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A widget is where the user can view the available integrations. It is a highly customizable menu for your users, they can select their desirable integrations and add workflow details etc. The widget can be adapted to the look and feel of your app.
Yes, we integrate with your API to communicate with your system.We also need an implicit authentication such as API keys etc that we can consume.
Integry supports a variety of ways for authentication with an app, if you are embedding our widget, we recommend implicit authentication such as API keys. Our widget requires authorization and it creates the integrations on users’ behalf. It sits within the app and it does not require the user to re authenticate.
What are the prerequisites to start using Integry?
You need to have an API with subscription for outgoing events (we do not support polling and we do not intend to support it in future).
The authentication should be implicit, so that our widget can be authorized to make changes on behalf of your user, without having the user to explicitly authorize with us.
The widget is then embedded within your app which requires wiring. The widget requires you to send information such as user ID, API token etc. Once the user sets up an integration we send an integration ID that you store. You can then use the workflow editor to create workflows.
How will my app connect to other apps?
To connect your app with other apps via Integry, a one-time integration is needed. Currently, Integry will perform this integration for you free of cost. The integration with your app is a series of Action, Triggers or Queries. An Action is something we can perform on your app; a Trigger is an event on your app that lands on our system and a Query is a request we make with your app for data. You can get in touch with us with details of your app and we’ll work with you on what your key integration points should be.
How many apps do we get access to?
Regardless of the package you are using, all your users get access to all our apps.
Is Integry a replacement for Zapier?
No. Integry is meant for your average user that just wants your app to work with another one of their app without the complexity of another platform. Zapier works better for power users who might even have paid accounts with Zapier with complex workflow needs. Depending upon your positioning, you would want to serve both communities.
How is this different from Zapier and Workato etc?
Integry differs from Zapier and other iPAAS in a number of many ways. Unlike Zapier, Integry’s in-app hub provides you with native integrations, your end user does not need to leave your app, set up an account and pay to a third-party app for authentication. You set up templates for common use cases and your users connect to their favorite apps, just like they would expect from native integrations.The users don’t have to figure out what a good mapping is. They just authenticate with a third-party service and they are done! Due to this simplicity, we have seen 30 times more users setup integration compared to Zapier.
What’s a Native integration?
The Integry widget sits within your app and it displays the list of all available integrations. The user can select desirable integrations from that widget, authenticate and save them without leaving your app. Our research shows that native integration completion rate is 30x higher than external, 3rd party integrations.
I am looking for an integration not listed here
To get your desired integration please get in touch with your account manager and they’ll guide you on the best way to have your app on board.
Our product team works with you for creating the integration experience inside your app. This includes when a new integration is created, editing integrations and listing them. Once these are agreed upon by you, we provide an SDK and our engineering team will provide code which should match the look and feel of your website, service or app. You are free to make any further changes to the customization code.
No, after we integrate your app, adding more Templates (integrations) is entirely a non-coding effort. You will not have to involve your development team. This should free engineers from making routine changes to integrations and allow people from product or marketing to help create these integrations.
Are there any limitations on number of integrations or number of tasks a user can run?
No, there are no limits. A user can create any number of integrations and they can connect to as many apps as they want to through Integry. However, we do require Fair Usage, on average a user should not exceed 10,000 executions on the first two tiers which are Starter and Growth tiers. These numbers are different for different tiers. Please let us know if you require a higher limit.
How will I be charged?
You will be charged based upon the number of users that are provisioned with our service and have successfully created an integration. A user is automatically provisioned when we receive their request to create an integration and they will be added to billing when they complete an integration. You can remove provisioned users from the Integry admin panel or via a REST API call.
What does per user mean?
The number of active users who set up integrations via our widget. If your app has 10,000 users but only 10 users have set up integrations through Integry, we will only charge you for those 10 users.
If I have 500 users, do I need to be on your “premium” plan?
No, you can be on any plan. You just need to pay for the number of users you have. For instance, on the Starter Package, for every additional user above the given limit, you will be charged a $1/user. . Similarly for Growth package, the cost of additional users is $2/user. Visit our pricing page or get in touch for more information.
Where does Integry branding appear?
You will see a “Powered by Integry” badge at the bottom of the widget in the Startup tier. Secondly, when the users authorize they see the Integry connector.
The high priced tiers provide you with the option to remove the Integry branding from the widget and for the connectors, you can whitelabel your app and completely remove Integry branding.
What’s white labeling?
When you set up your app with Integry, by default you can see the list of all app connectors. When a user authenticates a service, they see Integry name and branding on the authentication screen. The typical authentication screen says “Do you want to authorize Integry Connector to access Example App”, to change it to your own app’s branding you have two options
What’s a workflow?
A workflow is an integration between two or more systems which the user implements.
What is 2-way sync?
If two-way syncing is setup between two systems, whenever an object is created or updated on one system it will be reflected on the other system.
What is data importing?
Data Import allows your users to pull data from another app during an integration setup.