Connect to OpenAI
You can now add a flow step to integrate with OpenAI with a prebuilt connector.
Download integrator.io Postman collection
You can easily download the integrator.io Postman collection at any REST API article in our Help Center. This includes the popular connections, flows, and users API endpoints.
User experience (UX) enhancement: Consolidated homepage selection for new items
In order to help our customers accomplish the most frequent tasks, the Celigo platform homepage offers newly redesigned menu options available from Create and Upload buttons.
UX enhancement: Template installation streamlined
Previously when installing a template, you had to read and accept a disclaimer that the template, unlike an integration app, is by definition not further managed by Celigo or the template’s author. To simplify installation, this step is no longer present.
UX enhancement: Keyboard access in Mapper 1.0 fields
When a source or destination record field has focus in Mapper 1.0, you can use the Home key as a shortcut to reposition the cursor to the start of the field and the End key to move it after the last character in the field. (Mapper 2.0 already supported these keyboard shortcuts.)
UX enhancement: “Use existing” flow step de-emphasized
When creating a flow step in Flow builder, you always have the choice to reuse an existing resource, such as a similar export or import that you’ve created for another flow. This option was presented in a list labeled Would you like to use an existing…?.
We’ve enhanced the setting to make it more intuitive for most integration developers to click Next and proceed directly to configure the flow step. If you do intend to insert an existing step at this point in the flow, all you have to do is check Use existing import (and similar) and select the flow step before continuing.
It is important to keep in mind that any edits that you make to an existing resource will also apply to all other flows that use it. Verify that no other flows will break as you modify the step in another flow.
UX enhancement: Color-coded “Delete” and “Remove” menu items
Throughout menu items in the Celigo platform, Delete actions (including removal to the Recycle bin) are more easily identified with a red icon and label.
Customer-reported issues resolved
- A branched flow was getting triggered before the current flow completed
- Mapped date formats in NetSuite flows upgraded to the integrator.io SuiteApp 2.x caused runtime errors
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