Outgoing integration node

This action allows you to send requests from Synerise to external systems. This node can reuse existing outgoing integrations or you can define a custom webhook that is configurable only in a specific workflow and node.

Node configuration


  1. Click the pencil icon on the node.
  2. Select the type of the Outgoing integration.
    • Integrations

      1. Select the outgoing integration prepared earlier.
      2. Confirm with the Apply button.
    • Custom webhook

      A blank configuration form of the Ougtoing integration node
      A blank configuration form of the Ougtoing integration node
      1. Define the method of data transmission and enter the URL address to which the data is transmitted.
        WARNING: This field doesn’t allow the endpoints defined as IPs (for example, 51.145.180.18). You can only use endpoints that contain a domain (for example, https://example.com)
      2. Optional: Add key-value pairs for headers.
      3. In the Body section, enter the body of the request.
      4. In the Authorization section, choose one of authorization methods:
        • Basic access
        • By token
        • By API key
      5. Confirm the settings by clicking Apply.

Example of use


Example of use
Example of an automation process that uses the Outgoing integration action

The purpose of this automation is to send a notification on a Slack channel every time a user submits a form on a website.

  1. It starts with a Client Event trigger node. In the settings of the trigger, select the form.submit event. This event may not be the Synerise default event. In such case, you need to add this event to Synerise on your own in Data Management > Events.
  2. Add the Outgoing Integration action. Configure the Webhook settings by defining the Endpoint URL, body request, and so on.
  3. When the message is sent to the Slack channel, the automation process is completed.
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