You can view a list with all your webhooks on the Inbound Webhooks page.

A webhook will include the following details:

  • Webhook name: The webhook name that you gave it when creating manually, or that was generated automatically.

  • Integration: The service that the webhook will receive data from.

  • Scope: The functionality of the webhook.

  • Webhook link: The webhook link that you can copy and configure in another service (the selected integration).

  • Last run: Shows when the webhook has received data last time.

  • Actions:

    • Clone: Allows you to create a new webhook, with identical settings, but a new, unique, link.

    • Edit: Access the webhook edit mode.

    • Delete: Allows you to delete a webhook if it's not assigned to a survey campaign.

  • Status: Allows you to switch ON (activate) or switch OFF (deactivate) a webhook. Note: You will not be able to switch OFF a webhook that is assigned to an active survey campaign.

You can click on a webhook (or click the Edit icon) in order to access the edit mode. In the edit mode, you will see a section showing if this webhook is currently being used in a survey campaign.

If the webhook is used in a campaign, you will see the name of the survey campaign displayed in the section. If the assigned campaign is active, then you will see a green dot next to the campaign's name, while if the campaign is deactivated, the dot will be red.

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