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Full-text search

This helps you locate where certain elements are used in your runs. With ncScale, you can search for specific URLs, API calls, variables, emails, bearers, or tokens within your workflow.

And it’s especially useful for webhooks, allowing you to see which other N are triggering them (or make scenarios, bubble workflows, airtable views, …).

Dependencies mapping

It’s difficult to assess the full impact of your changes in advance. For example, if I change a calendly link, how will it affect my no-code infrastructure? Which elements will be impacted?

With ncScale, you can find the dependencies between all the elements inside and outside your workflows, thanks to our dependencies feature.

Readmes and the Tag Feature

This allows you to group related items together and provide documentation through your readmes. You can write a readme for each element of your workflow and tag various items within your automation based on their features.

Additionally, you can embed a Miro board or a Loom video, which will make it easier when sharing and explaining your automations with other people.

Sorting by last edited date

On ncScale, you’re able to see which changes have been made recenty to which automations and filter your views by last edited or by tags.

Usage by tasks (🔜)

To track tasks independently and see their usage to reduce bill‍


Log storage

ncScale stores all the logs from your n8n automations for 30 days. You can view your logs filtered by client, ID, app, datasource, message, error message, etc.

Performance reports

ncScale allows you to have visibility over your no-code at all times, even if you’re away. Thanks to our weekly performance reports, you’ll receive insights regarding the performance of your apps and the errors that have been found.

n8n run analysis

This helps you analyze workflow usability and identify high-resource-consuming automations. ncScale allows you to monitor the usage of specific workflows, such as the number of runs on a particular automation for a given day.

‍Log filtering and views

This enables you to focus on specific log data that is relevant to your analysis. You can create custom views by applying filters based on conditions such as user email, workflow ID, app version, error message, and database changes.


You can create observers for various log types, including errors (e.g. error workflow runs), workflow activities (e.g.  workflow runs, workflow edits, deleted authentications)

  • You want to have a custom alert for some workflow in your n8n account
  • You want to follow a workflow for a client after transferring the account to him
  • You want to be alerted as soon as a workflow is changed by someone other than you.
  • Operating constraints (like the famous 429 error for when your integration ****has surpassed its rate limit, or number of requests they can send in a given period of time).

Alerting and Troubleshooting

ncScale makes troubleshooting easier. Everytime there is a match to one of your observers, a ticket is created on ncScale and an alert is sent to your team. On the tickets dashboard, you can work together with your team to fix these errors and close the tickets.

Integration with n8n native logs

This will make troubleshooting and navigation a lot easier for you and your colleagues.

For any log entry, you can click on "Go To" and directly access the corresponding native logs on n8n.

By using ncScale's features, you can improve your n8n documentation and log management capabilities, ensuring more reliable and scalable automations.

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