When you’re ready to integrate a new workflow into 10,000ft, you’ll first need to figure out which method is right for your needs. We offer multiple solutions to integrations. Here’s a breakdown of the capabilities, implementation challenge, and costs of each method:
This is the most basic option when you want to get data out of 10,000ft. You can use the exports to .CSV to pull certain sets of data into Excel or another spreadsheet program.
Read more about exporting data in our Knowledge Base.
Zapier offers a subset of the full API through a very easy-to-use point and click interface. Using Zapier does not require a software engineer to write custom code for your integration, so it can be less expensive and faster to execute. Zapier doesn’t allow as robust integrations as are possible with our API, but is great for simple actions between tools such as creating a project or adding an assignment.
Additionally, there’s the possibility that the application you’re trying to integrate with isn’t connected to the Zapier platform. We recommend checking the Zapier website before committing to this type of integration. Also, depending on your usage, you might need to purchase a monthly subscription to the Zapier service.
This is the most robust, flexible, and challenging solution to implement. This option provides the most capability for integration, but requires web development skills in order to implement it effectively.
This chart gives a brief overview and comparison of the capabilities of each integration method in comparison to the website.
Full: All features and functionality available
Partial: Offers a subset of full features. See full documentation for details.
Read-Only: Can only view records