Webhooks allow you to receive an HTTP POST anytime someone schedules an event. This is useful if you need to build custom automations with code.
Creating a webhook
To create a webhook, navigate to Settings > Integrations and click the + icon:
As soon as you register a webhook, we will begin sending real-time payloads to the URL when various events occur. Your endpoint should respond with an HTTP
200 OK status code as soon as you receive a payload from SavvyCal. We recommend using a background queue to process incoming payloads to ensure your service responds speedily.
If you'd like to test out receiving payloads, RequestBin is a handy little service you can use.
Specific technical details on webhooks and their contents can be found in the SavvyCal API Docs.