Since we introduced Smartwaiver’s open API with support for webhooks, developers (and tech savvy non-developer superheroes) have been creating some pretty awesome Smartwaiver integrations. For those unfamiliar, a webhook is simply a way to take the data collected from Smartwaiver and send it to another web application that you use for your business, like a CRM.
Until now, webhooks could only be used with Smartwaiver on an Account Level, which meant that if you had more than one waiver in your Smartwaiver account, all of the data from those multiple waivers would need to be sent to just one specific webhook endpoint.
Today we’re happy to announce the launch of Waiver Level Webhooks. With Waiver Level Webhooks, developers can now create a dedicated webhook endpoint for individual waivers within the same account (Note: If Waiver Level Webhooks are enabled, they will override your Account Level Webhook endpoint) This should be especially useful for organizations that manage numerous locations or activities which have their own waivers (and unique customers).
If you’re a developer (or have developer-like skills) and would like to use a Waiver Level Webhook, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll be happy to enable your account.