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Make

Visual platform - design, build and automate your work

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Make product overview

Price starts from

9

Per month

Usage Based

What is Make?

Create without limits. Make lets you build as if you were a developer, without writing any code.

Key benefits of using Make

• Full execution histories for the previous two months are maintained for every scenario, and all operations are automatically logged by Make unless disabled by the user.

• Scenarios can be run manually for users to observe data flow, and scheduled for execution at different timeframes up to every minute.

• Built-in iterators enable the splitting of data to be processed separately, such as multiple attachments on a single email, and aggregators merge multiple files or other data into a single bundle.

• Make's error handlers allow users to create custom routes to handle exceptions, using custom logic and filters to apply specific instructions or commands for the execution to continue.

• A range of functions are included for working with numbers, text, dates, and lists, enabling the mapping of multiple items into a single field.

Typical customers

Freelancers
Small businesses
Mid size businesses
Large enterprises

Platforms supported

Web
Android
iPhone/iPad

Support options

Knowledge Base
Email/Help Desk
Chat
FAQs/Forum

Training options

Videos
Documentation
Webinars

Make pricing information

Value for money

4.8

/5

248

Starting from

9

Per month

Usage Based

Pricing options

Free plan
Subscription
Free trial
Pricing range

Value for money contenders

Make features

Functionality

4.8

/5

248

Total features

31

4 categories

Most valued features by users

API
Access Controls/Permissions
Monitoring
Real Time Monitoring
Dashboard
Data Visualization
Activity Tracking
Workflow Management

Functionality contenders

Make users reviews

Overall Rating

4.8

/5

248

Positive reviews

Rating breakdown
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend9.37/10
Rating distribution

5

4

3

2

1

214

27

5

1

1

Pros
No limit on routers, you can easily duplicate modules, easy to troubleshoot and amazing support. Easy to work with http post and webhook, always up and runing, we really love Integromat.

JB

Jonathan B.

It has a real good user experience when it comes to putting together a workflow. The GUI makes it fun to use, while it makes it easy to setup complex workflows.

FZ

Frank Z.

Really love this solution its really easy to use - with very fair and reasonable pricing too.

MB

Martin B.

Cons
There may be a single short example, which will be irrelevant to your scenario, which will make it difficult and frustrating to pick up from and learn. Most of the tutorials are difficult to follow.

BP

Baruch P.

Very high learning curve. Can be very frustrating to learn it as the documentation is sub-par lacking detailed examples.

BP

Baruch P.

Missing the Coinbase integration (getting info and making purchases).

RP

Rastislav P.

Overall rating contenders

Overall Rating

great platform for connecting your systems!

Reviewed 8 months ago

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Timothy L.: My name is Tim, I'm a software consultant. I would rate Integromat five out of five, and...

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Vasilis S.

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Program Development, self-employed

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Overall Rating

Is Integromat 'the glue on the internet' as they claim to be?

Reviewed 6 months ago

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Vasilis S.: I am Vasilis. I am PhD engineer. I give Integromat five stars. For more reviews, you may...

Overall Rating
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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I automated work of 2 people within 1 week.

Reviewed a month ago

As an online news outlet, we use this tool to automate the content moderation, image manipulation, and sharing of the news on social media channels, including WhatsApp, Telegram, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and so on. Previously there were 2 people who were doing this task all by themselves repetitively and now everything is automated using Make. Now those 2 people just have to engage with our audience making their time well spent. Totally recommend this product!

Pros

You can automate almost everything with a couple of buttons. The platform is really easy to use and user-friendly making it a breeze to use. I learned and deployed production level no-code automation in 2 days when I was beginning.

Cons

Some third-party services are still not available. But they really do respond to our suggestions. Make was previously called Integromat. I used Integromat first and It was a little bit painful to migrate from Integromat to Make, Not because platforms are different. But because I had to transfer all the credentials and data. If you are new to using the platform, then you would never worry about this.

Overall Rating
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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The best overall option out there. Support needs improvement.

Reviewed a month ago

Make is an excellent product overall, and in my opinion has the best mix of features, usability, features, etc. It also comes at a much lower price than Zapier for most uses. This is very important.

Pros

Make is one of the most flexible SAAS products on the market. Its interface is more intuitive to me than Zapier. I love the workflow diagram structure. It works with a huge number of different apps. When I started using it, I needed Zapier to fill in some of the gaps where Make could not complete the needed integration (at least natively). Since that time, Make has added nearly all of my required integrations. It also has the flexibility to work with the API directly.

Cons

Support takes a really long time to get back to you. Often times the response leaves something to be desired. Other times, the response is great (though slow). The transition from Integromat to Make was not handled very well. There are tonnes of complaints about problems caused as a result of the transition. Some of the complaints are warranted, others are overblown in my opinion. Would love the ability to run an automation again when things go wrong. This is currently missing (there may be a complex solution that I'm not aware of).

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Worst and most non-functional automation / integration platform that exists

Reviewed 24 days ago

The connections between Facebook and Sheets simply don't work. What is possible in under 5 minutes with Zapier will cost you an entire work day with Integromat / Make.com and you still will be stuck and nowhere. When you contact support with this, they try to tell you the bug isn't theirs while it is their issue to fix. And then they will send you tutorials on how to do it etc. While you did it perfectly according to the book. My conclusion: Make.com / Integromat does not maintain the Facebook API connection and now that the Facebook API refuses to function, all Make.com / Integromat customers are stuck. Zapier is a somewhat more expensive, but given the massive amount of time and frustration you'll save, a more cheap solution than Make.com / Integromat!

Pros

It has a good dashboard. Its recent dashboard upgrade is an improvement.

Cons

The connections between Facebook and Sheets simply don't work. What is possible in under 5 minutes with Zapier will cost you an entire work day with Integromat / Make.com and you still will be stuck and nowhere.

Overall Rating
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Switching task-intensive automations from Zapier

Reviewed 2 months ago
Pros

Zapier will always be the king of the low-code automations game, but their pricing is pretty ridiculous. There are certain app integrations for which I need to stick with Zapier, but thanks to Make, and some clever Webhooking, I've been able to significantly reduce the number of daily tasks used by Zapier. This has enabled me to drop back down to their 2,000 task/month plan (I was on the 5,000 task/month...

Cons

The learning curve is a bit tough; they could use a lot more support videos. Additionally, their support is severely lacking when compared to Zapier. I would certainly pay extra for premium support if that were an option.

Overall Rating
  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
  • Features
  • Customer support
  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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professional workflow diagram

Reviewed a month ago

the most tedious flows like: complete forms, save documents in a specific place, insert pdf invoices from e-mail into our ERP without any manual step

Pros

The diagram editor is a unique feature, but you need a while to learn how it works.

Cons

is not simple like others, but is really powerful, if you are a programmer-like minded you'll love it at first sight

Make FAQs and common questions

Q. What type of pricing plans does Make offer?

Make has the following pricing plans:
Starting from: $9.00/month
Pricing model: Free, Subscription


Q. Who are the typical users of Make?

Make has the following typical customers:
Freelancers, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business, Non Profit, Public Administrations, Small Business


Q. What languages does Make support?

Make supports the following languages:
Czech, English


Q. Does Make offer an API?

Yes, Make has an API available for use.


Q. What other apps does Make integrate with?

Make integrates with the following applications:
Vtiger CRM, Wufoo, Capsule, amoCRM, Constant Contact, Google Forms, GitHub, Microsoft Outlook, Adobe Commerce, WooCommerce, PayPal, Google Analytics 360, Todoist, Microsoft OneNote, Dropbox Business, Zoho CRM, Insightly, Jira, Campaign Monitor, ActiveCampaign, Mustache, Formstack Forms, MailerLite, Mailchimp Transactional Email, Calendly, Feedly, Teamwork, PrestaShop, Zapier, Mattermost, QuickBooks Online Advanced, Recurly, Gmail, Knack, MeisterTask, OneDrive, Airtable, Streak, ClickFunnels, Trello, Google Drive, Box, Pipedrive, Zoom Meetings, Citrix ShareFile, Freshsales, ActiveTrail, Buffer, WebinarJam, GitLab, Flow, Chatfuel, WordPress, Freshdesk, Sendinblue, Twitter, Gravity Forms, Help Scout, Stripe, Canny, Jotform, Wild Apricot, Salesforce Sales Cloud, ShipStation, Leady, Cognito Forms, SugarCRM, Harvest, SendGrid, Slack, Klaviyo, Google Contacts, Toodledo, Microsoft 365, Plivo, Caspio, Typeform, Zoho Mail, Drip, Basecamp, GetResponse, Invoice Ninja, Microsoft To Do, LinkedIn for Business, Bitbucket, Teamgate, Eventbrite, Meta for Business, Quickbooks Online, Mailgun, Optimy, monday.com, MessageBird, SurveyMonkey, Keap, ClickUp, Chargebee, Google Calendar, Site Search 360, QuickBooks Commerce, Copper, Google Data Studio, SuiteCRM, Mailchimp, Twilio, Autotask PSA, Wrike, Instagram, SuperSaaS, Marketo Engage, Asana, Podio, Google Maps, Twist , Xero, Paperform, IFTTT, AWeber, Smartsheet, HubSpot CRM, RAYNET CRM, Evernote Teams, Toggl Track, CAFLOU, Intercom, Microsoft Word, Shopify, Zendesk, Microsoft Excel


Q. What level of support does Make offer?

Make offers the following support options:
Knowledge Base, Email/Help Desk, Chat, FAQs/Forum

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