Notify your application when an event happens in your project
Webhooks will send real-time notifications to your application whenever an event is triggered in your boards .
Webhooks use HTTPS requests to send a JSON Payload to your app, you can then listen to those notifications and execute actions in your app.
Here are some examples of what you can achieve with Webhooks:
- When a new idea is submitted to your board, FeedBear will notify your app and you can create a card in Trello
- When an upvote is submitted to your board, FeedBear will notify your app so you can increment the count on a Google Spreadsheet
- When a comment is submitted to your board, FeedBear will notify your app so you can send a message in a Slack channel
The possibilities are endless and if you are not a developer you can use Zapier to integrate with third-party platforms such as Gmail, Drive, Slack, Trello, etc.
1. Configure your Webhook URL
On your “Project Settings” you will find the “Webhooks” area.
The first step is to configure the URL to which the notifications will be sent to. You can use a URL from your website or from a third-party application.
2. Listen to notifications
On the URL provided, you will need to process the JSON payload received via HTTPS requests.
Each event triggered will have a different payload, you can find more details about the payload for each event at the bottom area of the page:
3. Enable Webhooks
The next step is to enable the Webhooks, so FeedBear can start sending notifications for the events from your project: