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Managing webhooks

You can use webhooks to share information from your Applications with third parties. Webhooks are always triggered as an effect.

Learn more about webhooks and how to create custom ones in our Developer docs.

Feature access

Only admins and Application admins have access to this feature.

Listing webhooks

To display all the webhooks in your account:

  1. On the leftmost menu, click Account.
  2. Click Tools > Webhooks.

The Webhooks page contains the following information:

ColumnDescription
TitleName of the webhook.
VerbMethod of the HTTP request: POST, PUT, GET, DELETE or PATCH.
ApplicationsThe Applications in which the webhook is available.

Monitoring the activity of your webhooks

On the Webhook Logs page, you can check how webhooks have been used in your rules.

To open webhook logs:

  1. On the leftmost menu, click Account.

  2. Click Tools > Webhook Logs.

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    To view older logs, click the Older Webhook Logs tab.

The Webhook Logs page contains the following information:

ColumnDescription
WebhookName of the webhook as it appears in your effects.
Webhook request IDUnique identifier of the request.
URLURL of the receiving service.
Response codeHTTP response status code.
TimeDate and time when the session was created in the Application time zone setting.
note

These results are deleted after 30 days.

tip
  • To expand a result and view its details, to the left of any displayed result, click . This reveals:
    • Request tab: Displays the request.
    • Response tab: Displays the response and the status code.
  • To refresh the results, in the top-right corner, click Refresh.