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April 18, 2024

Fixed issues

  • When rerunning an incomplete execution caused by an error in a route in a router, only the route where the error occurred would be executed while resolving the incomplete executions. Any subsequent routes would be ignored. Now, all subsequent routes are also processed when resolving incomplete executions.

  • Previously, custom functions couldn't handle parameters with binary data types, such as email attachments or pictures. This caused failures when trying to process files with custom functions. We fixed it and now you can successfully use custom functions to process raw binary data.

Apps updates

New apps:

  • TikTok Conversions - Introducing an app that allows you to track conversion events that occur outside of TikTok and optimize your ads accordingly.

  • TikTok Reports - With this app you can create detailed reports on the performance of your TikTok advertising campaigns.

  • BigCommerce - Using this app you can manage your BigCommerce orders, carts, customers, products, and blog posts.

  • Azure OpenAI - This AI app lets you generate images and create transcriptions, translations, and chat completions.

Updated apps:

  • LinkedIn - A new module, Search Organizations, has been added to help you easily locate organizations by vanity name or email domain.

  • LinkedIn Matched Audiences - Four modules have been deprecated due to a LinkedIn API change: Attach a Seed Audience, Create a Lookalike Audience, List Lookalike Audience’s Seeds, and Update a Campaign Target.

Documentation updates

  • Sometimes things don’t work as expected and you might see some errors in your scenarios. To make it easier for you to handle such events, we rewrote the whole Error section on the Help Center to make sure that you get all the information you need to resolve issues. Go check it out!

April 5, 2024

April 2, 2024

Improvements and changes

  • Managing and rotating SAML service provider (SP) certificates became easier for the Enterprise customers. Organization owners can now activate, deactivate, copy, and download SP certificates within the SSO settings. They can also see which certificates are active. When it's time to rotate certificates, users will receive a notification from Make, giving them time to schedule the switch and minimize downtime.

    Additionally, we’ve extended the validity of SP certificates to three years, instead of just one.


    To learn more, check out our SAML certificate management article.

  • We've updated the banners that let you know when you've reached your operations limit. Now, when you see one of these banners, you'll get all the details about your upgrade options right there. If you decide to upgrade or purchase more operations, you can just click the link in the banner.


Fixed issues

  • Make built-in functions that use timezone information, like the addDays function, didn’t work in custom functions. We fixed the custom function’s context, so now you can use the date functions in your custom functions.

Apps updates

New and updated apps:

  • OpenAI - We’ve added some new functionality to our OpenAI app. Not only can you generate an image using OpenAI modules, now you can also edit or extend an image with the new module called Edit an Image. Don’t forget to include transparency in the image file, or a mask layer, to make sure that the image can be edited later.

  • Anthropic Claude - We’ve added a new module called Create a Message. Also, we now support the latest model Claude 3 Haiku.

  • ZoomInfo - This new app lets you manage companies, contacts, scoops, and more.

  • Confluence - Our new productivity app will help you keep track of all your Confluence content, including pages and blog posts.

  • Deel - We switched to the newest API version. Make sure to use the correct URL with the new API version when using the Make an API Call module. Also, the Create a Record module now allows creating the Global Payroll Contract and Contact for Contractors types of records.

  • Tiktok Lead Forms - This new app with an instant trigger allows you to trigger a scenario whenever you receive a new lead.

  • Cohere - With this new AI app, you can create conversations and classify texts.

  • X (formerly Twitter) - Our app has a new name to match the recent rebranding.

App documentation updates

New documentation added:

March 13, 2024

Improvements and changes

  • Previously, you could only filter and sort scenarios in the Table view. But now, you can also search for specific scenarios using the search bar in the upper left corner. This option is only available to Enterprise customers.

  • The template guided setup makes sure you don't miss any important fields when setting up each module:

    • It grays out Continue until everything is completed.

    • The green success badge only appears when you click Continue for a module.

Fixed issues

  • Clicking the Details button in the webhook queue resulted in an error. We fixed it, so you can see all the data that webhooks received.

Apps updates

New and updated apps:

  • Salesforce Pardot - Salesforce Pardot is a marketing platform for email campaigns and lead management. Our app allows users to manage their records, files, and folders in their Pardot account.

  • HighLevel LeadConnector - A new Watch Events module was added. It can be used as an alternative to Watch Contact and Watch Opportunities. Also we switched to API v.2 for this app, making sure that the overall experience is better.

App documentation updates

New documentation added:

March 4, 2024

Improvements and changes

  • During guided template setup, filters now have setup status badges:

    • asterisk.png your filter has unsaved changes.

    • check.png your filter is set up and ready.


Fixed issues

  • Custom functions sometimes took too long to finish, which caused an error and disabled your scenario. We reviewed the timeout settings on custom functions. Before using custom functions, check the limits.

  • Webhooks migrated from the Integromat platform sometimes returned a ConnectionError. We fixed the issue so your legacy webhooks remain stable.

  • In some cases, domain verification did not work for SSO domain claim. Verification now works as expected.

  • Sharable links to templates went to the organization dashboard. These links now go directly to the specific template.

  • Switching from one team to another sometimes resulted in an error message. Navigating to a different team now works just fine.

Documentation updates

New documents:

Updated documents:

  • HTTP: We updated the guidelines for creating JSON Web Tokens and making OAuth 2.0 requests. Follow clean steps and use embedded functions that we prepared for you.

Apps updates

New and updated apps:

  • Leonardo.AI - This new app helps you generate images using the latest AI art generator, Leonardo AI, a popular alternative to Midjourney.

  • TickTick - Manage your to-do lists and tasks with this helpful productivity app.

  • Google Vertex AI (Gemini) - A powerful new app that can answer anything with the Create a Completion module using the gemini-pro model, as well as analyze image and video files with the gemini-pro-vision model. This app is a replacement for the recently deprecated Google Cloud Vision app.

  • NetSuite - It is now possible to trigger a scenario when a custom date field is updated. Use the Watch Records module for this purpose. Also, we added new hints in the Create or Update a Record module.

  • Workday Financial Management and Workday Human Capital Management - You can select the format in which to get a RaaS report with the help of the Get RaaS Report module. Also, we added helping hints to let users know where to get credentials to create an OAuth2 connection.

App documentation updates

New app documents:

Updated app documents:

February 12, 2024

Fixed issues

  • If a scenario contained an iterator followed by an aggregator, sometimes it would get stuck when processing a large number of bundles. The scenario then failed to create scenario logs. Now scenarios run smoothly and create scenario logs.

Improvements and changes

  • Using templates to create scenarios is now much easier and more flexible.

    • We added an "X" icon that allows you to easily close the module settings. This means you can now open and set up modules in any order you prefer.

    • We introduced badges for each module to make sure you don't miss any important information:

      • Property_1_Success.png - a green badge indicates that all required fields are filled in.

      • Property_1_Warning.png - an orange badge signals that you need to provide some additional information.

      • Property_1_empty.png - a gray badge reminds you that you still need to get started with setting up the module.

    • Once you complete the setup and all your badges turn green, you will see a side panel that gives you the option to run, edit, or schedule your scenario.

  • We renamed the add-on apps to community apps. In addition, on the Make integrations page, we show the number of scenarios that are using the community app.

  • On the Make integrations page, we show the verification badge for Make verified apps with their author and maintainer. This brings more clarity to who developed the app and who you should reach out to if you experience issues.


App documentation updates

New app documents:

Updated app documents:

January 29, 2024

New features

Domain claim

Enterprise customers can now claim and verify an email domain for their Single Sign-On (SSO) setup, allowing for SSO enforcement. Make recognizes users with the claimed email domain and prompts them to use SSO. See our article on domain claim for information on setup and provisioning options.

Improvements and changes

  • Using a coupon for a higher plan now changes your subscription. Once the coupon expires, you automatically stay on your new plan. Or, you can manually downgrade to your original plan. See our article on coupons for details.

Fixed issues

  • Under the SSO option Default teams for newly created users, the list of teams showed deleted teams. This list now shows only valid teams.

  • It wasn't possible to delete records in a webhook queue: the Delete button wasn't clickable.

  • The infinite scroll in the scenario history wasn't infinite: it got stuck and didn't show all records. Now you have access to the full history.

  • The hints for creating names of custom functions and scenario inputs were incorrect. The hints now show the correct requirements for custom function and scenario inputs names.

  • Doubled and unaligned texts appeared when you clicked the Create a connection button. We solved it, so you have beautifully aligned and correct texts.

  • When you tried to resolve incomplete executions, the Run once button wasn't clickable. Also, a module that caused an error lost its mapping. We fixed both issues.

  • Mapping pills showed their raw name. Pills now have descriptive names.

  • When you ran the Explain flow option and then deleted one or more modules, the dot showing the flow was stuck. We unfroze the dot, and now it shows the full flow (and takes into account the deleted modules).

  • The built-in option that Make uses to decode URLs in the output refused to decipher links. Now URLs in the output are legible and don't contain odd symbols.

App documentation updates

New app documents:

January 16, 2024

New features

Dynamic connections

With dynamic connections, you and your teammates use connections as scenario inputs. You can create a scenario with your connections, and your colleagues provide their connections to run the scenario. To learn more about how to use dynamic connections, check out the article in our Help Center. Dynamic connections are available for Enterprise plan users only.

January 11, 2024

Improvements and changes

  • A link to Make Community now appears in the sidebar Help submenu.

  • Enterprise customers can now see their current subscription period and reset date on their organization dashboard.


Fixed issues

  • The list of users for both organizations and teams only displayed 10 users. User lists now include all members.

App documentation updates

New app documents:

Updated app documents:

December 14, 2023

Improvements and changes

  • The link for the Resource Hub is now always in the left sidebar. No need to look for it in the submenus. Information and resources are now just one click away.

  • A new email notifies you when you reach the limit on extra operations auto-purchasing. If you get this email, it means that you can only buy extra operations from your organization dashboard. The email has a link so it's easier to top up if needed.

Fixed issues

  • Previously, when you reduced the number of settings in the module settings window, it didn't automatically adjust its size. But now, the window shrinks based on the number of settings you have.

  • When you were searching for an app to add it to the Favorites list, the search didn't show results. We fixed it: you can search for an app and get relevant results.

  • After you tried to resolve the Incomplete execution, the diagram didn't load. This minor UX issue doesn't exist anymore.

  • After you deleted a custom variable, an incorrect warning message popped up when you tried to save the scenario.

  • The Auto-align feature refused to align all modules in scenarios. Currently, it aligns all modules in your scenario.

  • When signing in with SSO, Enter did not always work. It's fixed so you can stay on your keyboard when logging in and not bother with clicking.

  • In some cases, the list of organization members did not immediately update after inviting a new member. Invited members now appear as expected.

App documentation updates

New app documents:

Updated app documents:

November 29, 2023

Fixed issues

  • Some templates did not load values for arrays. Templates now display these values so you can edit and change them as needed.

  • In some cases, login failed with a 401: Access denied error. Login now functions normally.

App documentation updates

New app documents:

Updated app documents:

November 16, 2023

Fixed issues

  • When you import a blueprint, it now includes the scenario name.

  • You can edit Boolean values in Data stores.

  • When you migrated from one zone to another (i.e. EU1 to US1), the Migration tool showed the wrong initial zone that you wanted to migrate from. Now the Migration tool shows the correct initial zone.

  • Team members who did not have a role and permission to delete members could see the Delete button. Now the Delete button only appears for team members with the Team Admin role.

  • Several bug fixes and tweaks for Custom scenario properties:

    • There is now consistent behavior when adding and rearranging columns in table view.

    • The + Add property button didn't always appear. It now appears for all Enterprise customers.

    • If you went to the Scenario properties tab using a direct URL, you could not edit properties. It is now possible to edit custom properties after going to this tab via URL.

    • Table view didn't always appear for Enterprise users who hadn't yet added a custom property. It now appears even when there are no custom properties.

  • The button to delete an organization sometimes appeared for users who weren't owners of that organization. Only owners can now see the Delete button for their organization.

App documentation updates

New app documents:

Updated app documents:

Documentation updates

November 2, 2023

Fixed issues

  • You can now click on item pills to expand mapped items with subitems.

  • The Search items box in the mapping field didn't respond to user actions causing some glitches when you were typing or inserting text.


Documentation updates

  • We continue developing new documentation on Make, including errors. The 429 errors - rate limiting article explains how to handle this error, which appears when you reach the API rate limit for the app.

  • Using the On-premise agent: we added a couple of colorful and clear graphic schemes that explain the mechanism of the On-prem agent work.

October 19, 2023

New features

Custom scenario properties

Enterprise customers can use custom scenario properties to help organize and sort scenarios. For example, you can add information like URLs, client email, business criticality, or anything else you like. See the Help Center article for more information.


Fixed issues

  • Modules that caused an error and had an error handler in the route didn't show a warning message.

  • Several small UI fixes made Make more attractive:

    • When renaming a module, you see all UI elements properly aligned.

    • If you assign a long name to a route, it is aligned in the Order routes window.

App documentation updates

Updated app documents:

Documentation updates

Something new in Make Release notes: we made updates to some documents in our Help Center!

  • FAQs: Due to the shutdown of Integromat on the 30th of September, we shortened the article and left only relevant questions. We added a link to the article where you can learn more about the current state of Integromat.

  • Incomplete executions: We updated the procedure for resolving the Incomplete execution with another necessary step. The structure is clearer now, so it is easier to follow the whole process.

October 6, 2023

Fixed issues

  • We tamed down our chaotic cursor: when you edit a formula with different functions, your cursor doesn't randomly move between the formula's elements.

  • Were you confused by empty variable pills when mapping although they should have contained data? Don't worry, it was just a tiny visibility issue: now pills are full of color to show you that they contain data.

  • We get how frustrating it can be when a data store misunderstands your command: you wanted to edit a record but Make added a new record instead. No more confusion - you have your record edited and saved correctly.

  • A module wrongly perceived an array as a string and didn't let you map the array's elements. We repaired this mechanism, so now the array's elements are available for mapping.

  • After adding another module of the same app you already had in a scenario, it didn't pull up a connection for this app. It's not a problem anymore: Make now remembers the connection from the same app.

September 27, 2023

Fixed issues

  • Modules now handle different data types more gracefully. Data in all formats, from arrays to simple texts and numbers, are displayed correctly in the output.

  • Nobody likes an error, but when they happen, you need to know about it. We now ensure you have all the information about errors in your scenario logs.

  • We recently had an issue where Make was not allowing a new webhook to be created for the cloned scenario. We've fixed it, and now Make follows its own rules and assigns a separate webhook to each scenario.

  • Your confidential scenarios are now safeguarded. Previously, there was a small concern with webhooks revealing data in their logs and queue. Now we have developed a fog-like covering for webhook's data, ensuring that it remains hidden.

  • Calling all custom app users! Scenarios with custom apps can now be saved without any error popping up.

  • The clickable module ellipsis or three dots icon is back! You can now click it again to access additional options.

App documentation updates

New app documents:

Updated app documents:

September 11, 2023

Improvements and changes

  • We've made the router even sweeter by adding missing icons to the Order Route window.

  • Treat yourself to a centered route name, so everything looks perfectly balanced now.


Fixed issues

  • Previously, cloning scenarios with custom apps and webhooks was like trying to clone a pineapple – it didn't quite work! We've cracked the code and now each scenario comes with its very own unique webhook.

  • If you needed to define a target structure type in the array aggregator, it got picky and showed the target modules fields selectively. Now you see all available fields.

  • Make could not deal with migrated scenarios: they ran with an error that appeared without any reason.

  • The Migration tool refused to replace connections with ones created on Make.

  • Webhooks had a strike and didn't allow you to edit them. Fortunately, we satisfied their requirements.

  • Mapping pills were stuck in the initial modules field, so you could not drag them to another field.

App documentation updates

A bunch of new and updated app documents appeared in our Help Center. Take a look and keep on building scenarios!

New app documents:

Updated app documents:

August 25, 2023

Improvements and changes

  • We made our famous router much more attractive to the paparazzi:

  • No more cut app names in the scenario builder: you see the full application name under the module.

Fixed issues

  • Make mixed error messages up, but we fixed it. Now if a scenario fails to finish the initialization, you see a correct message.

  • Languages unite people! The webhook output supports languages with the non-Latin script.

  • Modules don't erase mapping after you click Save.

  • HTTP OAuth2 and Email connections pretended they were zombies: you could see them in the Connections list, but sneaky 404 errors prevented you from making any changes.

  • The Migration tool played a bad game with you: it allowed migrating data stores that exceeded the allowed size in your organization on Make, but you didn't see any warning message beforehand.

  • The scenario activation toggle played dead, but we breathed a new life into it: turn your scenario on and off at any moment.

  • Were you wondering where your On-prem agent disappeared? Actually, they were always on the On-prem agents tab, but now they are visible.

August 10, 2023

Improvements and changes

  • We're not going to stop making our features even more awesome: the list of Connected systems became more comfortable to use on your mobile devices. We've added a charming little icon next to the connected system name shows you if it's connected to an On-prem agent.

  • You won't have any problems with understanding what the () function does: we added a clear description.

  • When there's something strange in your scenarios, who you gonna contact? We've streamlined our help ticket process to automatically include your relevant information.

Fixed issues

  • We tried a new insect repellent out and killed a whole bunch of UI bugs:

    • Now the scrollbar in modules is always visible even if you stretch the window.

    • Mailhooks don't pretend they are webhooks anymore: they have the correct icon in the webhooks list.

    • The Show advanced settings button is in its place again: the custom apps using the OAuth connection always have it.

  • All the data is in its place safe and secure! After the scenario migration to Make, mapping remains the same as it was in Integromat.

  • The Refresh form button doesn't erase mapping anymore.

  • The filter settings window is not a spoiled child: it works correctly and appears without a random error.

  • Make is a good diplomat: it talked with app servers and agreed to show available settings options in some modules that refused to show them before.

  • We believe in second chances. A small bug kept members entirely from your organization. Now, a member who's not on any team can't access any scenarios or data but you can assign them to another team without adding them to the organization again.

July 27, 2023

Improvements and changes

  • Want more features from the Apps Code editor? We've got you covered! With this release, you get IML functions docs when you hover over them. If you try that with a custom IML function, you can use the pop-up to jump to the definition of the function.

Fixed issues

  • It is easy to mix-up a comma and semicolon, but we keep an eye on that: the formatNumber function has the correct example with a semicolon.

  • Sometimes Make insisted on saving the scenario in the edit mode when you already saved it. We calmed it down: no more annoying pop-ups.

  • Empty custom variables seem so useless, especially in functions! The issue is in the past: all custom variables contain relevant values wherever used in the scenario.

  • All fans of the Integromat DevTool don't experience its failure on custom domains anymore.

  • The rise of the machines is canceled: Make doesn't prevent you from extending your connections any longer.

  • Tiny, but an oh-so important UI fix: the route menu is as beautiful as everything else in Make.

  • We bet you don't need buttons that don't do anything, right? Don't be surprised by the absence of the Refresh form button in the scenario schedule settings.

  • Longer looks better now. We tweaked the UI so lengthy organization names don't look ... awkward ... anymore.

  • You don't have to automate alone anymore. We squashed some bugs that got in the way of inviting collaborators into your organization. Now they can log in and get into your organization without any issues.

  • Holmes would be proud. We cracked the case of the missing mapped values. Those values are back in your templates and won't disappear when you create Make

July 13, 2023

Improvements and changes

  • Even more useful data in system variables: we added a new Is incomplete execution variable that shows whether the scenario execution is a regular one or an incomplete one.

  • And one more lovely variable: Execution type shows the way the scenario was executed. Possible values are:

    • Run Once: the scenario was executed by clicking the Run once button.

    • API-Triggered: the scenario was executed via API or manually if the schedule is set up as On demand.

    • Instant: the scenario was executed according to the schedule. The scenario begins with a webhook, and is scheduled for Immediately.

    • Scheduled: the scenario was executed according to the schedule that is set up for any option except On demand and Immediately.

Fixed issues

  • Were you ever wondering why Make asked you to save changes in the incomplete execution when you didn't change anything? We understand you: no more irritating messages appear without any reason.

  • We fixed the mod operator description: it reflects the operator's work correctly.

  • Nobody likes filters that don't filter anything, right? That's not the case anymore: if a filter contains a team system or custom variables, it does take them into account.

  • Make Migration tool doesn't ignore Make limitations in custom apps names' symbols anymore: if the name contains more than 30 symbols, the Migration tool won't migrate it.

  • It had one job! In some cases, extra operations auto-purchasing didn't keep scenarios running. We squashed this bug and you trust our amazing extra operations auto-purchasing without any worries!

  • The mysterious case of the vanishing connection! Our templates used to play hide-and-seek with your existing connections, but we've given them a crash course on detective work. Now, you can easily spot and leverage your connections whenever you use a template. No more disappearing, case closed!

  • It had one job! In some cases, extra operations auto-purchasing didn't keep scenarios running. Don't worry, we squashed this bug and you can rely on extra operations auto-purchasing.

  • The mysterious case of the vanishing connection! Our templates used to play hide-and-seek with your existing connections, but we've given them a crash course on detective work. Now, you can easily spot and leverage your connections whenever you use a template. No more disappearing, case closed!

June 29, 2023

Improvements and changes

Fixed issues

June 14, 2023

New features

On-premise agent (beta)

The beta is here for Enterprise customers.

With the On-premise agent installed on your system, your scenarios can access applications and databases on your local network. The beta version features a module supported by an HTTP agent app. See the On-prem agent article for more details.

Improvements and changes

  • We organized the organization dashboard. Does that make it a reorganization dashboard? Reorganization-ception? We don't know but buttons and information related to your subscription and extra operations are tidier and more logical now.

  • Developing a custom app, now in color! We remodeled the code editor experience and improved syntax highlighting, code beautification and a new save button. Keep your hats on, more incoming in the next release!

Fixed issues

  • Polling triggers using the Choose manually option were not updating with the correct epoch data value. We didn't even have to poll all of you to know that this incorrect data shouldn't be allowed to stay in office.

  • We know you all trust us to get things right, so we made sure our type conversions were on point. When mapping an array with a single item inside, no more empty results when you're expecting some sweet text value.

  • Gone are the days of sad- and awkward-looking columns that wouldn't scale. I guess you can say they're making a bigger thing out of it now.

  • Is it supposed to look like that?! No, nobody wanted our logo in the two-factor authentication QR code to look like a rejected rugby ball design. That's why we changed it making sure it still does the job of keeping your account secure.

May 31, 2023

Improvements and changes

  • Clearer hints in the Incomplete Execution to let you understand the functionality better.

Fixed issues

  • Did you set up a fallback route in your scenarios and then couldn't find it? We've found the issue, and fallbacks aren't reset randomly anymore.

  • The names of custom fields in your applications are now shown correctly when mapping: no more confusing numbers.

  • We like short links, but not cropped ones. In webhook logs, you can see all the data in webhook URLs, as before.

  • Did it seem illogical to choose the date range for scenario scheduling if it ran just Once or On demand? We think so. Date ranges are no longer shown in these cases.

May 17, 2023

New features

Sleep therapy?

Not quite but you will sleep easier knowing your critical scenarios won't stop if you run out of operations.

Extra operations auto-purchasing lets your scenarios keep running after you reach your operations limit. See the article for details on how to enable extra operations auto-purchasing.

Improvements and changes

  • A new beautiful button for creating a connection in every application you might need to build a scenario:

  • The results in the full-text search became even more effective: as usual, you have the most relevant data at the top, but now the most recent results go first.

Fixed issues

  • No more troubles with the formatDate function: it correctly considers the organization's time zone.

  • Let your data stores work properly: if you add a new item to the data structure, the system no longer messes up its type.

May 03, 2023

Improvements and changes

  • Now a webhook can process all files it receives under the same key. But there is a little trick: you can find information about all the files in the collection named by the key, under the files array. Let's jump into an example:

    In this example, the webhook received two files: image and image(1) under the picture key. Only the last sent file is shown in the picture collection. To see both files, expand the files array.


    But don't worry: no need to urgently adjust your scenarios - you may leverage new functionality whenever you want.

  • No more issues with connecting to Twitter via OAuth2: use it as always! To start using the new Twitter application, just give Make your approval as an additional step - and it's done. Once creating a connection, click Yes, continue as shown in the screenshot, and then grant all permissions on Twitter's side.

  • Clearer hints in the Scenario Builder to let you understand the functionality better.

  • Updated logo in Upgrade Hub and Make Migration Tool: we're Make forever and ever! If you haven't migrated from Integromat to Make yet, it is the right time to do it with the help of our amazing tool.

Fixed issues

  • An iterator couldn't process variable values: now you have all data you need.

April 19, 2023

Improvements and changes

Fixed issues

  • Some apps didn't appear appear in the scenario editor. Instead, a Module not found error appeared at the app's place without any reason.

  • When deleting a custom variable, no warning message with the list of referenced scenarios appeared.

  • The base64 function converted the value in the wrong way.

  • It wasn’t possible to delete an incomplete execution. The Some of the executions could not be deleted because they are being processed right now error appeared, however, the incomplete execution wasn't in processing.

  • A scenario execution was stuck in the Running status, however, it wasn't in processing.

  • If the scenario contained a webhook with records in its queue, and you added a new trigger module to the scenario, after running it, the new module was trying to process its queue instead of waiting for data.

April 05 2023

Improvements and changes

  • In the Upgrade hub, you can see the list of organizations that haven't been migrated fully yet.

Fixed issues

  • If you had an array of numbers in the scenario input, the Set Variable module showed a Invalid value "VALUE_NAME" of variable arrayOfNumbers. Type number expected error without any reason.

  • If you used several custom variables in a scenario, but then deleted all of them and tried to save the scenario, the warning message didn't show all deleted variables used in this scenario.

  • After setting up an app, an error bubble appeared without any reason.

  • When trying to resolve an incomplete execution, the history showed the successful attempt without any error while it wasn't resolved in fact.

  • When running the /data-stores/{dataStoreId}/data API endpoint without the exceptKeys optional parameter, there was an error.

  • When clicking the Exit editing button in the scenario builder, the Not found error appeared without any reason.

  • When creating a remote procedure for any custom app, you didn't see the connection name under the Connection section.

March 22 2023

Improvements and changes

  • In the migration tool, you have all scenarios that can be migrated selected for further migration by default.

Fixed issues

  • It wasn't possible to save the scenario after clicking Run once. The Unknown Exception: invalid input syntax for type json error appeared without any reason.

  • The formatDate function didn’t modify the date according to the settings you set for this function.

  • If a module in the scenario contained a custom function, the scenario failed with the [object Array] could not be cloned without any reason.

  • Manual writing of a function’s notation in the module didn't work correctly.

  • When approving a custom app as an admin, the Commit button wasn't clickable with no errors if you left the text field empty.

March 08 2023

Improvements and changes

  • An updated version of the Make mobile app is available for your Android and iOS devices. This version features Make branding.

  • A branded Google Sign-in button appears when you create a new connection for any of Google apps.

  • When you use the following components in the scenario, but then deleted some of them, Make shows a warning message that contains information about the deleted component(s) once you try to save the scenario:

    • Data stores

    • Custom functions

    • Data structures

    • Organization and team variables

    • Devices

    • Keys

    • Connections

  • Improved hints for some features.

Fixed issues

  • It wasn't possible to delete a user who created a custom function.

  • The Unexpected internal error was caught. Contact the support. error appeared in the scenario when there were no errors in fact.

  • When the admin of the organization entered another organization that they were not an admin for, they didn't see the organization's custom functions (if any existed).

  • It wasn't possible to migrate a huge data store (around 2000 MB and bigger).

  • Custom functions didn't work in filters.

  • Clicking multiple times on Buy extra operations opened multiple checkout pop-ups.

  • In some cases, it was not possible to add an ACH payment method.

February 23, 2023

Improvements and changes

  • Improved hints for some features.

Fixed issues

  • When you used notes in the scenario builder, the user interface had minor visual glitches.

  • When setting up modules (including custom apps), text values in various drop-down menus weren't sorted in alphabetic order.

  • If there was a custom function in an iterator, its output wasn't clickable, and it wasn't possible to open the next module after executing the scenario.

  • In the scenario with the "Flow Control tool → Module → Array aggregator" scheme, the Array aggregator didn't show the name of the chosen Flow Control tool while mapping values.

  • After deleting a custom variable and then executing scenarios where it was used, the warning message didn't contain the name of the deleted variable.

  • The Reauthorize button for some OAuth connections wasn't visible in Connections.

  • It wasn’t possible to map an iterator’s result to the module next to the iterator, if there was a Set Variable tool before the iterator.

  • It was impossible to restore the oldest version of a custom function.

  • When using the Choose where to start option, it wasn't possible to specify a specific ID of the item to start with.

  • The affiliate dashboard did not correctly display the number of paying organizations that count toward affiliate payouts.

February 8, 2023

New features

Bulk selection

Bulk selection allows you to save time when working with any feature in Make that offers several options to choose from.

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Improvements and changes

  • Improved hints for some features.

Fixed issues

  • The Reauthorize button for some OAuth connections wasn't visible in Connections.

  • When setting up the scenario input, if you selected the Boolean type of data and set it up as No, it was reset to Empty after clicking Save.

  • It was possible to clone a scenario with custom functions to a different team.

  • The icons of custom apps were broken when mapping values between two modules.

  • The mapping process crashed the scenario containing custom functions and a bundle with binary data.

  • If you didn't find the needed app in the list of modules, the system didn't suggest requesting for a new app.

  • If the scenario had the Break error handler, and the scenario resulted in an incomplete execution several times, there was only one record for all failed executions in the Incomplete Executions tab.

January 25, 2023

New features

Custom functions

Custom functions allow you to extend Make's capabilities to work with data in scenarios. You can now write your own Javascript functions and make them available in the mapping dialog.


Learn more about Custom functions

New enterprise apps

The following new apps are available to customers with the Enterprise plan:

Improvements and changes

  • Improved the resiliency of webhooks and mailhooks, which are forwarded from Integromat, against DoS attacks.

Fixed issues

  • If a scenario failed with a RateLimit error, scheduling was ignored and incomplete executions were not handled correctly.

January 11, 2023

Improvements and changes

Fixed issues

  • When selecting the webhook instant trigger in SmartSuite > When a record is created, it was not possible to create a new webhook. Instead, the error 'Validation failed for 1 parameter(s).’ appeared.

  • In some cases, even if a scenario was successfully executed, scenario history logs were not always displayed for all past executions.

  • The ClickUp app logo was not displaying correctly in the scenario builder when selecting ClickUp apps and modules.

  • It was not possible to use the side navigation to switch between organizations in different zones, i.e. EU1 to US1.

  • Some SSO logins encountered an unresponsive infinite loop.

  • Customers on free plans incorrectly saw a nonfunctioning button to purchase extra operations.

  • Some payments could not be correctly processed and the pending status persisted.

  • Some notifications appeared without a description.

  • On the affiliate dashboard, the date filtering dialog did not close after clicking Apply.

  • In case of failed card payments, there were errors processing newly entered payment cards.