Hello. In today's video, I'll tell you about, web hooks that are now available in Salesmsg. To go to Webhooks, go into settings of the Account - Integrations - view Webhooks. You can see I have one test webhook set up already, but I will show you how to set up a web hook from ground up. Go to new Web hooks. Go to the receiver of the web hooks that you have set up. Paste the URL, enter the name, and enter the throttling number. For simplicity, I will only do the message sent trigger. But we have a whole lot of triggers, for you to choose from. We also generate, test payload info so that you can check what's being sent and what's not before you actually send the webhook. So then if I save my webhook here, it has a status, and to activate it, I go into conversation and send my message. If we update this page, we should eventually see that we have indeed sent information to the webhook, and it has some data. If you want to check, what's happening on your webhooks in terms of, sales msg app, you can also go to your Web hook, go into Request History page, and then see this view or the detailed view about every request. Thank you.
In this video, the speaker talks about how to set up webhooks in Salesmsg. They explain how to navigate to the webhooks section in the account settings, and then proceed to set up a new webhook by entering the receiver URL, name, and throttling number. The video demonstrates how to set up a message sent trigger, although there are other trigger options available. Salesmsg also generates test payload information to ensure that the correct data is being sent before sending the webhook. The speaker explains how to activate the webhook and how to check the Request History page for more detailed information about every request.