue my study in the U.S.; She is not very friendly; He cannot play tennis anymore; We are not going to leave soon; It was not worth it; We will never forget you; I was not able to go with him; He does not like sports; She is not my friend any longer; We did not make any progress last week; She has never visited Rome before; They are not my favorite singers anymore.

Another scenario when you need to use an apostrophe to form contractions with ‘not’ is when you are forming a contraction with an added ‘will’ or ‘shall’ or when you are forming a contraction with an added ‘has’ or ‘have’ or ‘can’ or ‘cannot’ or ‘had’ or ‘had not.’ A few examples will help you understand this concept better. I am not going to continue my study in the U.S.; He shall not go there; Will they come; She has never visited Rome before; He has never seen snow before; They cannot speak English anymore; He had not studied enough for the test; We cannot move forward considering the current challenges; She can speak three languages fluently; We cannot complete this project without more resources.

Finally, when forming contractions with an added ‘to,’ you need to place an apostrophe after the added ‘to’ instead of after the contraction itself. For example. We are not going to leave soon; She is not very friendly; It was not worth it; He does not like sports; They are not my favorite singers anymore; She has never visited Rome before; They cannot speak English anymore; He had not studied enough for the test; We will never forget you; We did not make any progress last week; I was not able to go with him; She is not my friend any longer; I was not able to go with him; He does not like sports; They are not my favorite singers anymore; She has never visited Rome before; They cannot speak English anymore; He had not studied enough for the test; We will never forget you; We did not make any progress last week; I was not able to go with him; She is not my friend any longer; I was not able to go with him.

Grammar Rules Exercise 1

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