We're thrilled to share that Iteration X is now on the list of native integrations offered by Make.com! 🎉

In addition to our current integrations with Jira, Linear, and Asana, you can now effortlessly link Iteration X with thousands of other tools using our Make.com integration, starting with your preferred project management platforms, including Trello, Notion, Monday, and Clickup. 

Not to mention, you can also easily export your issues into CSV reports, Google Sheets, or Airtable projects, making reporting on projects that much easier.

Iteration X makes bug capture better with context

For engineering, product, and design teams out there, releasing a new feature or site is just the beginning. Once you go live, the next step is to track down and fix any bugs or issues that pop up.

That’s where Iteration X comes in. The Iteration X Chrome extension lets you annotate live websites or web apps directly in Chrome, making the whole process smoother. You can skip the tedious steps of taking screenshots, setting up video calls, or getting lost in endless Slack threads. With Iteration X, you capture issues with full visual context in just a couple of clicks, and let your team get straight to resolving them.


The Make.com and Iteration X integration makes sharing bugs and feedback much faster

Make.com - previously called Integromat, if you haven’t come across it before - lets users create automated workflows between different applications and services, even if they don’t have native integrations.

Users can design custom workflows using a visual editor, where they connect apps and set up triggers and actions to automate repetitive tasks. With the ~1600 integrations offered by Make.com today, the possibilities for teams collaborating on software projects are wide open.

Examples of automated workflows with bug capture in Iteration X

Automated Bug Tracking and Task Creation:

Workflow Description:

When a team member reports a bug or issue in Iteration X, the integration with Make.com can automatically create a corresponding task in Monday.com, ensuring that the issue is tracked and managed in the project management space.

Steps:

- A bug is reported in Iteration X.

- The Make.com integration detects the new issue and extracts relevant details, specifically the project name and the issue title and description.

- A new task is created in the Monday board matching that project, with the task title and description sourced from Iteration X.

- A comment is added on a task to the project owner to assign the task, ensuring it’s addressed as soon as possible.  

Synchronizing Design Feedback

Workflow Description:

Designers using Figma can receive direct feedback on their designs within Iteration X. Once an issue related to design is reported, Make.com can be configured to send a notification or comment to the Figma file, alerting the designer and providing them with specific feedback.

Steps:

- An issue related to design is reported in Iteration X.

- Make.com detects the issue and identifies it as design-related.

- A comment or notification is sent directly to the Figma file, alerting the designer.

- The designer can view the feedback and respond or make changes as necessary, all within their design environment.

Code Review and Issue Resolution:

Workflow Description:

Make.com can automate the export of every issue created to Google Sheets, including their resolution status, and update the status of every task regularly, so that you can build real-time charts representing your team’s progress over a set period of time.

Steps:

- A bug or issue is reported in Iteration X.

- Make.com detects the issue and creates a new row in a previously created Google sheet, with all matching data points, including issue status and creation date. The row has a blank value in the ‘Date resolved’ column.

- Some time later, the bug or issue status is marked as ‘Resolved’ on Iteration X

- Make.com detects the status change and adds a new value in the ‘Date resolved’ column.

These are only a couple of examples covering some of the use cases we’ve come across so far. If you have tested other ways to use Make.com that you think could be powerful with a bug capture tool, please let us know!