Mailjet and Streak
Automate emails and SMS for new comments, contacts, tasks, and more by using Zapier to connect Streak and Mailjet.
Streak is a CRM platform built into Gmail. By connecting Mailjet and Streak, you can automate emails and SMS for tasks, comments, contacts, and more.
Streak - Streak is a CRM platform that is built specifically for business who use Gmail and other Google Workspace apps. Make collaborating, editing, and adding easier with a simple process and keep your pipeline moving.
Zapier - Zapier is an iPaaS provider that allows non-technical users to create connections between web apps using a simple interface. You will benefit from one of the largest app ecosystems, including over 500+ web apps to connect to, including Mailjet.
You can customize this integration with Triggers and Actions, including:
Box Change Pipeline – when a Box is moved between Pipelines.
Add Contact to Box – checks for an existing contact based on email address. Creates a new contact or updates the existing contact and adds the contact to a specified box.
Box Change Stage – in Streak.
Add Organization to Box – checks for an existing organization based on website. Creates a new organization or updates the existing organization and adds the organization to a specified box.
Updated Box – when a Field on a Box is updated.
Create New Box – in Streak.
Box Email Received Count Change – when the counter for emails received on a box changes.
Create Comment – create a comment on a box.
New Comment – when a new box is created.
Create Task – create a new Task on a Box.
Updated Contact – in Streak.
Edit Box – edit fields, stage, assigned to, name and notes on an existing box.
New Box – in Streak.
Edit Task – edit a task by providing box key and task text or by providing a task key.
New Contact – in Streak.
Get File by File Key – retrieve a file by providing the file key.
Task Complete – in Streak.
Get Full Thread by Key – gets a full unified thread given a thread key.
New Task – in Streak.
Link Boxes – link multiple boxes together.
Task Due – when a Task becomes due, but it not yet completed.
Create Meeting / Call Log – create a new Meeting or Call Log on a box.
New Email Event – when an event occurs with a Mailjet contact (supported events: email sent, opened, clicked, bounced, spam, blocked).
Update Contact – update a contact by providing a contact key.
New Parse API Inbound Email – in Mailjet.
Find a Box – find a box by name, key, or fuzzy query.
New Subscribe – when a contact subscribes in a Mailjet contact list.
Find a Contact – searches for an existing contact by contact key, box key, or other information (like email address).
New Unsubscribe – when a user unsubscribes from a certain contacts list.
Find an Organization – searches for an existing organization.
Find or Create Box – in Streak.
Send HTML Email – send an email through your Mailjet account with HTML content.
Send Plain Text Email – send an email through your Mailjet account with plain text content.
Send an Email Campaign to a List – send an email campaign through your Mailjet account to a full contact list.
Send Email Using a Mailjet Template – send an email through your Mailjet account using saved Mailjet email template. It can be customized with Contact Properties and Variables.
Send SMS – send an SMS to a number.
Subscribe Contact to Mailjet List – adds a new Contact to your MailJet account and subscribes it to a specific Contact List.
Unsubscribe Contact From Mailjet List – unsubscribes a Contact from a specific Contact List in your Mailjet account.
Update Contact Properties – update in real time the Contact Properties of a Contact in your Mailjet account.
Manage your contact lists without worrying about global data privacy regulations or data security. Mailjet is GDPR compliant and ISO 27001 certified, meaning that it guarantees an optimal level of email data privacy and security.
Connect Mailjet to Streak without any programming skills. Enjoy the benefits of workflow automation:
Step 1: Connect your Mailjet and Streak accounts in Zapier.
Step 2: Select the trigger app to kick off your automation.
Step 3: Pick your preferred action from the other app.
Step 4: Choose the data you want to send between the two apps.