Quickwork Journey Builder is an integration platform enabling you to connect various applications and create journeys (workflows)—simple and complex—in just a few mouse clicks. Integrated apps, using Quickwork Journey Builder, send and receive data seamlessly to achieve the next level of automation. i.e. creating a digital workspace where a system deals with real-time data to automate tasks without human intervention.
Quickwork Journey Builder's user interface obeys a top-down approach where clicking on one field and adding input to it opens the other fields automatically. This approach gives you a better understanding of the data you have provided.
A journey is a connection between two or more applications such as Gmail, Eventbrite, Google Drive, etc. established to perform an event that we specify. It's like configuring a use case in a series of steps. Once you finish defining the journey and enable its execution, Quickwork Journey Builder will execute it for you each time when a specified event occurs.
For a better understanding, let's look at some examples.
When a new event is created in my Eventbrite account, send the details of the event to my Gmail account.
When a new task is created in my Google Tasks account, translate the note in Spanish (using Google Translate), and send the translated text to my Gmail account.
Once you define this, Quickwork Journey Builder will take care of the rest.
For the first scenario, Quickwork Journey Builder keeps checking for a new event in your Eventbrite account. As soon as a new event hits, the journey automatically sends its details to the Gmail account you have specified.
If 10 new events are created in Eventbrite, Quickwork Journey Builder will run the journey 10 times, sending you the email for each event.
All this happens in a flash requiring no manual intervention. Just sit back and see the magic happening.
The example we discussed is a simple journey. You can create more complex journeys by connecting more actions as per your use case.
To get started with creating your first journey, click here. The guide contains a series of steps helping you to make your first step towards automation.