Beanstalk

Beanstalk integrates with… Everything. Thanks to Zapier.

Posted on January 14, 2013 by Chris Nagele Chris Nagele

Solid integration with many services has been at the core of Beanstalk since we started. Before we even launched out of beta over five years ago we had integration with Basecamp, Lighthouse and Fogbugz. Over the years we’ve continued to add and improve our integrations to help make your development process smooth and connected. Of course, keeping up with all of the integrations is hard work.

Today Zapier, which is like a match maker for web services, announced support for Beanstalk, making it easier than ever to integrate Beanstalk with almost 200 services instantly.

If you are not familiar with Zapier, it is pretty simple. You choose the service you want to use as a trigger (like Beanstalk), then choose another service which should take an action when that trigger is pulled (like posting a to-do). For instance, we use Zapier at Wildbit for Twitter to Hipchat integration. When a new @ mention comes in which mentions our products, we post it to a Hipchat room. It works perfectly and only took a few minutes to set up.

Here is a preview of some of the services that can work with Beanstalk in Zapier:

What can Beanstalk integrate with?