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How to use WP Webhooks

This help file is dedicated to get you started using WP Webhooks.
Down below, you will find further details on each specific feature we offer, as well as on how to use it.
To access a feature, simply click on the dropdown and select what you are interested in.

General setup

Install WP Webhooks)

To install WP Webhooks, please follow this manual.

Activate your license)

To access and activate your license, please follow this manual.

Features

Flows (Automated Workflows)

Our Flow feature allows you to create fully dynamic automation workflows to save your time and resources, just like with Zapier, Integromat, or Pabbly. To learn more about it, please see this manual.

Triggers (Send Data)

Triggers are what you usually know as webhooks – they are special endpoints that can send data from your website to an URL once a specific event happens. To learn more about the triggers, please see this manual.

Actions (Receive Data)

Actions are the opposite of triggers – Instead of sending data on a specific event, they allow you to receive data from a specific URL. This way, you can execute certain events directly within your WordPress website based on what the other URL sent to it. To learn more about actions, please see this manual.

Data Mapping

Our Data Mapping feature allows you to map the data based on your needs to the structure of either WP Webhooks or your chosen external service. It allows you to make each service compatible with each other. Here are some links to our manuals:

Authentication

Using our authentication feature, you can connect our webhook endpoints as well to certain APIs that require authentication. To learn more about it, please see this manual.

Logs

The log feature allows you to keep track of every incoming and outgoing data that was send or received by WP Webhooks. To learn more about it, please click here.

Whitelist

The Whitelist feature allows you to limit the access of incoming webhooks (Receive Data) to only chosen IP addresses or IP ranges. To read more about it, please click here.

Whitelabel

Using the Whitelabel feature, you can change the branding of our plugin to your very own one, as well as adjust the content and visibility of features. To read more about it, please click here.

Extensions

On the extensions tab, you will find a list with all of our available extensions that offer you additional features for WP Webhooks. To learn more about it, please click here.

Updated on October 19, 2021

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