Scraping website data into Make (formerly Integromat)

Simplescraper enables you to scrape website data directly into the automation tool Make (formerly Integromat) to use in your scenarios. It's quick and easy to setup so let's get started.

Follow the steps below or watch the 1 minute video above

  • Open the Make dashboard and click on the 'Create a New Scenario' button on the right-hand side

  • In the search box, under 'What services do you want to integrate?', type 'webhooks' and select the webhooks option that appears and then click continue

  • On the scenario page, click the webhooks module that you just added and select 'Custom webhook' on the menu that appears

  • Click the 'Add' button on the right-hand side and give the webhook a name and then click save

  • After clicking save, you will see that a webhook URL has been generated. Copy this URL and jump over to the Simplescraper dashboard in a new tab or window and go to the recipe whose data you want to send to Make

  • Navigate to the Integrations tab of that recipe and paste the URL that you copied into the webhooks input field and press the enter key to save it

  • Now click the 'run recipe' button in Simplescraper. Because we've set the webhook URL, the scraped data will be sent to that URL when the recipe finishes. It's time to test that it's working so jump back to Make once the scrape task has completed

  • Make should have detected the scraped data and will show a 'successfully determined' message. Click the OK button to save your configuration

  • In Make add the JSON module as a second step and choose JSON parse. On the JSON menu, click on the JSON string field and select value from the Webhook step. This is required in order for the data to be formatted correctly

  • That's it. You can now add any other modules such as Airtable, Google Sheets, or wherever else you wish to send your data. Whenever you run your recipe the scraped data will be sent to Make and on to those destinations. Easy!

If you have any questions about this please reach out to us via chat. You may also find our Scraping data into Zapier guide useful.