With Loop-It™ for Gmail Google Chrome Extension, you can create loops directly through your Gmail account. When the plugin is activated, open an email message in Gmail, and a form to the right appears that lets you make new loops by clicking the Loop-It™ button, all inside your Gmail.
This plugin is available through the Google Chrome store.
After installing the Google Chrome extension, you’ll be able to make new loops right out of your Gmail account. Whenever you open an email with a new lead within your Gmail, a toolbar form will appear to the right. Some information from the email will be automatically pre-filled, or you can change or enter loop name, profile, loop template, and contact information.
Once you click ‘Loop-It™’ button, the plugin will create a new loop with all of the information you submitted.
Loop-It™ for Gmail is a Google Chrome browser plugin created by API Nation. Get it from the Chrome web store.
On the Google Chrome Extension page, press the ‘Add to Chrome’ Button and click yes to add the extension.
When installation is complete, you’ll have the API Nation icon in the top right corner of Google Chrome browser.
To activate the extension onto your account, log into your Gmail. You will need to click the ‘Connect dotloop’ button and log into your dotloop to connect the Loop-It™ for Gmail by API Nation extension.
Once you log in with dotloop, there will be a final confirmation screen. Click ‘START SYNC’ to finish the installation.
Congratulations! Now Loop-It™ for Gmail by API Nation is installed and ready to be used.
Q: Is Loop-It™ for Gmail available on browsers other than Google Chrome?
A: Currently the Loop-It™ for Gmail plugin is only available through the Google Chrome Store. We are working on offering it on Firefox and Safari.
Q: How many loops can I create? Is there a maximum amount of loops?
A: You can create as many loops with Loop-It™ for Gmail as your dotloop account supports.
If you are not familiar with API Nation, it’s a tool that works as a bridge between your favorite apps, like dotloop and Gmail, to perform powerful syncs and automation called Workflows.