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RoboHead is continuously striving to enhance its capabilities and integrations.
We understand that there are many different tools employed to get the job done, so please contact us if there is an integration you need!


Connections without a single line of code.

What are WebHooks?

Webhooks typically are used to connect two different applications with zero code integrations. When an event happens on the trigger application, it serializes data about that event and sends it to a webhook URL from the action application—the one you want to do something based on the data from the first application.

What can I do with them?

WebHooks allows you to automatically send information between RoboHead and other tools by using automation integration resources such as Zapier, Microsoft Flow, and Workato.

For example, Projects created in RoboHead could be set up to automatically create an Opportunity/Assignment in Salesforce or vise versa.

Are WebHooks an API?

The main difference between how Webhooks and APIs generally work is that, while APIs place calls without knowing whether they get any data update as a response or not, Webhooks receive calls through HTTP POSTs from external systems only when those have some data updates.

Many refer to webhooks as reverse APIs because developers need to design an API endpoint for a webhook to call that’s able to parse the data received, which is the opposite of programming requests to an external API.

*To begin using this feature, contact RoboHead Support to request enabling Webhooks. Once this is enabled, you can work with your developer to integrate RoboHead and third-party Webhooks-compatible applications.

RoboHead API

Access to RoboHead for Developers

What is an API?

An API (Application Programming Interface) allows clients to build middleware to connect RoboHead to other solutions. Using the API will allow you to access and update data stored in RoboHead through a REST programming interface, which opens the door for you to build out your custom integrations.

The API is best used by a technical resource (developer). Almost any programming language can be used with the API and code can be executed on any platform.

What does the API do?

The RoboHead API allows a developer to write code that brings data in or gets data out of RoboHead (for example: retrieve, update, and create campaigns, projects, tasks, reviews, files, notes, etc.). This code can run as a standalone application on a server the client has set up, or it can run as part of some other application owned or controlled by the client

What doesn’t the API do?

The API does NOT allow functionality to be added or changed in RoboHead and you cannot write any code that runs on the RoboHead server as part of the RoboHead application.

Ready to explore further?

Access our API documentation for the full list of available API calls and specific parameters for each request/response.

Put RoboHead to work for you.

Designed specifically for marketing and creative teams, RoboHead is a creative project management software that helps teams focus on their people, deadlines, and creative deliverables. Get in touch with the RoboHead team and we would be happy to create a customized demonstration based on your team’s existing processes and workflows.

Don’t just take our word for it.

Creative & marketing organizations around the world turn to RoboHead to bring their teams together to produce high-quality campaigns. Discover what our clients and past users have to say about RoboHead on the 4 top trusted review sites for project management software. *RoboHead is highly rated in Project and Resource Management as rated by Software Advice’s 2021 FrontRunner Report, Capterra’s 2021 Digital Market Best Value Reports, GetApp’s Category Leader, and G2’s 2021 Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall Grid Report.