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Frequently asked questions

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I am a developer. Is it possible for me to use my code in parts of Intelastel?

No. Intelastel is designed as a highly configurable no-code development platform, so we don’t allow users to directly code in the platform. You could find a way to integrate your code via a third-party module however, see our Integrations page for more information.

Can I ‘roll back’ to a previous version of my Intelastel application?

Once changes to your application are committed, there’s no way to roll them back. This isn’t such a big problem – Intelastel is designed to be easily modified, so recreating or redesigning an aspect of your application shouldn’t take long! That being said, we recommend creating different versions of your applications as you progress through the stages of application development. You can do this by creating a duplicate of your Intelastel application each time – see this section of the user guide for more information.

Why should I make duplicates of my Intelastel application?

We think this is best practice for any software development, including no-code applications. You should create three versions of your Intelastel application, that you regularly update; one for development, one for testing and validation, and one for production use.
This means if you encounter any isses when you add new functionality to your development version, it won’t negatively impact your users.

What is a webhook? Why would I need to use one?

A webhook is a method of activating or updating a destination application from a source application. Within Intelastel applications, webhooks are primarily used for triggering Integromat scenarios following some form of event in Intelastel. This may be because you want your application to interact with other third party services when a new record is created or updated. See our Webhooks guide for more information.

Is there a limit to the amount of data I can import/export using Intelastel?

There’s no limit to the amount of data you can import or export, on any of our plans.