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Webhook generator for Zapier by Max. P


Here is a useful webhook generator that I built, which will simplify the process of writing your webhook code and eliminates writing mistakes. You can use the “output URL” as a formula in any Coda table to send the row values to Zapier.




How to use it?

1. Paste your webhook URL in the “Webhook URL table.”
2. Paste all column titles in the “Variable values” table for each value you want to send. (*Note: The “Value” has to be the exact same title as the column title in your table).
3. Your output URL is ready! You can now paste this URL as a formula in a newly created column in your table. This will generate a link in each row of that table.
Click the link of the row of which you want to send data over to Zapier.
4. Your data has now been sent over to Zapier!

*Optional:

You can select the “HTML” checkbox, to send over your “Value” text (Or Column title) as HTML code. This is a feature that I personally use to format web-pages automatically.




/// Write your webhook URL below

Webhook URL
0
Webhook URL

/// Write your column header values in the table below:

Variable values
0
Value
Var Title
@
HTML
HTML tag
1
Data
Data={1}&
EncodeForUrl(thisRow.[Data]),
2
Title
Title={2}&
EncodeForUrl('<>'+Title+'</>'),
3
Width
Width={3}&
EncodeForUrl('<>'+Width+'</>'),
4
Length
Length={4}&
EncodeForUrl('<>'+Length+'</>'),
5
h5
6
7
8
9
There are no rows in this table

///
👍
This is your formatted web-hook. You can paste this as a formula in any table to send over data.


Formatted output URL:


Hyperlink(Format('https://hooks.zapier.com/hooks/catch/3247762/b4hmg7q/?Data={1}&Title={2}&Width={3}&Length={4}&',EncodeForUrl(thisRow.[Data]),EncodeForUrl('<>'+Title+'</>'),EncodeForUrl('<>'+Width+'</>'),EncodeForUrl('<>'+Length+'</>'),"Create webhook URL"))

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