What is Make?
Make is a web automation tool allowing you to connect different applications using the connections available. You can create integrations using Make, which can automate the actions you need to do. Each integration has a trigger - an event that starts it - and a body, which are the actions which are executed sequentially by Make. There are lots of modules available for you to use, allowing you to build all kinds of integrations and connections.
Check out the available integrations here.
Make uses polling to synchronize data. This could be done every 15 min, 5 min or even every single minute, depending on your integration payment plan. Most platforms have 15 min in their free offerings. However, if you need real-time data integration, you can use a generic HTTP WebHook Connector. The WebHook Connector will provide a unique URL for your scenario.
Ready to Use Make Integration Templates
Even though the connector is serviced by Make, we have prepared some ready-to-use templates with the most common scenarios to deploy inside Make.
Reach out to our Support Team with details on your integration scenario, and the team will put you on the right path to set the integration up.