Make is a visual platform that lets you design, build, and automate anything—from simple tasks to complex workflows—in minutes. With Make, you can send information between Glide and thousands of apps to enjoy enhanced team productivity and customer satisfaction.
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In order for Make to automate tasks, we have to first create a scenario. This is a series of steps (or modules) that tell how data from Glide should be transferred and transformed to any third party apps.
A basic scenario has two steps:
and an Action
Not sure where to start? Make has some prebuilt Glide integrations. Check them out here.
Click Create a new scenario within Make's dashboard.
Add a Trigger.
Select the Glide module.
Choose Watch New Action.
Select the module in your Make dashboard.
Choose My New Action webhook from the dropdown menu.
Name your webhook and click save.
Copy the address to your clipboard.
In the Layout Editor, add a component that supports actions.
Name your action.
Choose an icon.
Search for the Trigger webhook action.
Select the dropdown menu and add a new webhook.
Name your webhook.
Paste the Make webhook link you copied from the Make dashboard.
Click away to exit the configuration.
You can add as many values as you like to the webhook. These values will be sent through your Make webhook action.
To set up your first scenario in Make, send some sample data through the webhook. To do this, right-click on the Glide module in Make and select Run this module only.
Back in Glide, click the component with the configured Trigger Webhook action. Glide will then send data to Make.