Make is a visual automation platform that lets you send information between 1CRM and thousands of apps with just a few clicks.
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 1CRM and thousands of apps to automate your e-commerce efforts and enjoy better conversion rates. It’s fast and easy to use, visually intuitive, and it requires zero coding expertise.
Make allows you to create, build, and automate workflows. Use the playful drag-and-drop interface to connect apps in a few clicks, and build limitless workflows called scenarios. Set your scenarios to run instantly or per schedule, or watch the scenario run in real time whenever you need.
Choose a 1CRM template to help you get started, or, build your own from scratch. Make empowers creators across all business areas, sizes, and backgrounds to build solutions to workplace challenges.
You can see an overview about using the 1CRM integration with Make on their site. And, you can read detailed documentation for this integration here.
To begin, you will need a 1CRM account, even a 30-day free trial will work with this integration! (for 30 days). Next, sign up for Make – they offer free and paid plans to suit your needs.
If you already have those, then you are ready to setup your 1CRM-Make integration!
Connecting 1CRM to Make
To connect your 1CRM account to Make, you need to enter your 1CRM domain and login credentials to the Create a connection dialog box with Make.
1. Open any 1CRM module in the Make scenario.
2. Click the Add button next to the Connection field.
3. Fill the fields as follows:
|Connection Name||Enter the name for your 1CRM connection.|
|Domain||Enter the URL of your 1CRM account without the https prefix.|
|Username||Enter the user name for your 1CRM account. E.g. Admin.|
|Password||Enter the password to your 1CRM account.|
4. Click the Continue button to establish the connection to your 1CRM account.
The connection has been established. You can proceed with setting up the module.
Check out this article to learn more about working with records, modules, list fields, info, files, and how to make an API call using the 1CRM-Make connection!