A webhook is a user-defined callback over HTTP. You can use Interact webhooks to notify your app or web application when certain events occur in Interact. For example, you might want to alert your remote application when a page is updated or comment is made on a gallery image. Using a webhook to do this means that your remote application doesn't have to periodically poll Interact (via the REST APIs) to determine whether changes have occurred.

Interact webhooks cover two defined scopes:

Content Changes - Changes may to content held or referenced within Interact. (e.g. the addition of a page or calendar event)
Social Interactions - Social conversations which take place within Interact, typically relating to content. (e.g. making a comment on a gallery image)

What’s Next

Configure webhooks for your site.