Starting May 26, there will be changes to our Gmail integration for consumer Gmail users (Gmail accounts ending in @gmail.com or @googlemail.com) that may require you to change your Zaps. More information and details on how to work with these changes can be found on our help documentation about Gmail here: https://zapier.com/help/common-problems-gmail/#my-gmail-zap-has-an-error-about-connecting-to-google-approved-or-not-approved-apps
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Since our first communication with our consumer Gmail users on May 2, the list of applications approved by Google that you can send consumer Gmail data to has changed to the following:
Added to the Google-approved list: Contacts+, LionDesk CRM, Bombbomb.com.
Removed from the Google-approved list: Slack, Trello, and Asana. If you have any Zaps that send consumer Gmail data to these three apps, you will need to update them by May 26th to keep your Zaps working.
At the time of this writing, consumer Gmail users connecting Gmail to Google-approved apps on Zapier have until June 26 to re-authenticate their Google-approved apps on their Zapier account here: https://zapier.com/manage/gmail-permissions
The current list of approved apps can always be found in our help documentation about Gmail, and further changes will be posted here until final changes go live on June 26, 2019. Subscribe for instant updates.