Follow this tutorial on how to do it.
Without having to set up a server yourself, we receive all your essential webhook events.
- 1 Create a dataset
A dataset is where you can store your data at collect2.com. The only thing you need to do is give it a name. You get an API url right away in the form of https://collect2.com/api/12312312-a23d-abcd-abcd-abcd1234abcd/datarecord/
2 Get data in
Get the data in your dataset. You can send any JSON to the endpoint from your application, command line, or 3rd party software. To try out, you can even use an example dataset.
For this tutorial, we want to connect it to a webhook, so we use the webhook URL.
- 3 Adding the webhook url to a service.
Most web applications will send the data to any webhook. For instance, GitHub sends much information with every event.
- 4 Explore data
Once the data is in, you can start exploring the data you just received.
- 5Forward data
Now that the data is in, you can forward the data to your own application or and other service.
- 6 Summarize and export
Only the data you have selected will show up in the overview. You can export this data to excel and CSV.
- 7 Visualize
The numbers are recognized automatically and made visible in the graph.