[From Wrike] Webhooks are live

We are excited to announce that API Webhooks are now out of beta and officially available and supported 🎉

Combined with various bugfixes and reliability improvements, the update also has new Webhooks features:

* 16 new events, covering various changes to Folders & Projects
* New event for Task Custom Field change
* Payload signing option, which allows you to set up fully secure communication channel via Webhooks
* Ability to specify list of events to subscribe
* “Recursive” Webhooks, which allow you to subscribe to changes anywhere in the Folder/Task hierarchy by registering just one hook on the parent Folder.

Please check out the updated info on our developer's website.

We'll be happy to answer your questions, please comment below 👇

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How many webhooks I can create? Like I will be having thousands of projects.

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Hey George, welcome to the Community 🙂

You can create one webhook for your entire account (for all your projects, no matter how many). Hope this helps 🙌

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Hi Lisa,

Thanks for your response. I get it.

One thing I noticed about the webhooks is, when I use copy api and copy a certain folders into another project, it is not notifying me about the newly created folders and task into the project? Is there any limitation about copy api and its events?

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Hey, that doesn't sound normal. Let's look into it a little more. I've raised a ticket for our tech support to take a look at the behavior. We'll follow up via email soon 👍

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How to create webhook ?

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Hi @Hajrudin, welcome to the Community!

There's info on that on our developer's portal, please check it out: https://developers.wrike.com/documentation/api/webhooks/overview

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I am trying to do some automation in a project between the Status and Stage field. The Stage is our custom field, and I am trying to do automation between "Status" and "Stage" when something at the task level changes and looking to update a custom field on the Project level. But according to the company policy I can't use Wrike's webhooks or API. Is there any other way of making changes?

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Hi @Ronak, happy to see you on the Community 🙂

Apart from Wrike's API, there's also Wrike Integrate - please let me know if that's a possible option for you. 

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I am trying to trigger a webhook when only one Custom Field (of many) is changed. I am only seeing that I can add a webhook to a space that would fire any time ANY Custom Field on a Task is changed (via the TaskCustomFieldChanged event). How can I restrict the webhook to fire only when the one Custom Field is changed? 

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Hi Kyle Peters, there is currently no direct way to enable webhooks for the changes in only one Custom Field. Having said that, as a workaround, what you could do is GET the ID of your Custom field and filter the notifications on your end. Here is a link to the documentation about API queries to the Custom fields endpoint: https://developers.wrike.com/api/v4/custom-fields/. Let us know if there is anything else we can help you with!☺️

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