As you shift to the use of monday.com for project management, you may have other web apps for some specific business processes. The great thing with monday as the collaboration tool is that you can integrate other applications.
While there is a built-in integration, some apps are not available like the ones I am using, Bubble and Clappia. In this article, I will give you an overview on how to connect these two web apps to monday.com using Make (formerly Integromat).
About Clappia and Bubble
These two are cloud-based platforms where businesses can create customised apps. Usually, these apps are for data collection, receivables and payables tracking, inventory tracking, and others.
The difference between monday.com integration vs using Make (formerly Integromat)
The integration scenarios are already provided so you just have to connect your account for the app that you’d like to use.
On the other hand, using Make (formerly Integromat) for your integration and automation means you will do the setup process off the monday platform. One of the advantages though is that you can choose to utilize integration scenario templates or create your own from scratch.
Set up the integration scenario
To start, you need to decide which template to use or you can build your own that will execute the automation you need. For instance, you need the inventory data on the app you’ve built using Bubble or Clappia to be displayed on a monday board.
Choose the interval
You need to set the schedule of how often you would like the scenario to run.
Pick the modules
Next, you need to pick your modules. Modules are already provided if you use a template.
After adding a module that will access a column on monday, you need to connect your monday.com account using the API key.
Once the above step is done, you can then add another module to access the data on your Clappia or Bubble app. This is where you’ll connect your account.
Depending on your required automation, you may need additional modules.
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