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Existing solutions to integrate Confluence with external applications and services may be not sufficient for effective team collaboration. Try a universal solution which can build a bridge between your Confluence Cloud and any system or applications on the basis of webhooks.

Send webhooks upon occurrence of specific events in your Confluence to the external web handler.

  • Manage webhooks for specific events
  • Route webhooks to external web handlers
  • Integrate Confluence Cloud with any application or service of yours
  • Trigger webhooks only for specific actions
  • Get timely updates on events in Confluence in your workplace
  • Disable / enable webhooks when needed
  • Parse the webhook body and fetch its parameters
  • Unlimited webhooks

Managing webhooks

The app allows you to manage Confluence webhooks, as follows:

  • create new webhooks
  • edit the existing webhooks
  • delete the no longer needed webhooks
  1. Navigate to Confluence settings.
  2. Locate the Atlassian Marketplace section.
  3. Select Webhooks. The list with webhooks opens, as follows:

For each webhook, the following information is shown:

  • Webhook - name of the webhook.
  • Status - status of the webhook (enabled / disabled)..
  • Last triggered - time when the webhook was triggered last time.
  • Description - description of the webhook.

Creating a new webhook

Click Add Webhook.

In the Create a new webhook form, specify the following information:

  • Webhook name - enter the name of the webhook.
  • Status - set the required status for the webhook.
  • URL - enter the URL endpoint which the webhook is sent to.
  • Event types - select the event which the webhook is triggered on.
  • Description - enter description for the webhook.

When complete, click Create.

Editing the webhook

  1. On the list with webhooks, locate the webhook you want to edit.
  2. Click the ellipsis button.
  3. Select Edit.
  4. Make modifications in the webhook.
  5. When complete, click Update.

Deleting the webhook

  1. On the list with webhooks, locate the webhook you want to edit.
  2. Click the ellipsis button.
  3. Select Delete.
  4. Confirm the removal of the webhook.


What firewall rules configuration do I set up for the app operation?

Set up the firewall rules configuration, as follows:

  1. Whitelist the IP address of our add-on service.
  2. Allow the inbound connections through ports 80 (HTTP) or 443 (HTTPS) or any other custom port that you specified in the parameters of servers during app configuration.

Under specific circumstances the allocated IP address may change. Please start watching the app on the Atlassian Marketplace to receive notifications about any updates in the app.

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