With Make extension, you have the ability to connect your app to thousands of other online services. It's the perfect extension for setting up automations without the need to code.

Make is a no-code tool that you can use to connect apps and automate different tasks.
It allows you to integrate your app and then tell Make what you want to accomplish. All this without having to write a single line of code.


General information

Before getting started, here are a few terms you need to know: 

Make works by linking together your favorite apps/services by their corresponding modules to create a scenario that will transfer and transform your data automatically for you.
A scenario comprises of a series of modules that indicate how data should be transferred and transformed between apps/services.
It is an automated workflow that tells your apps to follow this simple command: "When this happens, do that."
It's a series of instructions that you define in Make to perform predefined tasks. 

Make distinguishes different types of modules:
Actions are the most common module type. The action can be at any stage of the scenario.
For example, every time a row is changed in a Google sheet, a module updates your users' details.

Triggers are essentially events within software that initiate a workflow. The trigger sends a set of information to Make. This information can be used in modules to perform actions in other online services also connected to Make.

Make has its own online helps . If you can't find what you're looking for, you can also get help here .


List of automation possible with GoodBarber Content apps

List of GoodBarber triggers that can be used in a module:
- New User (Authentication extension)
- New Prospect (In-App Purchase extension)*
- New Active Subscriber (In-App Purchase extension)
- New Expired Subscriber (In-App Purchase extension)*
- New Appointment Booking (Booking)

*If the app admin gifts a subscription to one of his users, a New Active Subscriber webhook is also triggered.
If the app admin deletes the gift, a New Expired Subscriber webhook is also triggered.

List of GoodBarber actions that can be used in a module:
- Make an API call
- Send push notification
- Remove user from group (Authentication extension)
- Add user to a group (Authentication extension)
- Create an internal subscription (In-App Purchase extension)
- Update Note for Active Subscriber (In-App Purchase extension)
- Update Note for Expired Subscriber (In App-Purchase extension)
- Update Note for Prospect (In-App Purchase extension)
- Update Expiration Date for Internal Subscription (In-App Purchase extension)

List of GoodBarber search that can be used in a module:
- Search for a user (Authentication extension)
- Search for a group (Authentication extension)
- Search for an Active Subscriber (In-App Purchase extension)
- Search for an Expired Subscriber (In-App Purchase extension)
- Search a prospect (In-App Purchase extension)


Create a Make account

To use Make, you need first to create an account : https://www.make.com/
Once your account created, you only need to set your scenarios.


Activate Make extension on your GoodBarber back office

1. Select Make extension from the Extensions Store  in your back office GoodBarber and add it to your app
2. Set the tokens used to connect your app to Make (see example below):
- Click "Create a new key set"
- Fill in a name for your key set
- Click "Add key"
A new key is created.


3. Click "View details" and keep this tab open (you'll need the app ID and key later on).


Add a connection between Make and your app GoodBarber

1. From Make platform, click the button "Create a new scenario".
2. Search for "GoodBarber" in the app list offered, then select the trigger, action or search you'd like to use.
3. Copy your App ID and key from the menu Settings > Make  in your back office GoodBarber and copy them on Make platform (see example attached)


4. Depending on the type of actions you have chosen, fill in the additional information requested by Make.
5. Click "OK" to save your module.

Your GoodBarber app is now connected to Make, you can start automating some of the tasks you need to perform frequently, adding the modules you want until you get the scenario you want.

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