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Manage custom webhooks in Netlify Connect

This product is available on Connect Enterprise plans.

Once you create and configure a data layer, you can review and modify the data layer on the settings page in the Netlify UI. This document outlines how to add and delete custom webhooks for an existing data layer.

Custom webhooks are external webhooks that you can connect to a data layer. Once connected, Netlify will notify these external services whenever data changes in your data layer. For example, you may want to add a webhook to notify a Slack channel when your data layer updates.

Team Owners and Developers can add or delete custom webhooks at any time. Netlify records the addition and deletion of custom webhooks in the team audit log.

New to Netlify Connect? Set up a data layer first

If you haven’t already created a data layer, navigate to the

page for your team and select Add new data layer. Follow the prompts to configure the data layer and to add data sources, custom webhooks, and connected sites. For more information, refer to our get started with Netlify Connect guide.

# Add a custom webhook

  1. Navigate to the page for your team in the Netlify UI.
  2. Select the data layer from the Data layers list, and then select Data layer settings.
  3. On the data layer settings page, select Custom webhooks.
  4. Select Add a custom webhook.
  5. Enter a Name for this webhook.
  6. Enter the URL for this webhook.
  7. Select Create custom webhook.

# Delete a custom webhook

Note that when you delete a webhook, Netlify will no longer notify that service when data changes.

To delete a custom webhook from your data layer:

  1. Navigate to the page for your team in the Netlify UI.
  2. Select the data layer from the Data layers list, and then select Data layer settings.
  3. On the data layer settings page, select Custom webhooks.
  4. Select the webhook you want to delete.
  5. Select Delete.
  6. A confirmation prompt will appear. Review the details and then select Delete.