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Is there a "share" trigger event when a page is shared?

weixz March 31, 2024

When using Confluence for page sharing, is there a function of triggering a call event to a third-party interface, similar to triggering a webhook?

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Michel Neeser
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April 2, 2024

Hi @weixz

As far as I know, there is no webhook or automation event which gets triggered if a page is shared through the "share" feature. This is most likely because a page can be shared in a number of ways, the easiest of them being copying and sending the URL to someone.

Maybe you can elaborate a bit more about your use case? As mentioned, a user has various options to share a page, so in my view it is difficult to have a "complete" solution if only relying on the "share" feature.

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Laurie Sciutti
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April 1, 2024

Hi @weixz ~ does this help?

weixz April 1, 2024

Thank you very much for your reply, I would like to know if an http request to a specific url can be triggered by a Confluence page sharing event. Confluence WebHook seems to be the solution, but I can't find an event related to page sharing in the Confluence documentation, I'd like to confirm if there is a sharing triggering event?

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