Click on the Integrations link at the bottom of the left pane in Glip to see the complete list of services that integrate with Glip!
Because task management, event scheduling and file sharing are such an integral part of your daily workflow, that functionality was built natively into Glip. Glip, however, also integrates with a number of external applications and services. These integrations allow you to interact with Glip from other applications, move content out of Glip, and bring content from external services into Glip.
Glip's basic integrations allow you to continue to work with some other key applications and services that you may currently be using, like your email and calendar applications.
- Email & Mobile Alerts - Configure email and mobile push notifications.
- Email to Glip - Find the unique email address for all of your conversations so that you can post to Glip via email.
- Calendar - Get your calendar feed so that your Glip events, as well as any tasks with due dates, will appear in your calendar application of choice.
- Google Drive - Share files from Google Drive.
- Dropbox - Share files from your Dropbox.
- Box - Share files from Box.
- Evernote - Share notes from Evernote.
- OneDrive - Share files from OneDrive or OneDrive for Business.
Click on any of the basic integrations in the Available Integrations section for instructions on how to set them up.
Glip also has a number of advanced integrations that allow you to bring content from external services right into your conversation streams. For example, you might want notifications about new and updated JIRA tickets to get posted to your Development team. Or maybe Zendesk tickets for your Customer Support team. You can also do time tracking with the Harvest integration.
Click on any of the advanced integrations in the Available Integrations section and you’ll typically be asked to select a target conversation for the messages from the given service. You’ll then be provided with detailed instructions for setting up the integration. Some integrations, require you to sign into the other service and set up a “webhook” with a URL that we provide you. No need to worry, as we give you the exact steps to follow, along with helpful screenshots.
For other services, you just have to sign into the service and we’ll set everything up for you.
Once set up, most of the advanced integrations (with the exception of Harvest) will start posting messages to the selected conversation. Now that these messages are flowing right into Glip, you can go turn off some email notifications from the other service and have one less reason to check your email inbox!
The Installed Integrations section at the right side of the page, in the shelf, lists any integration that has a target conversation in which you are a participant. This includes integrations that you set up yourself.
Click on an integration to revisit its configuration and setup instructions, or to change the target conversation, pausing the integration (i.e., stopping messages from being posted), or delete it.