You can add a Webhook Trigger to a Mission so it can be automatically launched from another system. Mobilize your team when something important happens in apps like Github, Stripe, Shopify, Hubspot, Mailchimp (the list goes on!), or any system that works with Zapier.

Mobilize your team when something important happens

Webhook Triggers accept arbitrary JSON (application/json) or html form encoded (application/x-www-form-urlencoded) requests. When you setup a webhook trigger, it waits for a sample request and parses out any data that was sent. You choose which data is important to include in your Mission.

Webhook Triggers in action

With Webhook Triggers and the building blocks in Missions, you can easily build a process and workflow around what happens after a critical event from another system occurs. We could setup a Mission to help us collect feedback and learn why customers unsubscribe from our service by triggering off of a Stripe customer.subscription.deleted event. That Mission could look something like this 👇

Missions Webhook Triggers will blow the doors open 💨🚪on your Slack workflows. We’re brimming with excitement over all of the new possibilities. We’d love for you to try it out, and of course, let us know what you think. 🤗

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