Automation

Parabola

Parabola is a tool that will allow you to build automations without having to write a single line of code. It is a fan favorite among low-code platforms because of how easy to learn it is. Parabola has templates available to help you build automations for almost any industry.


Parabola Features

Fans of Parabola love it for its most recognizable features: 

  • Sales & Marketing reporting
  • Workflow automation
  • Inventory Management
  • Customer Management

Parabola Pricing

Parabola has three different plan types:

  • Basic ($0/mo): For individuals starting and learning how to automate their work
  • Plus ($80/mo): For individuals and small teams building and scheduling custom reports from premium sources
  • Advanced (custom price): For businesses automating significant work using advanced features

*Free trial available


Parabola Integrations and Plugins

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

  • REST API
  • GraphQL API

Parabola integrates with the following platforms for flexibility and ease of use:

  • Amazon
  • Box
  • Bubble
  • Cooper
  • Databox
  • Drip
  • Dropbox
  • HubSpot
  • Mailchimp
  • Slack
  • Shopify
  • Stripe
  • TikTok
  • Twilio
  • Webflow
  • Typeform

Benefits

  • Easy to learn & use platform
  • Great UX
  • Quickness to automate almost any process

Drawbacks

Its drawbacks, on the other hand, are these:

  • Unclear pricing
  • Slight learning curve
  • There's no way to export data to APIs


Parabola Documentation and Support

Parabola 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 medium control over your automations design, with its workflow based interface. You might also notice that Parabola is sufficiently responsive and highly secure. You can use the following datases to fuel/feed your app, which means that these platforms can be used as a data source for your app: Airtable, Excel, and Google Sheets.


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