What is Make
Make is a tool that automates tasks by connecting different web services and applications. Such services are called iPaaS (integration platform as a service).
Much focus is being placed on Make because it is an iPaaS with a high degree of freedom. Filters and conditional branching can be set in detail, so flexible data linkage is possible.
In addition, it is an iPaaS that can be used for both business and private purposes because it can be fully utilized with a free plan. Over 700 connections between Web services and applications are available (as of February 2021).
Apps created by combining services within Make are called scenarios, and connectors are configured with triggers and actions. A trigger raises the event set in the action.
Preparation for connecting with Make
In order to connect with Make , it is necessary to enable external connection of cloud BOT.
This page explains how to configure each module of Cloud BOT within Make.
Each page explains how to create a connection scenario example.
- Notifying by Gmail when BOT execution ends
- Executing a BOT when a new row is added to a spreadsheet
- Upload the file downloaded from Google Drive using BOT
- Upload the file downloaded by BOT to Google Drive
- Adding group data obtained by BOT to a spreadsheet
- Executing the list data obtained from the spreadsheet as the BOT input value (group data)
Connection templates for Make
You will be redirected to the connection template for Make page (separate window).