Getting started with webhooks

Calendly has an open API that supports webhooks. With the v2 API, you can build a webhook to receive real-time Calendly meeting data at a specified URL, when an event is scheduled or canceled. 

Specifically, you can subscribe to:

  • Invitee Created Events to receive notifications when a new Calendly event is scheduled
  • Invitee Canceled Events to receive notifications when a Calendly event is canceled

How to create a webhook

To create a webhook subscription, you will need to authenticate with either a personal access token or an OAuth application. For more ways to use the Calendly API, view Calendly's API Use Cases

To view which Calendly plans include webhooks, visit our pricing page

Once you've created a webhook

Once you've created a webhook, event data will be received at the endpoint you've specified. For sample payload data, view Webhook Payload.
     

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