How to connect MailBluster with Make (Integromat)

How to connect MailBluster with Make (Integromat)

Craving to know how to connect MailBluster with Make

You’re in the right place!

Make (or formerly Integromat) is a reliable solution for integrating thousands of apps with interactive visual scenarios. 

While you are stuck with the automation process and finding a special tool that  provides you with a convenient data sync process and design workflows without any special coding knowledge, Make is the perfect solution for you.

MailBluster offers integration capabilities with Make, allowing users to streamline their automated processes easily. Integrating tools like Make can enhance the efficiency and functionality of automated tasks within MailBluster.

Read on to learn how to connect MailBluster with Make.

Table of Contents

What is Make

By using Make, you design, build, and automate anything and send information between MailBluster and the numerous apps it features.

Make also opens up the opportunity to connect MailBluster with other apps so that you can create custom workflows with emails, tools, automate the data and content changes.

You can automate workflows in Make between  MailBluster and other apps through modules, custom actions, triggers, and searches.

MailBluster and Make support these features: Create Lead, Create Product, List orders, and more. Take a look at the list of supported features in the following.

MailBluster and Make supported features

How does Make operate

Make (foremerly Integromat) creates scenarios to operate different steps. Scenarios contain a sequence of steps that need to be completed with the information it possess. Scenarios includes data source, data processing, and the information needs to be ignored.

A scenario requires two initial tasks to run.

  1. Trigger
  2. Action

A trigger is a module that generates bundles and works under the changes in the service that the user inputs. 

An action is a module that enables you to read or write bundles from or selected app or service.

An example of the service will clear up all the confusion. 

So, let’s connect MailBluster to the Google sheet’s data on Make right away.

How to connect MailBluster with Make: Google sheet to MailBluster

Connecting Google sheet to MailBluster on Make

If you are finding how to use and your automation process to run more conveniently, Make has the integration function you are eagerly waiting for. For instance, if you have data in Google Sheets and you want to automate this data with MailBluster through an interactive visual of Make’s integration.  

Let’s dive deep into the steps of connecting MailBluster with Make.

Watch this video with step-by-step procedure to start integration

Alternatively, you can go through the screenshots process in the following.

Step 1: Add Google Sheet

Sign in to your Make account. Click on Create a new scenario. You get a new screen with a + sign. Click on the + sign and a list of apps appears. Search Google Sheet on the search bar down the list and select it. Now you see a list of modules. Search and select Watch New Rows.

Now, Google sheet is added. Then, connect your Google sheet by clicking on Add and keep all the fields as shown in the image, and click ok.

Now, ‘Choose where to start’ box appears. Select All to finish the step.

See the step-by-step process in the images-

Make’s Integration Dashboard
Adding apps on make integration
apps adding pull down menu on Make
apps adding pull down menu on Make
Connecting Google sheet with MailBluster integration on Make
Connecting Google sheet with MailBluster integration on Make
Connecting Google sheet with module fields 
choose where to start in the Google sheet module

Step 2: Add MailBluster module with API key

Now, add MailBluster in Make’s integration. Click on Add another module and Select MailBluster. Available modules will appear later. Search and select Create a lead. Add connection to MailBluster with API key.

Go to your MailBluster account and select Settings>API Key>Create New>Name the key>Create API key. Copy the API key value

Click on Add on MailBluster module on Make and paste it into the Make API key field. Later, select data that you want to integrate from Google Sheet to MailBluster. Here, email address is selected and it’s going to create leads in the MailBluster dashboard. Click OK.

See the step-by-step images-

Settings in MailBluster
API keys in MailBluster
Creating API key in MailBluster
Copying Key value in MailBluster
Adding API Key in Create a connection on Make
Selecting Email address in MailBluster module

Step 3: Save & Run the Integration

Moving on to step 3, Save the integration process and click on Run once. You can see in the bottom left corner of the screen some processes are running. If successful, it will show The scenario run was completed. You can run the scenario at your scheduled time as well. Click on Scheduling, and a Schedule setting box will appear. In case your Google sheet updates with new leads, this schedule run will ensure the automation process is updating as well.

Now, go to MailBluster and see the Leads section to see the added leads.

See the steps in the images-

Saving integration process between Google Sheets & MailBluster
Run once in Google Sheets and MailBluster’s integration process 
Integration process is successful between Google Sheets & MailBluster
Scheduling integrations between Google Sheets & MailBluster
Leads are successfully added to MailBluster from Make

Wrap Up 

Make offers compatibility with hundreds of other apps for seamless integration. Connect apps like Google Sheets to automate workflows across various platforms using MailBluster. Should you encounter any difficulties, refer to our blog on how to connect MailBluster with Make for step-by-step instructions on connecting MailBluster with Make effortlessly!


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