I am in the process of setting up a system to automatically generate draft responses from my Gmail account. The issue I’ve encountered is that the tutorial I’m following utilizes Zapier to incorporate Relevance.ai into the workflow. Honestly, I have a preference for using make.com; however, it appears that make.com does not offer direct support for Relevance.ai.
I’m reaching out to inquire whether there is a straightforward method to integrate a custom API into make.com for a service that is not natively supported.
Any advice or guidance on this matter would be greatly appreciated.
Yeah Make has an awesome HTTP module that provides flexibility in terms of integrating applications that are not natively supported in the platform, Provided that they have an well documented API it should be straightforward for you to integrate Relevance.ai through Make.
Furthermore, if you want to build a Custom App for Releveance.ai, you can also do it via Make and share that to others as well.
HTTP Module : https://www.make.com/en/help/tools/http
Custom App : https://www.make.com/en/use-cases/build-custom-app-in-make
Hi all, I am quite new to Make but I would like to create a very similar workflow with Make + Relevance as detailed in the original post on this topic. If anyone can elaborate on the responses give in regard to using HTTP module etc, that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Hello @Tom_Drummond welcome to the community
Just stepping in to share a friendly piece of advice.
In the community, it’s generally more effective to start a fresh topic for each new question rather than commenting on older threads. When you initiate a new conversation, you’re more likely to catch the community’s attention and receive the help you need.
I totally understand that you’re joining this discussion because you want to address specific points in this particular topic. No worries! You can always pose your questions in a new topic you create and then link to the other conversations you’re referring to.
Thanks for helping to keep the community organized and making it easier for everyone to share and find the information they need.