Transfer data input to an external WebHook like IFTTT or Zapier. Build your own Json body using templating and send using GET, PUT or POST request.


Label (internal name) Type Default Description
Webhook URL (url) string The WebHook full URL, including http[s]:// protocol.
Method (method) select, possible values: GET (get),
PUT (put),
POST (post),
POST MULTIPART (post-multi)
HTTP Method used for the Request
Body: valid JSON or @content. For GET, JSON key/values are transformed to QueryString. (jsonBody) textarea JsonBody with the key:value sent to the webhook
File Contents (content-source) select, possible values: .Input.Node (input),
.LastOutput.StringBody (stringBody),
.LastOutput.RawBody (rawBody),
.LastOutput.JsonBody (jsonBody)
input Source to be used as file contents either in multiparts or as request body
Read Response From (responseFrom) select, possible values: HTTP Body (body),
HTTP Headers (headers)
body Whether to get response data from response.Body or response.Headers
Name (multipart-fields.mpart-name) string Name of the multipart
Value (multipart-fields.mpart-value) string Value of the multipart - Use @file to use Input as file upload
Type (multipart-fields.mpart-ctype) select, possible values: String (key/value) (string),
File Contents (see below - declare filename in value) (content),
File Path (read contents - use base as filename) (path)
string Parameter type
Header Name (headers.header-name) string Header Name
Header Value (headers.header-value) string Header Value
Handle Response (responseTarget) Possible Values Below Attach response to... (leave empty to discard)
   • Json Body (JSON-encoded Data) (json) responseTarget
   • Raw Body (binary) (raw) responseTarget
   • String Body (string) responseTarget
   • Variable (varBinary) responseTarget
      - Name (varName) string Variable Name
      - Data Type (varType) select, possible values: String (dump as string) (string),
Object (decode from JSON) (object),
Array (decode from JSON) (array),
Binary (no conversion) (binary)
string Try to decode data
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