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Webhooks

A Webhook on Exitget is a HTTP request that is made from our server to yours. It’s triggered when events happen that are associated with the campaign you used to set it up. You can find the area to enter your Webhook URL in the advanced section of your campaign settings in the Exitget dashboard. The URL should be a location on your website that will accept an HTTP post with the data about the event. This post happens on the backend of our servers and never exposed to the user. You should provide a URL that is very unique and impossible to guess, preferably with a large string of random letters and numbers.

If your popup produces a conversion, a post is made to your server containing the details of event. You can use this to drive automated processes or statistics in your system.

The HTTP POST request to your server will contain the following arguments:

web_user_id

This is generated to track unique users on your site. We generate a unique ID that is stored and tracked using browser cookies.

campaign_id

Is the unique campaign ID, which is generated when you created the campaign that was used to trigger the popup, involved in the event.

design_id

Is the unique design ID, which is generated when you created the design that was used to trigger the popup, involved in the event.

from

This contains the location on your website the event happened on.

answer

If your popup contains a text box for the user to enter information (such as an email address) it can be found in this parameter.