At Pipedrive, we aim to provide our customers with an ever-increasing number of features to allow them to be successful at sales.
However, there are times when you may need to get that little bit more out of Pipedrive for your specific use case, or you work with teams that don't use Pipedrive and need to share data between two different services.
In these cases, Pipedrive, along with a number of third-party vendors, have built some apps to boost the productivity of your team and the other teams around you, integrating with the tools that the other people in your team are using.
To get a better understanding of our Marketplace categories and what they can do for your business, click here.
To find the full list of these Pipedrive apps and integrations, go to your dropdown and click on Marketplace.
You can see the Apps & integrations you already have connected to Pipedrive by going to Tools and apps > Marketplace apps.
In the Marketplace, you'll find a full list of apps and integrations — each with its own description and links to more information.
You'll find a quick-and-easy Install now button allowing you to easily add the app to your Pipedrive account.
For some apps that rely on a third party's service, you will instead see a Visit site to install button, which will take you to their instructions on how to integrate their service with Pipedrive.
Many of the apps found in the Pipedrive Marketplace allow for their actions to be available in relevant places within the Pipedrive app, making customers more efficient in all of their business dealings in and out of Pipedrive.
These apps can be found under the App extensions portion of the Marketplace. For more information about app extensions in Pipedrive, click here.
If you've enjoyed one of the apps in the Marketplace, feel free to leave a review, so that other Pipedrive customers can see how useful it can be for improving their business!
Note: New apps are constantly being added to the Marketplace, so it's worth checking back regularly to see what's been added, and to see if you could improve your productivity, or work better and smarter within your team's workflow.