A webhook is a notification sent over the web, which is triggered automatically whenever a specific event occurs. Something you should know If you have a paid Lineup subscription, you can create as many webhooks as you want. Creating your first webhook On your Services page, head over to the Webhooks tab and click Add one. You can also click on the plus symbol (+) located on the upper left side menu. Toggle your Webhook On or Off. At Name, enter a name for this webhook. At Endpoint, paste the URL that HTTP POST requests will be made to. At Secret, set up a code so that you’ll be able to make sure that the HTTP POST requests you receive at your Endpoint are coming from Lineup. At Description, add a short description that explains what this webhook is meant to do. This is for internal use only and won’t be visible to your invitees. Select the Services you want to use this webhook for. Notifications will be sent out when appointments are booked for the selected services. Make sure to complete all the required fields: Step 3: Saving your webhook Click the Save button at the bottom right of your screen or next to the Settings title to finish up your webhook. Step 1: Opening your logs While in your Services page, click on the Webhooks tab Select the webhook that you want to view logs for. Here you will be able to view the Requests sent and Responses received, send a Test notification to your endpoint URL, or Redeliver specific notifications. Step 2: Viewing HTTP POST requests Select the Notification you want to view. On the Request tab, you will be able to view the code that was sent to your Endpoint URL, along with the date and time that it was sent. Step 3: Viewing responses Select the Notification you want to view. On the Response tab, you will be able to view the code that Lineup received as a response to the sent notification, along with the date and time that it was received. Set an appointment with our team Maybe the next articles can help... Watch out our Services Page tour video
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