Maximize efficiency with updated webhook behaviour

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This information was accurate at the time of publication. Please check out the latest product release notes for any updates or changes.

Previously, all Webhook by Zapier triggers returned a 200 response, regardless of whether there was a Zap behind the webhook or if the Zap was on or off. This is now changing for static webhook URLs, specifically Catch Hook and Catch Raw Hook triggers.

What's new:

  • If your Zap is off or deleted, Zapier will return a 404 response for incoming webhooks directed at that Zap.
  • There might be a short delay after a Zap is turned off, where it briefly returns a 200 response.
  • Once reactivated, your Zap will resume, returning a 200 response.

This update provides you with more control and clearer feedback on your Zaps' status. Learn more about triggering Zaps from webhooks.

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