In n8n, integrations are called nodes.
Nodes are the building blocks of workflows in n8n. They're an entry point for retrieving data, a function to process data, or an exit for sending data. The data process includes filtering, recomposing, and changing data. There can be one or several nodes for your API, service or app. You can connect multiple nodes, which allows you to create both simple and complex workflows.
n8n includes a collection of built-in integrations. Refer to Built-in nodes for documentation on all of n8n's built-in nodes.
In addition to using the built-in nodes, you can also install community-built nodes. Refer to Community nodes for more information.
Where to go next#
- If you want to create your own node, head over to the Creating Nodes section.
- Check out Community nodes to learn about installing and managing community-built nodes.
- If you'd like to learn more about the different nodes in n8n, their functionalities and example usage, check out n8n's node libraries: Core nodes, App nodes, and Trigger nodes.
- If you'd like to learn how to add the credentials for the different nodes, head over to the Credentials section.