Enable Webhooks

Receive real-time data from WinRed transactions

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Webhooks are the best way to receive real-time data from WinRed transactions. They are completely customizable based on the data you require. Webhooks are configurable for different data points and types. Follow the steps below to set up your Webhook.

Types of Webhooks

WinRed offers two types of Webhooks. A Recipient Webhook, which will deliver event level data that is directed to your organization, and an Origin Webhook, delivering event level data that is coming from your organization.

Set up the Webhook

To get started, head to the Utilities tab and click the Integrations tab from the sub menu. Once there, click the green Add Integrations button and select Webhook from the menu.

Once selected, you'll need to give the Webhook a name and add some notes about what the Webhook is.

Add an Endpoint URL, which is the valid endpoint from the service you would like to send data to.

Next, select your HTTP Method. This will either be GET or POST. If you plan on sending a lot of data, we suggest you use POST. POST is sent using JSON parameters—for additional fields, the name of the field is the JSON key.

Next you'll need to add your HTTP Headers, which is how you will pass additional information in your web requests. This is useful for authorization and signatures.

Select whether to automatically retry failed Webhooks (for up to 25 retries) by toggling Extend Retries to Yes or No.

Next, add any Additional Fields that you would like sent over with your conduit donations.

Select if you'd like to receive a Webhook to your endpoint for every donation by toggling Donation Webhooks to Yes or No.

Lastly, set the Integration Status to Active or Inactive. If you toggle to Active, it will set the Webhook live.

Once done, click Save!

Available Data and Field Types

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