When you open an integration, you can use the tools available from the following tabs to track the status of flows in your integration.
- 1. Settings tab
- 2. Flows tab
- 3. Dashboard tab
- 4. Connections tab
- 5. Notifications tab
- 6. Audit log tab
- 7. Analytics tab
- 8. Users tab
- 9. Admin tab
- 10. Aliases tab
- 11. Revisions tab
Your Settings tab helps you customize your forms and fields at the integration, flow, export, import, or connection level. Click Launch form builder to create a custom form to expose and manage your settings fields, so that less technical users do not need to work with raw JSON.
The Flows tab allows you to monitor the status of all your integration flows. Open this tab to review your flows’ status, monitor your errors, edit your mappings, add an import, and run your flow, among other features.
The integration Dashboard shows you the status of every flow that ran for the last 30 days or however long your data retention plan allows. From here, you can watch your flows run in real-time, review errors as they occur, and review your run times. The dashboard has two tabs: Running flows and Completed flows.
Your Connections tab is where you can monitor the communication channels through which you import and export data to your applications. All functional flows require validated online connections.
With the Notifications tab, you can be notified (or have specific users notified) by email whenever a flow encounters an error or if the connection used by a flow goes offline so that you can quickly fix the problem. Each user must belong to an integrator.io account to receive notifications.
The Audit log tab maintains a record of specific activities in your integrations and flows, including the fields that were changed, the type of change, and who’s responsible for the change. You can view your audit logs at a flow or integration level. You can also view the audit log of the change in data retention period.
Use the Analytics tab within an integration to view errors, successes, ignores, and average processing time per successful record over time in visual charts. They can help you spot patterns or trends and take action accordingly.
The Users tab displays all users accessing this integration and their assigned permission levels. You can also + Invite users to the account if you’re an account owner.
Your integration’s Admin tab gives you general information about your integration, including a Name and Description. Describe your integration here so that other users can quickly understand the high-level business problems being solved. Be sure to highlight any nuances other users might need to know to work in this integration.
Your Aliases tab provides an easy and efficient way to reference resources in your integration. For example, instead of referring to a specific connection ID in a script, you can use an alias for that connection instead. An alias makes maintaining the script easier and less error-prone because it prevents you from manually changing the referenced ID later, such as if you clone the flow and the clone uses a different connection. For more information on creating an alias, see Create and manage aliases.
The Revisions tab allows you to manage your version control, release management, and revisions. See Lifecycle Management (LM) overview and learn more about creating versions and merging integration changes.
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