Integrator – a basic step-by-step guide

Navigating the Main Interface

This article serves as a simple guide to help you easily navigate the main interface of Integrator.

  1. Click on your profile picture and open the Integrator.
  2. You can see the main structure of the page. The first one is Organization, its general overview. Here you can create teams, add users, edit their rights and roles, and see installed applications and variables.
  3. If you have multiple systems, you can switch between them by clicking on their name.
  4. You can return to the home page by clicking on the logo on the top left.
  5. Second, you see Team. Here you have an overview of all created teams and members of your organization. And you can set alerts and team variables here.
  6. In the scenarios, you can see specific automations that you can turn off and on and divide them into folders.
  7. Next are Templates – public and private. These are pre-made scenarios where you add your own values and then publish them. We are constantly working on new templates that will be published gradually.
  8. In the notifications section, you will find all warnings. If you click on the envelope icon, you can see more detailed information.
  9. When you click on your email, you will be presented with options – Profile or Sign out. If you go to Profile, you’ll find settings like your time zone, language, password, or add a token.
  10. Here you can see an overview of your actual connections. These are created automatically when you make and run a scenario. If your connection is disconnected, you can re-establish it here, or you can also delete the connection here.
  11. Webhooks allow you to send data from your website to other applications and automate many processes that you would traditionally do manually. If a module requires a public or private key, you can add it to the keychain in the module setting. Their administration can be done here.
  12. Data stores allow you to store data from scenarios or transfer data between individual scenarios or scenario runs. You can use data stores to store data from apps during scenario execution. Data stores are similar to a simple database. A data structure is a list of the columns for a table, that indicates the column name and data type.
  13. If you own an application and would like to link it to Make, you define its use and rights here in the settings.
  14. And that’s it!

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