Back in March 2018 we released modular webhooks, allowing you to choose which events you’d like to send to each specified hook URL. Up to now this has only been possible through the UI. We’re happy to announce that we just released a brand new
/webhooks API endpoint, which brings support for the setup and maintenance of modular webhooks, as well as some of the Message Stream functionality we’ve been working on.
The new endpoint lets you list all existing webhook configurations; retrieve a specific configuration; and of course create, update, and delete modular webhook configurations.
Note that at this point we haven’t made any changes to how our
/servers endpoints work with regard to webhooks. Setting/updating webhooks via that endpoint will continue to set a single hook for your default transactional stream. We plan to update this in the future, but we’ll give you plenty of advance notice when that happens.
For details on how to use the new
/webhooks endpoint, head over to our docs. And if you have any questions, please let us know!