The Clearbit Go Sample Code by Clearbit Developers presents API communication, allowing developers to create lead generation services. Examples available include autocompletion, company service, discovery service, person service, prospector service, and reveal service.
People and organizations start using Twitter today for general public announcements or as a primary communication channel in closed communities. For example, I use Twitter when I want to share a story with my students or announce a newly available studying material. But what do you do if there are some people who do not want to use Twitter and still rely on email communication? By using Twitter API and Google AppsScript you can write and run a simple mashup that sends an email anytime you post a new message on Twitter.
Google announced that it is changing the way that delegate settings are managed within G Suite. The Gmail API is being expanded to handle these settings, and the Email Settings API, which had previously been used for controlling delegate relationships, will be deprecated as of October 16, 2019.
With work forces becoming increasingly more mobile, there is a need for businesses to have quick and easy communication lines with employees on the move. Being able to achieve this with existing enterprise and telecommunication infrastructure means companies can improve communication with staff without increasing costs. This was the idea behind the creation of Red Oxygen. It's a service that combines the functionality of email applications with the convenience and mobility of text messaging. With the help of Red Oxygen's API, sending text messages from an application or CRM is simple.