Zapier is an online program that makes many of my automations possible. Zapier essentially links various programs together in ways that aren’t possible alone. Google drive documents can be connected to OmniFocus, Airtable, Dropbox, and many, many more programs. It can send out emails and text messages, in addition to connecting to Slack and Twitter.
I often use Zapier to utilize webhooks to connect it to Shortcuts. This allows Zapier to link with even more programs than what is included in the original programming.
Dropbox, Google Drive, Airtable, Pushcut, and Emails are some of my favorite programs to connect using Zapier. This program allows me to pull information from Google Drive, Shortcuts, and Airtable and send it off to a template in Google Drive or use it to send emails or notifications with Pushcut.
This program is crucial to many of my automations. I use it for my automatic contracts creation and other programs to create templates. Zapier checks out and checks back in music from my library, and manages a large part of audition management.
Zapier works as a subscription service, though it does start with a free level that will suffice for many people. This free level is a great way to get used to the program and see if it is useful for you.