Build and customize application logic and workflows without writing any code.
An elegant no-code automation platform for building and customizing back-end application logic and workflows using a visual drag-and-drop interface that anyone can use. Build your own apps or extend your existing software tools to work the way you want it to work.
🔀 Powerful application logic and workflows without code
Workflow86 allows anyone to build and customize back-end application logic and workflows. This means you can directly manipulate and extend how your existing software tools work, or build your own tools, all without writing any code. With near unlimited flexibility, you can create a solution that works exactly the way you need it to work. Perform dozens of tasks at once, branch tasks into multiple other tasks at any point, merge tasks together when required, run multiple parallel flows, mix manual and automated tasks together, and create workflows within workflows.
😌 Incredibly easy to use
Building and customizing back-end application logic and workflows might sound intimidating, but Workflow86 makes it mind-mindbogglingly easy. There is no pseudo-code or formulas to remember, simply drag, drop, and connect on a fully visual interface to create powerful, scalable workflow automation software. This means less time training your team and more time building useful tools and faster ROI.
👀 Take a peek at some workflow templates
When you build a workflow in Workflow86, you can share it with anyone you want using a shareable link. Take a peek at some workflow templates our users have created.
🙋♂️ User Sign Up and Approve Workflow
A workflow combining a Typeform form as the front-end collect user information and then into Workflow86 as the back-end to approve or reject the user sign up, with slack notifications to keep your team up to date at all stages.
👩⚖️ Non-Disclosure Agreement Workflow
A nifty workflow used to automate the creation of Non-Disclosure Agreements. A good example of how you can use Workflow86 to automate document generation using forms.
👷 What can you build with Workflow86?
Security Operations (SecOps)
Create workflows to facilitate and enhance collaboration between IT security and operations teams. Create security playbooks, turn policies into interactive workflows and apps, streamline incident response and more.
Data collection, analysis and transformation
Create workflows to collect, analyse and transform data in real-time and at scale. Collect data using forms or aggregate data from multiple integrations, perform data transformation operations, conduct automated analysis and more.
Governance, Risk and Compliance
Create risk audits and assessments, schedule them to be performed at regular intervals, automatically analyse the data and flag actions if a risk threshold is reached.
Create workflows to automate and scale your HR operations, from recruiting to performance reviews, training, on-boarding and off-boarding.
Sales and Marketing
Create workflows to automate and scale sales and marketing operations, from customer intake forms to auto-generate proposals, to workflows that track leads end-to-end, to sending custom emails and follow ups.
Development Operations (DevOps)
Create workflows to track and enhance DevOps, from quality control checklists to risk assessments, code reviews, approvals and more.
How is Workflow86 different to tools like Zapier?
The short answer is that Zapier and Workflow86 focus on providing a no-code solution to different parts of an application. Zapier focusses on the API layer, acting as the glue between services and app so that any app can connect with another app. Workflow86 focusses on the back-end application logic and workflow layer which controls how an app works and handles tasks. While there is some overlap between the two (for example, we can do the API layer as well, as you can do some workflow customization in Zapier), the two tend to excel at the layer that is their core focus.
The long answer to how Workflow86 is different to Zapier
Workflow86 focusses on the back-end application logic and workflow layer of an app. But hold on, can’t you customize workflows in Zapier as well? Yes, but only to an extent. Because Zapier is primarily acting as the glue to connect different services together, you can customise workflows in the sense that you can connect a bunch of different apps and services that perform particular tasks together to create an end-to-end workflow. But as the workflow gets more complex, it will inevitably fall apart because you are effectively “outsourcing” the tasks to a bunch of apps that were never really designed to work together in very complex or highly integrated ways. That is where Workflow86 comes in.
Workflow86 allows users to build application logic and workflows in a microservices architecture, essentially allowing any of its in-platform components and external integrations to work seamlessly together and be combined into very complex and convoluted workflows. So, you can be built with much more flexibility in Workflow86, creating workflows that are impossible in Zapier.
How much does Workflow86 cost?
Right now you can sign up and use Workflow86 for FREE 🤯 We have a free subscription that allows you to run 100 workflow sessions each month. A paid plan is also available with pricing to be finalised soon.
What integrations do you have?
We’ve got a growing list of integrations, starting with the most popular tools out there including Slack, Typeform, Google Sheets and Airtable. More integrations are being added every week.