Improvements to the Webhooks User Experience

Webhooks pages on your school (found under Settings > Webhooks) have been revamped with new design and functionality.

On the new page, you’ll create a new webhook by clicking the orange button in the top right corner. Edit existing webhooks by clicking the teal pencil icon. Under the “Status” heading, you’ll be able to see whether a webhook is verified (tested successfully) or failed (tested unsuccessfully), and under “Number of Triggers” you’ll see how many times the webhook has been executed.

When you click to edit a webhook, you’ll be brought to a page where you can see more details about the webhook and its trigger history. Here, you can also change and save the type of event trigger, and toggle whether to send the data as a JSON array.

For a verified webhook, that page should look something like this, with successful attempts in the trigger history:

A failed webhook will be automatically disabled after four unsuccessful triggers, as you’ll see in the trigger history here:

Under the “Status” heading, you can manually re-enable a webhook once it has been disabled due to trigger failure.

Learn more about using Webhooks on your Teachable school here.