Hull Webhooks

This Connector sends user updates and events as Webhooks


  • Go to Settings, Enter the Webhook URL (you can input more than one)
  • Define conditions for User to be sent

Configuring the Webhooks connector

There are two sections in Hull’s Settings tab to help you define which users will be sent as POST webhooks.

The first section is a global filter for which users will be allowed to be sent.

It defines who will be sent. An empty list sends no one. To start, create a User segment defining who should be sent. This is a global filter, the conditions below will only be checked only if the User matches this filter.

The Second section defines additional conditions to send a user.

Users will be sent as soon as one of these conditions match.

  • On any update (if activated)
  • When entering and/or leaving a given segment
  • When a specific property changes.
  • When a specific event is performed.

When one or more of these conditions are fullfilled, a complete payload comprised of:

  "user": "The Entire User profile with all attributes",
  "account": "The Entire Account associated with the user with all it's attributes",
  "segments": "Every segment the User belongs to, as objects containing unique Segment IDs",
  "changes": "Every change that caused this user to be recomputed",
  "events": "The events that triggered the send, if any" // optional

Example Payload:

  "account": {
    "created_at": "2017-09-20T07:19:52Z",
    "id": "59c21698cc6aeecf9b00291d",
    "is_customer": true,
    "updated_at": "2017-09-20T07:19:52Z",
    "clearbit": {
      "category_industry": "Internet Software & Services",
      "category_industry_group": "Software & Services",
      "category_sector": "Information Technology",
      "category_sub_industry": "Internet Software & Services",
      "crunchbase_handle": "organization/hull",
      "domain": "",
      /* ... */
  "changes": {
    "is_new": false,
    "segments": {
      "entered": [
          "created_at": "2017-11-10T15:49:59Z",
          "id": "5a05caa762a2db50450000b5",
          "name": "Valid Users",
          "type": "users_segment",
          "updated_at": "2017-11-10T15:49:59Z"
      "left": [
          "created_at": "2016-04-27T10:17:35Z",
          "id": "572091bf13440a016c00002b",
          "name": "Views Products Frequently",
          "type": "users_segment",
          "updated_at": "2016-12-01T10:51:24Z"
    "user": {
      "traits_hubspot/first_name": [
      "traits_mailchimp/avg_click_rate": [
  "event": {
    "created_at": "2017-12-15T13:34:21Z",
    "event": "Viewed Product",
    "event_source": "track",
    "event_type": "track",
    "properties": {
      "category": "luctus",
      "id": 2986706563,
      "name": "Black Cat Classic Espresso",
      "price": 25,
    "context": {
      "location": { },
      "page": {
        "url": ""
  "segments": [
      "created_at": "2017-02-14T11:25:56Z",
      "id": "58a2e94411111e76110091b6",
      "name": "Qualified Leads",
      "type": "users_segment",
      "updated_at": "2017-02-14T11:25:56Z"
    /* All the segments the User belongs to... */
  "user": {
    "anonymous_ids": [
    "created_at": "2017-07-12T18:07:59Z",
    "domain": "",
    "email": "",
    "first_name": "Romain",
    "first_seen_at": "2017-07-12T16:51:13Z",
    "first_session_initial_referrer": "",
    "first_session_initial_url": "",
    "first_session_platform_id": "561fb665450f34b1cf000b0f",
    "first_session_started_at": "2017-07-12T16:51:13Z",
    "id": "5966657f0291901a57000026",
    "last_known_ip": "",
    "last_name": "Dardour",
    "last_seen_at": "2017-12-15T13:37:15Z",
    "latest_session_initial_referrer": "",
    "latest_session_initial_url": "",
    "latest_session_platform_id": "561fb665450f34b1cf00000f",
    "latest_session_started_at": "2017-12-15T13:34:19Z",
    "clearbit": {
      "source": "enrich",
      "location": "Copenhagen, DK",
      "revealed_at": "2017-07-07T15:10:40Z",
      "site": "",
      /* ... */
    "clearbit_company": {
      /* ... */
    "hubspot": {
      /* ... */
    "intercom": {
      /* ... */
    "mailchimp": {
      /* ... */
    /* More groups... */

Rate limiting

Outgoing Webhooks Connector allows to adjust rate limit at which each webhook endpoint will be called. To make that possible we expose two settings: Requests rate limit and Requests concurrency:

  • Requests rate limit is an integer which means the maximum number of requests done every 1 second.
  • Requests concurrency is an integer which additionaly can limit the number of maximum concurrent requests our connector will open

E.g. if you define concurrency of 2, first two requests will be fired immediately and the 3rd one will be only run after completion of any of first two.


Webhook receiver endpoint must respond with 2xx status code

Our connector expect the webhook endpoint to respond with 200-204 status codes to treat it as a successfull request. Otherwise it will mark the user event as outgoing.user.error

Connector doesn’t support redirects

Connector does not follow redirect responses such us 301, 302 etc. Those redirects are treated as errors. To make sure that the connector works smoothly ensure that all of the urls provided in the settings are the final, resolved url addresses.

E.g. if your final url is do not use - watch out for missing https, www and trailing slash. If any of those parts are missing it may lead to redirect and cause connector to error out

10 requests needs to fit in 25 seconds time window

Due to our internal batching and timeouts levels we need to make sure that the connector can process 10 users in time below ~20 seconds. E.g. if the connector is set with concurrency of 1, the slowest webhook endpoint needs to respond in less than ~2 seconds to be able to finish all 10 users before our timeout will interrupt the data flow.