Creating webhooks with the CMS API is a great way to have Webflow "talk" to third party applications. And since December, you've been able to create webhooks directly from your terminal — but now you can also create new webhooks right from your Project Settings, under the Integrations tab.
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Since December, you’ve been able to create your own webhooks using the CMS API. Now you can create them in your Project Settings too, under the Integrations tab.