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Which is better - Zapier or Make? (formerly Integromat)

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The automation world has seen substantial growth over the past few years. With the boost in productivity and efficiency these tools provide, it's no wonder companies are constantly on the hunt for the best options available. Two of the top contenders are Zapier and Make (formerly Integromat).

In this blog post, we will be comparing both platforms to help you decide which one is best suited for your business.

Zapier: Streamline Your Processes

Zapier is a well-known player in the automation software industry. It boasts of an extensive range of app integrations, making it possible for even non-coders to automate workflows. This platform enables you to connect various apps and accomplish more tasks in less time.

With Zapier, your workflow possibilities are almost endless. You can connect Gmail with Google Sheets to automatically save incoming email data, or integrate your social media accounts with Dropbox, so all your brand mentions are saved in one place. These are just a few examples of how Zapier can streamline your processes.

However, the complexity and volume of tasks that Zapier can accomplish come with some drawbacks. Two of the main concerns are the higher learning curve required for advanced zaps and premium pricing for more demanding workflows. Therefore, if you are a small business or just getting started with automation, the affordability and usability may be challenging.'

Make (former Integromat): Simple Yet Powerful

Make has recently been generating buzz in the industry for its automation capabilities. Formerly known as Integromat, the platform prides itself on being simpler, more visual yet still as powerful as the best in the business.

One of the platform's notable strengths is its graphical interface. The scenes you create in Make give you a visual representation of your automated workflows, making it easier to create and understand advanced integrations. This feature makes Make more accessible, particularly for those without a technical background.

In terms of affordability, Make comes out on top. It offers a free version with decent functionality, and its premium packages are more reasonably priced compared to Zapier. However, it supports fewer apps than Zapier, so if you're in need of more niche integrations, Make might not be able to cater to your needs.

In Conclusion

It isn’t a clear-cut decision to choose between the two. Your choice between Zapier and Make will depend heavily on your specific needs and circumstances. However, what's clear is that both are powerful automation tools with distinctive strengths and weaknesses. If your top considerations are price and user interface, you might lean toward Make. However, if you require drastic amounts of integrations and have the budget to support it, Zapier could be the better option.


July 25, 2023
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