Versioning for make is available now for free!

Hello makers!

Today it is very difficult to document all the changes in your make scenarios. Without notifying your changes, it’s harder to identify and fix a glitch. And without a release note, your team or your customer can’t see what you did and why you did it.

We are thrilled to announce that our version control feature for Make is available now. Everybody can sign up on their own to use and version their scenarios.

ncScale wants to be the GitHub for no-code, we started with make! We just released our product that helps you save all the changes while building scenarios.

How to start using make version control?
Watch demo: ncScale Product Update October 2022 - YouTube


1/ After installation, just change a scenario, and then click on the ncScale button to push:

2/ The changes are displayed as follow:

3/ Document and keep updated your team with a release note:

And there are many other features to document and share new versions with your team!

Try make versioning now!

Can’t wait to have your feedback!

Benoit, ncScale co-founder


Heya @benoitdemontecler :wave:

This is some seriously awesome stuff, I’m loving it! Thanks so much for putting your efforts into such a cool project and thanks for sharing it with the community :pray:

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Thank you @Michaela !
I had several questions in PM:

  • You can add as many organizations as you want in your ncScale account, for example 1 organization for each customer if you are an agency
  • You can add as many collaborators as you want for each organization or app in your account



This is lovely, @benoitdemontecler! Thanks for sharing.

Just saw the demo you shared and a question just popped out.

What other no-code tools can be connected to ncScale apart from Make and the beta versions shown in the video?

Thank you for your message @Diego_Rivas ! Today we are also integrated with Bubble and Airtable. Our next effort will be on Xano, n8n, Zapier, weweb, and Stacker. But our only focus right now is Make :sunglasses:

Since you are already integrated with airtable maybe considering Softr in the future could be a great boost.

Make + Airtable + Softr + ncScale sounds like the dreamteam.

either way, Congrats on the effort and success on what is yet to come @benoitdemontecler!

By the way. maybe this could be useful for scaling and reaching more makers is a curated list of no-code tools. you can add ncScale as a new resource in there. :smiley: