4me’s Webhooks API has been extended to allow organizations to build near real-time integrations that use the time entry data in 4me to update their financial application. This is especially useful for managed service providers (MSPs) that use 4me’s time entry data as input for the invoices they generate for their customers.
To make it possible for developers to tell when a time entry was created, updated or deleted, the following webhook events have been added:
While the 4me Development team was working on the Webhooks functionality anyway, they also made the following event options available for Contracts and Broadcasts:
The first two options make it possible for organizations to trigger an integration when a contract is added or modified to keep their financial application in sync. And the broadcast events may be popular with developers who want to display 4me broadcasts in their applications.
Also added was the following webhook event option:
This makes it possible to trigger an integration script whenever the Major incident status field of a request is set or updated.