Interseller can automatically sync contacts into Breezy HR whenever they're added to a sequence. With Breezy HR, we can also assign which job  position they belong to at an account and sequence level. 

To connect Interseller to Breezy HR, you can visit the integrations settings tab and enter in your Breezy HR login credentials.

Adjusting the sync settings

You can select among one of the following sync options:

  1. Off - contacts won't be synced into Breezy HR
  2. Sync contacts when added to a sequence - contacts will sync over to Breezy HR
  3. Sync contacts only when they reply back - contacts will only sync over to Breezy HR when they reply

Enable/disable deduplication for Breezy HR

You can toggle on the deduplication setting for Breezy HR to be warned if a contact already exists in Breezy HR. This will mark the contact with the error "Exists in Integration" if we find that their email already exists in Breezy HR. If deduplication isn't turned on, then we won't check to see if they exist in Breezy HR. It's recommended to keep deduplication enabled to reduce having duplicate contacts within your integration. 

Changing the default job/pool sync

To change the default job or pool, visit the integrations settings tab. From there, you can change the default job that all candidates get synced to.

Changing the job/pool sync per sequence

You can override the default setting where contacts get synced at the sequence level. You'll need to visit the sequence's settings to adjust which job or pool stage they belong to. Be sure to select which job or pool stage contacts in the sequence will sync to since this can't be re-synced if contacts are added first and then later a job or pool stage is selected for the sequence to sync to. 

Disable syncing sequences to Breezy HR

You can also disable syncing a sequence over to Breezy HR in the "Sync" tab within the sequence's settings. If you don't want contacts to sync over to Breezy HR, you'll want to make sure this is enabled first before adding contacts into the sequence.

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