Webhooks
Configure named endpoints for Blissfully to interact with your custom infrastructure, or cloud apps that support incoming webhooks.

Types of Webhooks

There are many ways to integrate Blissfully into your infrastructure. Presently, Blissfully supports sending data to external webhooks. The first feature to supports this is our Workflow engine. To add a new webhook, navigate to Settings -> Integrations-> All Integrations-> Webhooks. To see what webhooks have been created, navigate to Settings -> Integrations.
Over time, we will send other events to Webhooks, and provide inbound URLs to drive change in Blissfully

Recommendation when creating a new webhook

When creating a new webhook, it is highly recommended that you authenticate into your different services via a service account not an actual user account. By not connecting the accounts to an actual user this ensures the longevity of the integrations so if that user departs or transfers the webhooks will remain intact.

Creating an Outbound Webhook

Creating a new outbound webhook requires a name, and a URL to post data to. You may optionally provide a secret to instruct Blissfully to provide an integrity header to the request.
We strongly recommend using only https endpoints to ensure posted data stays secure while it moves from our infrastructure to yours.

Example Webhook

Check out our Webhook Use cases guide and Zapier setup guide for more webhook use cases!
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