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Connecting to your own Zapier Webhook Zap
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Create your Webhook Zap

To connect the Zapier Hooks Pack to your own Zap, you will need to create a Webhooks Zap.
Do this by searching for “Webhooks” in App event or clicking Webhooks or Webhooks by Zapier if they are already available.
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Once you have selected Webhooks by Zapier you will be prompted for an event.
The Zapier Hooks Pack supports both the Catch Raw Hook and Catch Hook event types:
Use the Catch Raw Hook if you are sending only a body or not sending any body, bodyParams, nor queryParams.
Use the Catch Hook if you are sending either bodyParams or queryParams
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Configure Catch Raw Hook

You will then be taken to the Test trigger screen which will provide the webhook URL which you will use in the ZapierHook action. Use the Copy button to copy the generated webhook URL, and right click this button to update it to use your webhook URL
Trigger your Zapier Catch Raw Hook
then click it, then go back to Zapier and click Test trigger to see if it worked. You can update the button with a body if you wish, see for usage.
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Configure Catch Hook

For a “Catch Hook” you will first get this screen which you should just press “Continue” on:
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You will then be taken to the Test trigger screen which will provide the webhook URL which you will use in the ZapierHook action. Use the Copy button to copy the generated webhook URL, and right click this button to update it to use your webhook URL
Trigger your Zapier Catch Hook
then click it, then go back to Zapier and click Test trigger to see if it worked. You can update the button with bodyParams and queryParams if you wish, see for usage.
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