Make enables you to automate your processes and communication between different applications and services, transferring and transforming data without the need for manual input.

Using Make allows you to connect Teamwork to any service in Make's list of supported apps and services, allowing you to create multi-step integrations in no time.

Within Make, you can connect your Teamwork site to almost any service (including REST services) and build multi-step integrations using your API key.

To set up the integration, you will need to copy your API key from your Teamwork account.

Click your profile avatar in the bottom left of your site and select Edit my details from the pop-out menu.

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In the user details modal, go to the API & Mobile tab and click the Show your Token button on the left.

Once your API token is visible, click the copy option to the right of the token to copy it to your clipboard.

In your Make account, go to the Scenarios tab and click the Create a new scenario button in the top right.

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Click the plus icon in the middle of the scenario builder view and select Teamwork from the module list.

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A new window will open with a list of available Teamwork trigger and action options. Select a trigger from the list to proceed to the next step.

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If you do not already have a connection to Teamwork set up, click Add to the right of the connection field. A connection creation modal will open where you can give your connection a name and paste in your Teamwork API key.

You will also need to fill out your domain. If your Teamwork URL is, your domain is yourcompany.

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Once you fill out your connection details and click Save, the connection will be established.

You can then set the necessary properties associated with your chosen trigger before selecting a second app to connect with Teamwork.

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Make support

You can read more about this integration via Make's documentation for integrating with Teamwork as well as explore more template options.

Additionally, you can reach out to Make for support using their support center.

For more information, see: Using the Make Integration