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  1. Confluence Server
  2. CONFSERVER-52487

Webhooks for Confluence

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      Description

      Confluence Cloud have webhooks, but not in Server & Data Center. Also, at the moment, Jira supports webhooks.

      To be able to integrate Confluence with other tools we need Webhooks. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Webhook 

      Webhooks are the defacto standard today and many tools (chat, ticket systems, bugtrackers, runners, CI, etc. pp) support them.

      You already have all the Webhook events available in Confluence Cloud

      Confluence Webhook events

      • attachment_created
      • attachment_removed
      • attachment_restored
      • attachment_trashed
      • attachment_updated
      • attachment_viewed
      • blog_created
      • blog_removed
      • blog_restored
      • blog_trashed
      • blog_updated
      • blog_viewed
      • blueprint_page_created
      • comment_created
      • comment_removed
      • comment_updated
      • connect_addon_disabled
      • connect_addon_enabled
      • content_created
      • content_restored
      • content_trashed
      • content_updated
      • content_permissions_updated
      • group_created
      • group_removed
      • label_added
      • label_created
      • label_deleted
      • label_removed
      • login
      • login_failed
      • logout
      • page_children_reordered
      • page_created
      • page_moved
      • page_removed
      • page_restored
      • page_trashed
      • page_updated
      • page_viewed
      • relation_created
      • relation_deleted
      • search_performed
      • space_created
      • space_logo_updated
      • space_permissions_updated
      • space_removed
      • space_updated
      • theme_enabled
      • user_created
      • user_deactivated
      • user_followed
      • user_reactivated
      • user_removed

      In addition an admin page is needed, where webhooks can be created.

      Atlassian Update - February 2018

      Thanks for your interest in this issue.

      The above documentation is for the Connect platform, which is only available for Cloud deployments. In order to better understand which webhooks are most important for you, it would be great if you can describe in a comment which webhooks, and why, are most valuable to you.

      Cheers,

      Confluence Product Management

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