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With Saasler, you can build two types of integrations — that cover every user action you can imagine
Integration type 1: Automated triggers
Automated triggers fire when a certain event happens in your app, like a new state.
For example, if the status of a deal in your CRM changes to “won,” an automated trigger creates a new task in your task management application.
Integration type 2: User-triggered actions
These occur when a user clicks a button, selects from a drop-down menu, or fills out a form.
In this scenario, two things can happen, depending on your preferred setup:
Option 1: the action generates an API call, and the action is completed in the third-party application. No further user interaction is needed.
Option 2: the action opens a pop-up modal, where your user provides additional input via a form to customize the action (see below).
Forms: For user-triggered actions that need a bit more context
Some integrations require additional user input to understand their intent — for example, exporting data to a CRM might require the user to choose which deal to connect to.
This is where forms come in: they allow your users to interact with data in a third-party app, without you having to alter your own app to store additional data.
The window into how your integrations perform over time
With Saasler’s Integrations Intelligence dashboard, you’ll know which integrations are most popular with users, and which are used less frequently — so you can adjust your product roadmap accordingly and create the stickiest experience possible.
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