Make an HTTP GET request to fire a webhook with query string parameters via a Zap code step

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Make an HTTP GET request to fire a webhook with query string parameters via a Zap code step
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The Purpose

Use a Zap (JavaScript) Code step to fire a webhook using a HTTP GET request and include query string parameters.

How to Configure

For the QueryString, the input should be [key]=[value] pairs separated with &.

NOTE: This example would fire a webhook to trigger a Zap that has a Webhooks (Catch Hook) trigger step.

 

Copy the Code

let Timestamp = new Date().toISOString(); // create a timestamp
let Webhook = inputData.Webhook.trim(); // Webhook from CONFIG input data
let QueryString = inputData.QueryString.trim(); // Query String from CONFIG input data

const Request = await fetch(Webhook + '?Timestamp=' + Timestamp + '&' + QueryString); // HTTP GET Request
const Response = await Request.json(); // HTTP GET Response

output = [{Response, Request, Webhook, QueryString, Timestamp}];

The Results

NOTE: You can also use the Webhooks app to do this.

Contribution by Troy Tessalone

Troy is a Certified Zapier Expert who automates workflows with no-code and low-code apps to help clients save time and make money.


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