Connect our time tracking software with the tools you use everyday.
Zapier transfers info between your apps automatically with workflows called 'Zaps', so you can automate repetitive tasks with no developer assistance.
This guide will help you set up your Zapier integration :
What you can automate with Zapier
Invite new team member
List of Activities
List of Projects
List of Clients
Work Schedules - coming soon!
Examples of automations you can create
Clock in from Jibble when a Google calendar event starts
Create a new event in Google calendar when you clock in from Jibble
Create new timesheet entries in Jibble when Google calendar starts
Add new Jibble time entries to Google Sheets
Add new Jibble projects to Google Sheets
Add new Jibble activities to Google Sheets
Create projects in Jibble when you create new Asana projects
Create projects in Asana when you create new Jibble projects
Share time entries from Jibble in Slack
Adjust or Create Slack status when you start a new time entry in Jibble
Connecting Zapier to Jibble
Login to Jibble and click on Organization Settings
Select the Integrations tab and find Zapier on the list of the Integrations available.
You will see a modal that integrates with Zapier. Click on "Go to Zapier"
You will now be directed to Zapier.
Setting up your Zapier Integration
Create a Zapier account to create Zaps. You can run 5 Zaps on your free Zapier account.
In Zapier, connect to Jibble App. To do this, goto "My Apps"
Click "Add Connection" and search for "Jibble" App.
Connect to your Jibble Account to trigger an action in another app. Once Connected, Jibble App will now appear in your list of connected apps.
You will be redirected to authorize your connection to Jibble.
Once connected, you will be asked for the Jibble Client Id and Secret. You can find this on the "API Keys" tab in Organization Settings on Jibble.
In the "API Keys" tab, click the "Create a New Key" button and name your API Key.
Your Client Id and Secret are now generated, copy them to Zapier.
You can now create your first Zap. Use a pre-existing Zap or create your own custom setup with Zap Editor.
Each Zap creates a "Trigger" in one app (which holds the information you wish to transfer automatically), and initiates an "Action" in another app (where your data is sent automatically).