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Feature of the month: integrations
Airkit provides simple, streamlined means of connecting your apps with external systems so that you can extend the capabilities of any and all platforms you’re already using. With all your external resources organized in one place, it’s easy to use their functionalities in tandem: sync information from different scheduling services, send information from one API to another, or explore new ways to combine familiar features from your favorite platforms.
Right out of the box, Airkit comes with built-in integrations with common platforms like Salesforce, Stripe, and Twilio. Connecting your apps to your accounts in these systems only takes a few minutes. Integrating with external calendars is similarly quick and straightforward, so it’s a breeze to make appointments and sync schedules through your Airkit apps. (And this goes beyond simply restricting scheduling to blocks of free time – Airkit’s ability to integrate information from various calendars streamlines enforcing TCPA as well, no matter the local timezones of everyone involved.)You’re not, however, limited to using Airkit’s pre-built integrations. Airkit also provides the tools to connect an app to any API and make HTTP requests as part of a user’s Journey. It’s no problem if the API requires authentication: Airkit makes it easy to set up both authenticated and custom integrations and use those integrations to perform outbound requests with Data Operations. Airkit also provides the tools to receive custom payloads through either app APIs or subscriptions, triggered by events within the applications themselves.
Try it out!
Airkit makes it fast and easy to connect your existing systems to Airkit apps. Here’s how to get started:
- If you don’t already have access to Airkit, sign up for our free trial here. (For more on getting started, check out our Quickstart Guide.)
- If you have a Salesforce account and are looking to familiarize yourself with integrations, start by going through the tutorial Create a Salesforce Lead. If you have a more specific integration and use case in mind, and you want to start experimenting with that immediately, check out Setting up Integrations.