This fall, we are bringing you one more way to automate and connect your workflows. Now you can integrate Sympli Handoff with the tools your team relies on using webhooks. Configure your integration or use our guides to deliver comments and project updates directly to the issues or tasks in Notion, Asana, or Trello, to enrich your workflows!

What's a webhook?

A webhook (also called a web callback or HTTP push API) is a way for an app to provide other applications with real-time information. This means that when something happens in Sympli Handoff (for example a comment/annotation is created), it can be immediately available in another application your team uses.

Let's look at our examples: We'll create a task in Asana, a call for desgin review in Trello, and a task list in Notion from comments in Sympli Handoff. We're going to use Zapier as the middle-man, so keep in mind, that we're going to need a Zapier Pro subscription since we'll be creating a custom integration from scratch.


Sympli Handoff: using webhooks to set up a task list in Notion

Sympli Handoff: using webhooks to create an Asana task from a comment

Sympli Handoff: using webhooks to start a design review in Trello