About the Webhooks channel
The built-in Webhooks channel allows you to make API calls to third party systems from a pipeline. When you create or import a new pipeline, a new unique webhook url is created.
Note: This channel is intended for developers and technically savvy pipeline builders.
The steps you can use with Webhooks fall into two categories: Requests and JSON Requests
|Trigger||Incoming Request||Triggers when you make a HTTP request to provided url.|
|Action||Make Request||Makes a HTTP request.|
|Trigger||Request for JSONP||Triggers when a request is made to provided url for JSON.|
|Action||JSONP Response||Takes action only on JSON responses.|
Webhook urls and mailparser
When you create or import a new pipeline, a new unique webhook url is created. This has implications in the mailparser app. For example:
You create or reimport an existing pipeline for mailparser. A new webhook url is automatically generated:
Since the url has changed, you'll need to update it in your mailparser account.
Copy the new URL and open your mailparser account inbox.
In mailparser, click on the integration section:
Edit your defined Generic Webhook to reflect the new url and save the changes:
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