Questions on Webhooks and Custom Functions
How is Card-based custom function different from Standalone custom function?
Card-based custom function Standalone custom function Card-based custom function can be invoked using OAuth 2.0 protocol. Standalone custom function can be invoked OAuth 2.0 protocol or API key. Functions can use card-based arguments. Functions can ...
Where can we use custom functions?
Here are some other ways custom functions can be useful: Automate card creation while performing/completing an existing card. Move a card to an other blueprint or stage. Post and update comments in Zoho Desk or messages in Zoho Cliq. Create a ticket ...
Why do I need Custom Functions in Qntrl?
Custom Function allows you to code your own process-based functions using Zoho's scripting language - Deluge. For example, you can execute functions to automate processes, or integrate with other Zoho or third-party applications . Learn exactly ...
Can Qntrl coordinate business processes with Zoho or other third-party platforms?
Yes, Qntrl can be set up to integrate with Zoho or third party apps. We can set up via webhooks, custom functions, and APIs.
What happens when a Webhook is deleted?
When deleted, the webhook will no longer be associated with blueprints or business rules.
How can a Webhook help you in Qntrl?
Webhooks help you send notifications to third-party applications when a predefined action is performed by the user in the organization. You can set up triggers to send information from Qntrl to another app. For example, you can configure a webhook ...