Make | Uteach Integrations



Please be aware that  Uteach support is not responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting issues within third-party tools. 

What is Make for? 

Make, previously known as Integromat, is an automation tool that connects Uteach with numerous other apps and services. Thus, you are able to create automated workflows without any coding. 

Uteach’s Make integration helps you streamline processes, reduce manual work, and increase your productivity.

So, what exactly can you achieve with Make?

  • Connect Uteach with hundreds of apps like Google Sheets, Slack, and MailChimp to automate various tasks.
  • Create workflows to automate repetitive tasks based on specific triggers and actions.
  • Connect to any public API with Make’s HTTP app
  • Transform your data in various formats with drag-and-drop functionality

How to integrate Make with Uteach? 

To integrate Make with Uteach, you will need to successfully insert your API key and domain into your Make account. You can access this information on your Uteach online school dashboard the following way.

  • Log in to your Uteach account.
  • Move to the Settings and Integrations section.
  • Find Pabbly in the list and click on it. 
  • Access the API key and your domain. 

Copy this information and move it to your Make account. If you do not have an account there, you can sign up here

After creating the account, add Make's HTTP > Make an API Key Auth request module to your scenario.

Next, you will also need to paste your website domain. If you want to learn more about how you can integrate Make with the help of API tokens, check out Make’s article

How to use Make with Uteach? 

You can use Make with Uteach for different scenarios. For example, receive a notification on your preferred channel once a new student completes a quiz. Or, perhaps you want to send a personalized email to your students once they complete the course and are ready to receive a certificate. 

You can set up a workflow related to almost any case you want, including backing up student data, sending notifications, and email follow-ups. 

To set up a workflow, you will need to create a scenario on Make, so log in to your account. 

  • After you click the Create a new scenario button, you can proceed with developing the workflow. 
  • Click the icon to select the app where you want the action to take place. In this case, look for Uteach.
  • Set the action you want to complete. For example, it might be adding a student to a bundle, watching new form submissions, new membership enrollment, etc. 
  • Continue building the scenario, filling in the information related to your action to specify it. 
  • Next, you need to choose the app where the action takes place. Hover next to the trigger module and click on the plus sign. For example, if your trigger action reuqres sending any kind of data related to your students and courses into Google spreadsheets, choose Google Sheets. 
  • After setting up the action module, you can click the Run Once button to test your scenario. 
  • To activate the scenario, enable the toggle in the upper right corner. 

If you want to learn more about how to create different scenarios with Make, check out Creating a scenario


How do I connect Uteach to a new app via Make? 

Use the 'Create a new scenario' feature in Make to connect Uteach to any supported app you prefer. Once clicked, you will be able to build the trigger and action modules. Follow the steps provided above to run the scenario. 

What integration does Make support? 

Make supports more than 1,000 apps from which you can choose to automate your workflows. These include apps for business operations, sales, marketing, CRM, and more. The most popular Make integrations are HubSpot, ChatGPT, Calendly, Slack, ClickUp, Shopify, and more. 

Is Make better than Zapier? 

Make and Zapier are both popular automation tools, but which is better depends on your needs. Make has more advanced customization and visual interface. It’s more suitable for complex workflows and offers more precise control. Zapier, on the other hand, is known for its ease of use and broader app integrations. It is better for simple automation. Beginners usually prefer Zapier for its straightforward setup. 

Uteach offers integrations with both Make and Zapier, so you can see which works for you better. 

Make resources 

In case you need answers to more of your questions, you can check out the following resources Make offers. 

  • Blog. Access guides, tips, and stories about automation.
  • Make community, to connect with others using this software and exchange ideas. 
  • Help, with all the documentation and resources. 
  • Make Academy where you can find eLearning content.