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Managing Apps / Integrations

Replypad’s integration options allow you to continue using the apps you love and enjoy their benefits within Replypad. The transition is seamless to help you streamline your processes.

How does it work?

You need to be an administrator to manage and install apps and integrations. The first step is to install the new app and grant access to the users who should be using this app. Some apps require each user to enable the app in their Replypad account.

Install a new app

You need to be an administrator to manage and install apps and integrations.

  1. In Replypad, open Settings > Apps / Integrations.
  2. In the App Directory tab, look for the app to install and click it. The app will direct you to a page that displays additional information about this app.
  3. Click the Install button.
  4. You’ll be prompted to provide the name of this installed app. The name is how Replypad will refer to your app within your workspace. Name it or keep the default value and click Next.
  5. Choose which users will have access to and be able to use this app within your workspace.
  6. When done, click Install.

And you’re done!

The installed app will show under the Installed tab.

Tip: The same app can be installed more than once in your workspace. Each installed instance will use the unique name you set. Naming each app instance helps connect different accounts/databases/companies with the software you want to integrate.

Manage users access

Managing users’ access controls which users in your Replypad workspace have access to an installed app. Users who have access can see and use this integration within your Replypad workspace.

  1. Open Settings > Apps / Integrations.
  2. Under the Installed tab, look for the relevant app.
  3. Click Manage app (Admin) and select Manage users access.
  4. In the window that opens, select or deselect users you want to grant or deny access to the integration.
  5. Click Save.

Rename an installed app

  1. Open Settings > Apps/Integrations.
  2. Under the Installed tab, look for the relevant app.
  3. Click the Manage App (Admin) button and select Rename.
  4. Set the new name for this installed app
  5. Click Save.

Uninstall an app

  1. Open Settings > Apps/Integrations.
  2. In the Installed tab, search for and select the relevant app.
  3. Click the Manage App (Admin) button and choose Uninstall.
Note: Uninstalling an app affects all users. Users will no longer be able to use this app, and the uninstall will remove all settings, configurations, and linked data. Individual users that want to stop using an app should use the disable option rather than uninstalling the app.