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How do integrations work in Pilot?
How do integrations work in Pilot?

Learn about what integrations we support!

Written by Kelso Kennedy
Updated over a week ago

So you have a wiki in place, lots of folders, maybe a couple of playlists already in place. Everything comes from your or your company's Google Drive, but... wouldn't it be amazing if Pilot could have integrations for some of the tools out there?

Well, look no further!

We are on our path to integrating with pretty much everything. But we can't do it all at once, so we'll be updating this article as often as we have news to share on new integrations we're implementing.

Without further ado, this is the list of tools we currently support:

  • Miro

  • Figma

  • Pingboard

  • Pitch

  • Loom

  • Zoom

  • Youtube

So how do integrations work in Pilot?

It's simple. Just add a link to one of your folders, like so:

This will prompt you to name your link and add it as if it were a document or a spreadsheet. This is how it looks like:

And voilà! Your link is now added to your folder, and when you click on it, you are able to access its contents directly from Pilot (without being yeeted to another tab, that is!)

How did we choose that initial list above, and how are we choosing more?

We looked at where there is demand. Our own needs and the needs of our first few users were very important in our decision to choose these tools above to be our first on the Pilot integrations list.

Speaking of our users' needs (yes, that's where you come in!), we want to hear from you! Give us your honest feedback (that's how we get better at what we do!) and make your suggestions for additional tools you want to see integrated into Pilot.

How do I do that?

All you have to do is add your idea to OR vote for the ones already there. That is the only way for us to know what is in high demand for Pilot users.

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