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Seliom and Vertical Response integrations

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Create custom Seliom and Vertical Response workflows by choosing triggers, actions, and searches. A trigger is an event that launches the workflow, an action is the event.

Vertical Response
Add a Contact to a List

Adds an existing contact on a list specified by ID.

Action
Seliom
Create New Case

Creates a case for a selected process template.

Action
Vertical Response
Create a Contact

Creates a new contact.

Action
Vertical Response
Delete a Contact

Deletes a contact specified by ID.

Action
Vertical Response
Get a Contact

Retrieves a contact specified by ID.

Action
Seliom
Make an API Call

Performs an arbitrary authorized API call.

Action
Vertical Response
Remove a Contact from a List

Removes a specific contact from a list specified by ID.

Action
Seliom
Trigger a Signal Event

Triggers an event with data to a case that is waiting for it.

Action
Vertical Response
Update a Contact

Updates a contact specified by ID.

Action

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