Use Spreadsheet.com webhook actions to post updates to servers or third-party applications when automations are triggered in your worksheets.
Spreadsheet.com offers many automation options to post to a webhook. Use a webhook automation to post updates to servers or third-party applications whenever something changes in your worksheets, like when new Form responses are submitted, when a task’s date arrives, on a daily basis, when new tasks are assigned to users, and more.
Webhook automations work in conjunction with the Spreadsheet.com API. For technical documentation and information about working with webhooks and the Spreadsheet API, please visit the full Spreadsheet.com webhooks API documentation.
Setting up a Webhook Automation
Webhook automations work with a variety of automation trigger types. You can begin with a pre-configured automation recipe from the Automation Recipes dialog, or create a new automation from scratch to call a webhook.
If you’re creating a new webhook automation from scratch, first configure your trigger in the Trigger block, and then select “Post to webhook” in the automation’s Action block.
Then, click “Webhook” and enter the URL of the server or application with which you are connecting your workbook.
The URL entered in the Action block must begin with https
Save your automation to activate it. When your automation is triggered, Spreadsheet.com will automatically send information about the row in which it was triggered to the webhook URL entered in the Action block.
Learn more about working with this information in the full Spreadsheet.com webhooks API documentation.