Web-hook trigger for Engagement events like Meeting, etc/

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Hi,
I was going through Hubspot Webhook documentation and was not able to find support for web-hook trigger for engagement events like booking of a meeting, etc.
My use-case is to get engagment info via web-hook to our callback url whenever someone books / schedules a meeting.
I checked the engagement API's link -  https://developers.hubspot.com/docs/methods/engagements/get-all-engagements
But this will require polling from our end (which we are planning to avoid).

Can we also use change in user/contact property when an engagement event is created / updated ?

It will be a great help, if someone can help / redirect me to achieve the above use-case.
Any help will be appreciated.
Thank you.



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Hi, @nitishSliderule.

 

Apologies for the delayed response.

 

At this time, the Webhooks API does not support subscriptions to engagements (notes, meetings, calls, 1:1 emails, and tasks).

 

You could subscribe to changes on a contact property like Date of last meeting booked in meetings tool (engagements_last_meeting_booked), but you would still have to poll and Engagements API endpoint like this to get the details of the engagement.

 

Another imperfect alternative would be to create workflows which enroll contacts who have new engagements and use workflow webhook actions to ping your webhook URL. However, the JSON payload which is POSTed by the workflow does not contain engagement information, so you would still need to poll the Engagements API.

Isaac Takushi

HubSpot Developer Support
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HubSpot Moderator

Hi, @nitishSliderule.

 

Apologies for the delayed response.

 

At this time, the Webhooks API does not support subscriptions to engagements (notes, meetings, calls, 1:1 emails, and tasks).

 

You could subscribe to changes on a contact property like Date of last meeting booked in meetings tool (engagements_last_meeting_booked), but you would still have to poll and Engagements API endpoint like this to get the details of the engagement.

 

Another imperfect alternative would be to create workflows which enroll contacts who have new engagements and use workflow webhook actions to ping your webhook URL. However, the JSON payload which is POSTed by the workflow does not contain engagement information, so you would still need to poll the Engagements API.

Isaac Takushi

HubSpot Developer Support