Make is a tool that will allow you to automate manual processes without having to write a single line of code. It is a fan favorite among no-code platforms because of how easy to learn it is. Make has templates available to help you build and automate workflows for almost any industry.

Make Features

Fans of Make love it for its most recognizable features: 

  • Real-Time Integration
  • API Designer
  • Flow Designer
  • Pre-Built Connectors
  • Custom Connectors
  • Reusable connectors
  • Monitoring & Notification
  • Routing And Orchestration
  • Data Mapping
  • Data Transformation
  • Data Encryption
  • Security Standards
  • Communication Protocol
  • Data Virtualization
  • Managed File Transfers

Make Pricing

Make (formerly Integromat) has 5 different plans

  • Free ($0/mo) design, build, and automate with a visual drag-and-drop interface
  • Core ($10.59/mo) for creatives and solopreneurs just getting started
  • Pro ($18.82/mo) For SMBs, startups, and automation pros who want to scale quickly
  • Teams ($34.12/mo) for teams and agencies to collaborate and manage workflows
  • Enterprise (custom price) for organizations seeking enterprise-grade features & support

* Make allows users to pay an extra amount/mo to increase the Ops number

Make Integrations and Plugins

On the API side of things, you’ll find that Make connects with various tools such as


Make has integrations with +1000 platforms, among which the following stand out:

  • GSuite
  • Airtable
  • Slack
  • Telegram Bot
  • WooCommerce
  • Dropbox
  • Microsoft 365
  • Mailchimp
  • HubSpot
  • Discord
  • Trello
  • Shopify
  • Twitter
  • Monday
  • Pipedrive
  • Stripe
  • ActiveCampaign
  • ClickUp
  • WordPress
  • Twilio


  • Intimate and simple environment for simple but also complex integrations
  • Once users connect their API they're free to use the data and interface with multiple other API's
  • Flexibility of being able to copy/paste action steps from one scenario to another and/or create a multi-part split


Its drawbacks, on the other hand, are these:

  • Bit of learning curve
  • The set-up process tends to be unclear
  • Inhability to use webhooks on multiple scenarios/workflows

Make Documentation and Support

Make has a comprehensive knowledge base to help you learn how to use it. If you ever find that you need any help in using the app, and depending on which plan you go for, you will have good customer support available. It also has excellent ratings across the board. 

You’ll find that you have high control over your worflows automation, with its workflow based interface. You might also notice that Make is highly responsive and highly secure.

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