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Setup Webhooks

Snowplow allows you to collect events via the webhooks of supported third-party software.

Webhooks allow this third-party software to send their own internal event streams to Snowplow Collectors for further processing. Webhooks are sometimes referred to as “streaming APIs” or “HTTP response APIs”.

1. Choose and configure a Webhook

The following Webhooks are currently available for setup:

Webhook (click for setup)DescriptionSupport in Snowplow
IgluFor tracking Iglu-compatible self-describing events 0.9.11+
CallRailFor tracking completed telephone calls logged by CallRail 0.9.11+
MailChimpFor tracking email and email-related events delivered by MailChimp 0.9.11+
MandrillFor tracking email and email-related events delivered by Mandrill 0.9.14+
PagerDutyFor tracking incidents reported to PagerDuty 0.9.14+
PingdomFor tracking incidents detected by Pingdom 0.9.14+
SendGridFor tracking email and email-related events delivered by SendGrid Release 75+
AirshipFor tracking mobile notification events generated by Airship Release 75+
ZendeskFor tracking tickets handling in Zendesk Support 0.9.11+ (via Iglu webhook)
MailgunFor tracking Mailgun events related to email delivery Release 97+
OlarkFor tracking Olark transcripts and off-line messages Release 97+
UnbounceFor tracking Unbounce form submission events Release 97+
StatusGatorFor tracking StatusGator cloud provider availability events Release 97+
MarketoFor tracking events related to Marketo Release 107+
VeroFor tracking events emitted by Vero webhooks Release 107+

If you are interested in sponsoring a new webhook integration for Snowplow, let us know.