What is Make?
Make, formerly known as Integromat, is a powerful and versatile cloud-based automation platform that allows users to connect and automate workflows between different online services, applications, and systems.
Make is widely used by businesses and individuals to automate repetitive tasks, streamline workflows, and integrate various cloud-based services. Its versatility and advanced features make it suitable for a wide range of use cases, from simple data transfers to complex business process automation.
Make is similar to other integration platforms but offers more advanced capabilities with a focus on in-depth automation.
What makes Make strong?
- Make provides a visual editor that allows users to create automation scenarios using a drag-and-drop interface. Users can define a sequence of actions, set conditions, and specify how data should flow between different modules.
- Make supports a wide range of integrations with popular online services, databases, APIs, and applications. This includes tools such as Google Workspace, Slack, Dropbox, CRM systems, and more.
- Users can manipulate and transform data within Integromat using various built-in tools. This includes functions for filtering, sorting, mapping, and transforming data to suit the specific requirements of the workflow.
- Make allows users to create complex automation scenarios with multiple steps. This enables the automation of intricate business processes involving data processing, notifications, and other actions.
- The platform includes features for handling errors and logging, providing transparency into the execution of workflows. Users can monitor the performance of their scenarios and troubleshoot any issues that may arise.
- Users can create and share templates for common automation tasks, allowing others to easily replicate and customize workflows. This helps in fostering a community-driven approach to automation.
- Make supports webhooks, enabling communication between different systems in real-time. Users can receive and send HTTP requests, allowing for seamless integration with external APIs.
- Automation scenarios can be triggered based on events, schedules, or specific conditions. This flexibility allows users to automate processes in response to changes in data or predefined schedules.
- Make provides debugging tools to help users identify and resolve issues in their scenarios. This includes step-by-step execution and data inspection features.
- Visual Workflow Builder
- Extensive App and Service Integration
- Data Transformation and Manipulation
- Multi-step Scenarios
- Error Handling and Logging
- Reusable Templates
- Webhooks and HTTP/SOAP Modules:
- Scheduled and Triggered Automation
- Debugging Tools
For individuals trying automation
For individuals automating simple work
For individuals benefiting from more sophisticated automations
For departments introducing automation for multiple users
For organizations rolling out automation to run key business functions