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Getting started with Webhooks
Getting started with Webhooks

Send event notifications from Klenty.

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Written by Preena Francis
Updated over a week ago

Why use Webhooks?

Webhooks are a medium for apps to communicate with each other. When an event happens in Klenty, You can use a webhook to send information about that event from Klenty to the app you'd like to integrate with.

If you use Zapier, they create the webhooks necessary to send information from Klenty to another app and trigger an action. For example, you can use an event for an email sent to create a lead on your CRM.

If you're not using Zapier or the application you want to integrate with Klenty is not listed, you can use webhooks to get the two apps to talk to each other.

Setting up Webhooks with Klenty:

  1. Go to Settings β†’ Integrations β†’ Webhooks

  2. Select the +Add webhook event and choose an event from the drop-down

  3. Paste the Webhook URL from your app and click on Save.

Note: If you want to use webhook securely, choose the checkbox "Secure" and add the bearer token from your destination

"Bearer authentication is an HTTP authentication scheme commonly referred to as token authentication. Bearer tokens are opaque strings, and they're the predominant type of access token used with OAuth"

What is a Webhook URL?

This URL receives the webhook request from Klenty and sends a response to the client-side application.

Request type: POST

To know more about setting up the webhook events and sample responses, click here

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