Webhooks allow you to send your articles to external applications.
Using webhooks in conjunction with workflow automation platforms like Zapier, or allows you to easily publish your articles to any CMS, without code.
What's more, since these platforms are made for building workflows, you can apply any level of post-processing you like, such as adding, removing or reformatting content.

Managing Webhooks

Webhooks are managed through the Webhook Management window, accessed via the sidebar.

Executing Webhooks

Enabled Webhooks will show up in the article and cluster context menus - simply click the one you want to execute.
Notice also there is a convenient way to get to the Webhook Management window. directly from the context menus, by clicking on the Manage link.

Creating Webhooks

Setting up webhooks is super easy, follow the guides below:
  1. 1.
    Go to, log in and click the Create Zap button.
  1. 2.
    Click the trigger node and search for the Webhooks by Zapier trigger.
  1. 3.
    In the webhook setup choose the Catch Hook event type.
  1. 4.
    Pick off a Child Key is optional, leave it blank and click Continue.
  1. 5.
    Copy the Webhook URL generated by Zapier, we will paste this into Machined.
  1. 6.
    Go to Machined and log in, open the Webhook Management window.
  1. 7.
    Create a new webhook:
    1. 1.
      Type a name that makes sense for your action (eg "Post to Webflow").
    2. 2.
      Paste the webhook url from step 5 (make sure it is pasted exactly as it shows).
    3. 3.
      Click the Create button.
  2. 8.
    Expand the webhook row and click the Test button.
  3. 9.
    You should see a new webhook execution and it should be successful.
  4. 10.
    Great! Now go back to Zapier and click Test Trigger.
  5. 11.
    You should now see at least one test event with fake data.
  6. 12.
    Click Continue with Selected Record.
That's that!
You can now continue to create the subsequent steps in which you will have access to the fields available from the Machined webhook, see the data type specification.
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Guide coming soon
Guide coming soon



The webhook data type is structured as follows:
"cluster_id": "1234567890123x1234567890123",
"cluster_topic": "Chess > Strategy > Pins",
"cluster_audience": "Amateur chess players",
"article_id": "1234567890987x1234567890987",
"article_slug": "best-chess-pins",
"article_title": "Best Chess Pins to Press Your Opponent",
"article_description": "Learn about pins and how to utilise them in your game.",
"article_keyword": "best-chess-pins",
"article_content_markdown": "# Introduction \n Let's start by discussing what chess pins are...",
"article_content_html": "<html><h2>Introduction</h2><p>Let's start by discussing what chess pins are...</p></html>",
"article_featured_image_alt_text":"chess pin",
"article_featured_image_caption":"Photo by photographer",
"article_setting_model": "gpt-3.5-turbo",
"article_setting_perspective": "Second Person (you, your, yours)",
"article_setting_tone_of_voice": "Friendly"