Make, helps you to connect your Fusioo data to thousands of other online services such as Twilio, OpenAI, Slack and Mailchimp.
Using Make can help you automate repetitive and time consuming tasks. For example, if you want to automatically add a new transaction record in Fusioo to your accounting application, Make will do all the heavy lifting in the background and automatically perform this task.
If you do not have a Make account, create one from make.com. Make offers a basic version of their product, for free. We assume you know how to configure and use Make. Fusioo support can't help you with configuring this and/or the services that you want to connect Fusioo to.
There are several Fusioo modules available in Make:
Trigger - Modules
Action - Modules
When you start creating a new scenario and select Fusioo, you will be prompted to connect to your Fusioo account. This is how you connect your Fusioo account in Make:
This is an example to show you how you can create a scenario to send a message to Slack when a record is created in Fusioo.
Both when retrieving files from Fusioo or uploading files to Fusioo, each file needs to be handled separately. You can create an iterator to go through each file and then, at the end, use an array aggregator to combine the results of the iterator. Without the array aggregator, you will end up having an action for every file since the action would be part of the iterator.
If you update and delete a record right away in Fusioo, we won’t be able to retrieve it in Make. This will cause an error and the scenario will be disabled. To prevent this, add an error handler on the trigger to ignore or break when any errors are encountered.
Make connects with thousands of applications. This means you can reduce tedious data entry work by creating automatic flows.
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