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With Freelo modules in Make, you can manage projects, to-do lists, tasks, comments, labels, work reports, issued invoices, users, and files in your Freelo account.

To use the Freelo modules, you must have a Freelo account. You can create an account at For subscription information, refer to the Freelo Pricing page.

Refer to the Freelo API Documentation for a list of available endpoints.

Connect Freelo to Make

To establish the connection in Make:

  1. Log in to your Make account, add a Freelo module to your scenario, and click Create a connection.

    Note: If you add a module with an instant tag, click Create a webhook, then Create a connection.

  2. Optional: In the Connection name field, enter a name for the connection.

  3. Click Save.

  4. If required, authenticate your Freelo account in the popup window.

  5. Click I agree.

You have successfully established the connection. You can now edit your scenario and add more Freelo modules. If your connection requires reauthorization at any point, follow the connection renewal steps here.

Build Freelo Scenarios

  • Activate a Project

  • Archive a Project

  • Create a Project

  • Create a Project From Template

  • Delete a Project

  • Get Project Detail

  • List Invited Projects

  • List All Projects

  • List Own Projects

To-Do List
  • List To-Do Lists

  • Get To-Do List Detail

  • Create a To-Do List

  • Watch To-Do List Changes

  • Finish a Task

  • List Tasks

  • List Tasks in a To-Do List

  • Create a Task

  • Get Task Detail

  • Update a Task

  • Delete a Task

  • Activate a Task

  • List Subtasks for a Task

  • Create a Sub Task

  • Watch Task Changes

  • List Comments

  • Add Comment to a Task

  • Watch Comment Changes

  • Create a Label

Work Report
  • Create Work Report

  • List Work Reports

  • Watch Work Report Changes

Issued Invoice
  • List Issued Invoices

  • Get Issued Invoice

  • Mark Invoice As Invoiced

  • List Users

  • Invite Users by Email

  • Invite Users

  • List Files

  • Get a File

  • Make an API Call