Here at CloudWork, our primary goal is to help your business manage your cloud data integration needs. We want to offer you a great user experience and a straightforward, pragmatic approach to syncing and linking your data between your business app tools.
Our click and connect cloud data integration catalog is filled with actual business use cases. These are integrations that can be set up in three or four steps, with no complex coding or complicated data transfers.
We know you need app integration tools that don’t get in the way of your relationships with customers, your focus on quality, and your ambitions to innovate and stay ahead of industry trends when you next create service and product solutions. By using cloud data integrations, you spend less time on the backend administration and more time on your core business.
We are pleased to present some user interface design enhancements to help you get the job done quickly. If you are adding new integrations to your account, you will notice some new screens to guide you through the process.
One-stop access to all our integrations
On your account home page, where your current integrations are listed, you can now see a “Create Integration button”. This will take you to our new integration wizard.
Now all our integrations are listed in one place. You can find fresh ideas for app integrations that will help your business workflow in two ways: by clicking on the apps you use, or by using the filter input box in the top right hand corner.
1. Click on each of the apps you use in the lefthand side menu.
Now, you will be given a list of all integrations that involve the apps you use. You can now more easily see which cloud data integration tools could help you in your business. When you find an integration that will help reduce your data entry and administrative workload, click on the “Activate” button.
2. Alternatively, you can type a keyword in the filter box in the top righthand corner. For example, you could type in “email” to see all integrations that help you automate your email workflows.
What your cloud data integration will and won’t do
Our revamped integration configuration screen clearly lets you know when the integration will transfer your data between your cloud apps, and (just as importantly), when it won’t.
For example, with our integration “Add Evernote attachments to Google Drive” you can automatically backup all the attachments stored when you create a note in Evernote. This screen clearly lets you know that when you create a new note, your attachments are saved to your preferred folder in Google Drive, but if you later update that note, no further data will be transferred. Now you know you will need to create a new note if you have more attachments to backup, and you can rest assured that you are not saving duplicate attachments if you have to go back and edit the Evernote note text where you already have attachments.
Please let us know what you think of our new user interface. We are constantly improving the cloud data integration tools we offer our business users and are always looking for ways to help you keep your focus on what matters most: your business value.