Group Webhook Data

More information about the type of group data you can retrieve from a webhook

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Note: This feature is for paid accounts only.

When connecting with the group webhook, there are a set of data parameters which are returned. This article explains each of them in more detail.

The following data parameters are categorised into Group Information, User Information, Question Information and Answer Information related data to clearly define their purpose, but they are all returned individually without grouping objects. They can be seen below;

Data Parameters

ID -
A unique ID to identify the recorded action. The ID is comprised from the UserID and AnswerID of the action as follows; "UserID_AnswerID"

Conversation Information

Conversation - The title of the conversation.

Conversation ID - Unique id to identify the conversation.

Question Information

Question - The text of the question asked to the user.

Question ID - Unique id to identify the question.

Answer Information

Answer - The answer provided from the user. This data's appearance varies depending on the question's expected answer formats (e.g. numeric, text, image links, etc.).

Answer ID - Unique id to identify the given answer from this user.

Answer Date UTC - The time when the user answered the question. The format of this data is as follows; YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS.000000
Note: the timezone of the Answer Date which is always UTC.


Group Information

Group - The name given to the group connected to the conversation.

Group ID - Unique id to identify the group.

User Information

User ID - Unique ID that identifies the user of the action. This ID is the same ID for every group the user (respondent) joins.

Data {type} - This data consists of any respondent data requested by the group, such as emails, names and other personalised data. A different data parameter will be returned for each respondent data provided (e.g. Data Name, Data Email). This data is requested upon joining the group, read more.

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