Nutshell is an affordable, easy-to-use CRM that helps small-business sales teams win more deals.
Keap CRM (formerly Infusionsoft) helps you grow your business, improve customer service & increase sales. Make customers happy.Keap Integrations
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Triggers when a lead is won.
Triggers when new Activity is created.
Triggers when new Company is created.
Triggers when a new Lead is created.
Triggers when new Person is created.
Triggers when a new appointment created.
Triggers when a new company created.
Triggers when a new contact created.
Trigger when a new invoice created.
Trigger when a new payment received.
Triggers when new tag is created.
Triggers when a new task is created.
Triggers when an existing contact is updated.
Creates a new Company.
Creates a new Lead.
Creates a new Person.
Updates an existing Lead.
Creates a new company.
Creates a new invoice.
Creates a new note on a contact record.
Creates a new task.
Creates a new contact or updates an existing contact.
Apply tags to a contact.
Nutshell is a Java application that helps you create, view, and edit your code. It is used by many students in this course, including me. It allows one to write code quickly without having to type in the entire program line by line. This is very helpful for short programs, but can be time-consuming for longer ones. It also automatically creates the files needed for the program. It also has many features that help one see errors in their code.
Keap is an app that requires Windows 8 or later. Keap allows you to easily work with multiple programs at once. It has many other useful features. For example, it can go back to previous versions of a file, allowing you to easily revert changes if something goes wrong. It can also take screenshots of your screen that are saved into a fpder that you specify. These are the features I have found to be most useful.
One of the things I love about both programs is how well they integrate with each other. One example of this integration is the “open with…” option offered in Nutshell. This allows you to select either Keap or another program to open the file with. The only downside to this integration is that, when you save a file in Keap, it will save it in Nutshell, which can get confusing if you are not careful. Another example of integration is that one can right click on a file in Keap and select “Open With” to open the file using Nutshell. Lastly, one can copy and paste code from Nutshell into Keap easier than the reverse. Overall, these integrations allow for seamless working between Keap and Nutshell, making them much more efficient than working separately.
The main benefits I have seen from using both of these programs is efficiency and error checking. I find that I am able to write and debug my programs faster than writing them all by hand and having to go back and fix any errors I made along the way. Also, because Nutshell and Keap both show errors in red text, where I would have made a mistake, I can easily see what went wrong and fix it before I move on with my program instead of fixing one error, then making another the same as the first before moving on. This saves me time and is much more efficient than debugging programs without this feature. Another thing these programs do is prevent you from making common mistakes. For example, if you accidentally leave out a semicpon or misspell a variable name initially, these programs will catch it and allow you to fix them before you move on with your program. If you had written out your code by hand without looking at syntax errors, you would have had to go back and fix one error only to make another with the same problem as soon as you moved on again, wasting more time than just fixing it as soon as you notice it. In addition, I find that I am able to think more clearly while programming with these programs because I know that they will catch any errors that I might have made along the way. Although this may sound counterintuitive, it actually makes it easier for me to focus on programming instead of debugging because I don’t have to worry about messing up on syntax or spelling errors, so I can concentrate on thinking through my program instead of trying to remember where I left off on a programming error ten lines above or below where I left it off at. In addition, because both of these programs allow me to work on multiple things at once, I find that I am able to juggle multiple projects at once, making me more efficient overall. In addition, these programs are great for people who don’t know much about coding yet because they provide a lot more assistance than a regular text editor does by providing cpor coded syntax highlighting among other things. Overall, these two programs make me a more efficient programmer and make it easier for me to work on multiple projects at once which make me more efficient overall.
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