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Webhooks let you easily develop push notifications. This push notification is simply an HTTP POST, that is triggered by some action in your Teamwork Projects account.
This is a feature aimed for developers who want to get data from actions (like when a new task is added or a milestone is edited) that occur on their Teamwork Projects account.
You could use Webhooks to:
What if I don’t want the webhook to fire sometimes?
This is a good question! If you have a webhook set up and you are testing something, you don’t want to send off hundreds of requests. You can turn the webhook off using a parameter at the end of each endpoint.
For example, I might have a webhook set up for Task.Created. A small program I have built uses the data in that webhook to put into an internal reporting system. While testing something else, I don’t want my webhooks firing false data into the reporting system, so instead, I can add fireWebhook=false at the end of my endpoint URL. This will stop the webhook firing.
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