I'm excited to announce that webhooks will be available in Confluence 7.7.0 for Server and Data Center.
Registering a webhook can be done through the UI or using the REST API.
You can check it out right now in the Confluence 7.7 Beta, or take a look at the documentation:
Hello Arun and welcome to the Community!
Webhooks for Confluence are a great idea. They would allow you to use a much simpler method to get data out of Confluence without having to interact with the REST API.
While this is a great idea, it is not yet a feature as of today. We do however have a feature request to add this as an available feature. For Confluence server: CONFSERVER-52487 and Confluence cloud: CONFCLOUD-55179. We would urge you to vote and watch either one of these so you may get updates on these feature requests.
Once again, webhooks for Confluence is a great idea!
Update: This app is discontinued. You can register your own webhooks, see this page https://developer.atlassian.com/cloud/confluence/modules/webhook/
We have released a free app on Atlassian Marketplace which adds webhooks and webhooks admin page in Confluence: Webhooks for Confluence
Give it a try and let us know if you face any issues.
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