For this particular trigger we've picked, we'll need to specify a Gmail label or mailbox.
At Google I/O 2017, the company announced that the same smart reply system will now arrive in Gmail.
The feature is rolling out soon in English, followed by Spanish in the coming weeks.
You can read about the inner workings of smart replies on Google's Research blog.
If an Airtable record does not exist for this name, the Zap will create a new one, and if a record does already exist, it will update the existing record's "Date of last contact" field value to match the new email's timestamp.
From the Zapier dashboard, under the "My Zaps" tab, click the "Make a New Zap" button: You'll then be brought to the Zap configuration page, where you can name your Zap. In this case, we would like Gmail to trigger a change in our Airtable database—so Gmail would be considered the trigger app.
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