Intro to App Center

Connect and integrate other apps to bring all your work into ClickUp.

Use App Center to discover, connect, and manage integrations in ClickUp.

Connect your favorite apps to enhance your development workflow, use Universal Search and commands, and bring the rest of your work into ClickUp.

What you'll need

  • The App Center is available on all ClickUp plans.
  • Guests can view the App Center, but only Workspace owners, admins, and members can connect apps.

Access the App Center

You can open App Center from anywhere in ClickUp.

From the toolbar:

  1. In the upper-right corner, click the Quick Action menu.
  2. Click App Center.

From the Command Center:

  1. Type Open App Center to find the Open App Center command.
  2. Press Enter or Return.

Screenshot of the Open App Center command.

From your Workspace settings:

  1. In the upper-left corner, click your Workspace avatar.
  2. Select Apps.
  3. Click App Center.

View all apps

From the App Center, click All Apps to view the apps available to connect to ClickUp.

If you've already connected an app, it will be displayed with a green checkmark.

Find a specific app using the Search apps field in the top right.

Browse the categories in the left sidebar to find the apps most relevant to you.

If you want to recommend a new integration, click Suggest an App in the lower-left corner of the App Center.

Connection types

You can connect apps to ClickUp in two ways. The connection type varies by app.

Private connection

A private connection is just for you. Connecting an app will change your ClickUp experience with new functionality, but won't affect anyone else.

Any data associated with a private connection will only be visible and available to you.

For example, you can connect Figma as a personal connection to ClickUp. Other people in your Workspace will not have access to your Figma designs through ClickUp.

Screenshot of Figma as a private connection.

Shared connection

A shared connection allows a Workspace owner or admin to connect an app once to enable features for all members of the Workspace.

For example, Figma is also available as a shared connection for Universal Search. When you connect Figma this way, everyone in your Workspace will be able to see Figma files in their ClickUp search results.

Use a bot or service account to create a shared connection so your private work doesn't appear in other people's ClickUp search results.

Screenshot of Figma as a shared connection.

Apps that require permissions

Some apps may ask you to give ClickUp permission to access and use your data.

You can always disconnect an application to revoke ClickUp’s access.

Connect an app

From the App Center:

  1. Browse the All Apps page, or from the left sidebar, select a specific category for your use case.
  2. Click on the app you want to connect to ClickUp.
  3. Review the connection information and click Connect.
  4. Follow the prompts to connect the app with ClickUp.

Screenshot of Google Drive in the App Center.

Filter by apps when searching with the Command Center.

Disconnect an app

You can disconnect an app from ClickUp if you no longer need it.

For example, if you previously attached a file from your Google Drive to a ClickUp task, removing the Google Drive connection will not delete the copy attached to the ClickUp task.

Or, if you previously used GitHub to link ClickUp tasks with GitHub commits and PRs, disconnecting GitHub from the Workspace won't delete any past GitHub activity from your ClickUp tasks.

To disconnect an app from the App Center:

  1. From the App Center, click the app you want to disconnect.
  2. Next to the account connected to ClickUp, click the ellipsis ... icon.
  3. Click Disconnect.

You can reconnect the app at any time.

Screenshot of the button to disconnect an app.

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