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Integrating with Webhook

Integrating with Webhook

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You can receive notifications or get various information related to surveys by integrating with other services when a response is received through webhooks.

Basics of Webhook Integration

  1. Types of Webhooks

    • Submit: Sends a notification when a response is submitted.
    • Reject: Sends a notification when a response is rejected (e.g., when it leads to a disqualification field).
  2. Webhook Name: The name of the webhook.

  3. Webhook URL: The URL provided by third-party tools for webhook integration.

  4. Request Type: You can choose between Post and Get for the type of HTTP request.

  5. Custom Header: You can customize Key-Value pairs freely.

    • Header Name: Typically, 'Content-Type' is used in services like Discord and Slack.
    • Value: Typically, 'application/json' is used in services like Discord and Slack.
  6. Body Settings:

    • Custom Body: You can input the contents of the webhook notification using body presets.
    • Body Preset: Usually in the format "":"{{res:response_value}}", you can copy the value inside the quotes and paste it into the custom body.
      • Field: You can identify the response to a specific field.
        • If you add a β€˜hidden field’, you can copy the preset of the hidden field that appears at the bottom.
      • projectKey: You can identify which project it belongs to using the project key.
      • customerKey: You can identify which respondent it belongs to using the customer key.
        • In this case, you need to add customerKey=value to the URL similarly to the hidden field. e.g., https://walla.my/v/~~~?source=Instagram&customerKey=Minsu
      • responseKey: You can identify which response it belongs to using the response key.
    • If you want to receive notifications of the response content and the type of hidden field, share the survey URL like https://walla.my/v/fLptDL9bbvlxRvWRTNud?source=Instagram&customerKey=Minsu, and set the body as follows:
{
"content": "A response to the {{projectKey}} survey has arrived! The respondent's birthday is {{res:2865092957}}. The CustomerKey of this response is {{customerKey}}, and the ResponseKey is {{responseKey}}. This response was recorded through the hidden field {{hidden:1495742778}}."
}

You can receive such a webhook notification.

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Integrating with Discord

1. Go to 'Edit Channel' of the Discord server where you want to receive notifications.

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2. Click on 'Integrations' tab and then 'Webhooks'.

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3. Click 'Copy Webhook URL'.

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4. Go to the 'Integrate' tab in Walla and click on 'Add new Webhooks'.

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5. Paste the URL copied from Discord and click 'Add'.

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6. Change the Header Name value to Content-Type and Value to application/json.

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If you want to receive notifications for 'Rejections' instead of 'Submission', change the webhook type to Reject.

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7. Activate the Body settings and refer to the preset below to freely compose the content you want to receive on Discord.

  • Write the content you want between the double quotes according to the format below.

  • If you want to receive response details, paste {{res:~~}} from the preset.

  • If you have set hidden fields, you can also receive the hidden field content in the notification.

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8. Save the changes and activate it in 'Add new webhook'.

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9. You will receive notifications on Discord when a response arrives.

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Integrating with Slack

1. Go to https://api.slack.com/start/quickstart (opens in a new tab) and click 'Go to Your Apps'.

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2. Click 'Create an App'.

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3. Click 'From scratch'.

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4. Enter the webhook name and select the Slack workspace where you want to receive notifications.

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5. Click on 'Incoming Webhooks'.

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6. Enable the use of webhooks.

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7. Click 'Add New Webhook to Workspace'.

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8. Select the channel to receive notifications.

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9. Copy the completed webhook URL.

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10. Go to the 'Integrate' tab in Walla and click 'Add new webhook'.

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11. Paste the URL copied from Slack and click 'Add'.

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12. Change the Header Name value to Content-Type and Value to application/json.

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If you want to receive notifications for 'Rejections' instead of 'Submission', change the webhook type to Reject.

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13. Activate the Body settings and refer to the preset below to freely compose the content you want to receive on Slack.

  • Write the content you want between the double quotes according to the format below.
{
    "text": "Write your content here."
}
  • If you want to receive response details, paste {{res:~~}} from the preset.

  • If you have set hidden fields, you can also receive the hidden field content in the notification.

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14. Save the changes and activate it in 'Add new webhook'.

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15. In the 'Install App' tab, click 'Reinstall to Workspace' to reinstall the webhook.

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16. Select the channel to receive notifications.

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17. You will receive notifications on Slack when a response arrives.

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Integrating with Email

1. Go to https://script.google.com/ (opens in a new tab) and click 'New Project'.

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2. Delete all the default content and paste the code below.

  • For the "------@------.---" part of the code, enter the email address to receive notifications within the quotes.

    • e.g., "minsu@walla.my, yeonghee@walla.my"
  • For the <${FORM_TITLE}> ------------ part of the code, enter the subject of the email.

    • e.g., e.g., <${FORM_TITLE}> New response submitted
function doPost(e) {
  var data = JSON.parse(e.postData.contents);
  var formAnswers = data.form_answers;
  var submittedAt = new Date(data.form_response.submitted_at);
 
  var formattedDate = Utilities.formatDate(submittedAt, "Asia/Seoul", "yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss");
  var FORM_TITLE= data.form_definition.title;
  var PROJECT_KEY= data.form_definition.id;
  var emailBody = `<html>
  <body>
    <h3>New response is submitted.</h3>
    <p>A new response was submitted to your project "${FORM_TITLE}".</p>
    <p>Response ID: ${data.form_response.response_id}</p>
    <p>Submitted at: ${formattedDate}</p>`;
 
  formAnswers.forEach(function(field) {
    var question = field.label;
    var answer = getAnswerString(field);
    emailBody += `<h4>${question}</h4><p>${answer}</p>`;
  });
 
  emailBody += `</body></html>`;
 
  var recipientEmail = "------@------.---";
  var subject = `<${FORM_TITLE}> ------------`;
  var advancedOptions = {
    htmlBody: emailBody,
    charset: "UTF-8"
  };
  GmailApp.sendEmail(recipientEmail, subject, "", advancedOptions);
 
  return ContentService.createTextOutput(JSON.stringify({result: "success"})).setMimeType(ContentService.MimeType.JSON);
}
 
function getAnswerString(field) {
  switch (field.type) {
    case 'CHECKBOX':
    case 'RADIO':
      return Array.isArray(field.response) ? field.response.join(', ') : field.response;
    case 'CHECKBOX_GRID':
    case 'RADIO_GRID':
      return field.response.map(el => el.lineResponse.join(', ')).join('; ');
    case 'GEOLOCATION':
      return Object.entries(field.response || {}).map(([key, value]) => `${key}: ${value}`).join(', ');
    case 'HIDDEN':
      return field.response || '';
    default:
      return Array.isArray(field.response) ? field.response.join(', ') : field.response;
  }
}

3. Click 'New Deployment'.

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4. Set the type to 'Web App' and the user access to 'Anyone'.

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5. Authorize access.

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6. Select the email address to be the sender.

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7. Copy the 'URL'.

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8. Go to the 'Integrate' tab in Walla and click 'Add new webhook'.

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9. Paste the URL and add the webhook.

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10. Save the changes and activate it in 'Add new webhook'.

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11. You will receive notifications by email when a response arrives.

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Integrating with Google Sheets

1. In Google Sheets, go to the 'Extensions' tab and click 'Apps Script'.

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2. Add a new script.

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3. Delete all the default content and paste the code below.

function doPost(e) {
  var ss = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSpreadsheet();
  var sheet = ss.getSheets()[0];
  ss.setSpreadsheetTimeZone('Asia/Seoul');
  var data = JSON.parse(e.postData.contents);
  var formAnswers = data.form_answers;
  var submittedAt = new Date(data.form_response.submitted_at);
 
  var responseId = data.form_response.response_id.slice(0, 10);
  if (sheet.getLastRow() === 0) {
    var fieldLabels = formAnswers.map(function(answer) {
      if (answer.type === 'RADIO_GRID' || answer.type === 'CHECKBOX_GRID') {
        return answer.response.map(el => `${answer.label} - ${el.lineLabel}`);
      }
      return answer.label;
    }).flat();
    var headers = ['Response ID', 'Time Submitted', ...fieldLabels];
    sheet.appendRow(headers);
  }
  var rowData = formAnswers.map(field => {
    switch (field.type) {
      case 'CHECKBOX':
      case 'RADIO': {
        var isResponseArray = Array.isArray(field.response);
        if (isResponseArray) {
          return field.response.filter(el => Boolean(el)).join(', ');
        }
        return field.response || '';
      }
      case 'CHECKBOX_GRID':
      case 'RADIO_GRID': {
        var isLineResponseArray = Array.isArray(field.response.lineResponse);
        return field.response.map(el => {
          if (isLineResponseArray) {
            return el.lineResponse.filter(el => Boolean(el)).join(', ');
          }
          return el.lineResponse || '';
        });
      }
      case 'GEOLOCATION': {
        var response = field.response || {};
        var responseArray = Object.entries(response).map(el => `${el[0]}: ${el[1]}`);
        return responseArray.join(', ');
      }
      case 'HIDDEN': {
        return field.response === undefined || field.response === null
          ? ''
          : field.response;
      }
      default: {
        var response =
          field.response === undefined || field.response === null ? '' : field.response;
        if (Array.isArray(response)) {
          return response.join(', ');
        }
        return response;
      }
    }
  }).flat();
  sheet.appendRow([responseId, submittedAt, ...rowData]);
  return ContentService.createTextOutput(JSON.stringify({ result: 'success' })).setMimeType(ContentService.MimeType.JSON);
}

4. Click 'New Deployment'.

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5. Set the type to 'Web App' and the user access to 'Anyone'.

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6. Authorize access.

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7. Copy the 'URL'.

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8. Go to the 'Integrate' tab in Walla and click 'Add new webhook'.

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9. Paste the URL and add the webhook.

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10. Save the changes and activate it in 'Add new webhook'.

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11. You will receive notifications in Google Sheets when a response arrives.

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