Glide Declares Latest Integrations to Extend No Code Business Apps

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Glide, a leading no-code platform for building custom business software, announced another milestone in no code software development with the launch of native integrations and an improved, faster editor.

Until now, customers relied on workarounds or spent time stitching together third-party tools to control external services via their apps. This process was challenging to set up and maintain, especially at scale. With the launch of this new capability, businesses can now create custom workflows that connect with their business tools directly in Glide, saving time and resources in the process. Key improvements to the Actions Editor also centralize different business tools in one easy-to-use, seamless interface.

Also Read: Benefits of Enterprises Adopting Low-code No-code Development

Together, these new updates bring an unprecedented level of connection and ease of use to Glide so customers can connect critical business workflows and unlock exciting new capabilities:

Boost communication across teams: Send emails, SMS texts with Twilio, push notifications, and Slack or Microsoft Teams messages with a button push.

Automate away busywork: Create PDFs, generate CSV files, send Stripe invoices, collect e-signatures with DocuSign, automatically add events to a Gmail calendar, and more.

Unlock the power of AI: Complete prompts, generate images, summarize text, and answer questions about proprietary data with OpenAI and Microsoft Azure.

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