I want to make a scenario in Make, which detects when a task has changed section. To do this, I use “Watch Webhook Events”. What I don’t understand is how to fire this webhook in Asana afterwards.
I’m not a developer (that’s why I use Make), and I must be missing something simple maybe, but after 2 hours of searching on the net, I couldn’t find any usercase
I’d be happy to have an idea to unblock me
Thanks in advance,
Can you describe what your ultimate goal is? What are you trying to accomplish in a business sense?
Thanks Phil for your question.
I want to synchronize Airtable and Asana, to manage invoices. Asana is used to validate the invoice and Airtable to store it.
Phase 1: The customer submits an invoice through an Airtable form. This triggers a Make automation, and creates an Asana task assigned to the accountant (and many other people)
Phase 2: (after many discussions) the invoice is validated, so the accountant moves the task to the “Validated invoices” section.
At this point I would like a Make automation that allows me to update the invoice in Airtable.
I can do this, by making regular requests to Make, which checks if there is a new task in the section in “Validated invoices” . But 1. it costs resources and 2. it’s not immediate. I guess “Watch Webhook Events” in Make is there to solve this problem.
Make create a link to a weebhook to fire
But I have no idea how to trigger this webhook from Asana.
Hope it’s more clear now,
Hello, please check this article: Webhooks in Integromat - Watch Webhook Events, Asana Task Changed - #11 by Bruno_Selun. You need to trigger the webhook on the project resource and filter for an added story with the value
section_changed. You will find it in the article in detail.
OK, got the solution. Thanks @honzapav
But you need to wait at least 10 seconds to receive the webhook after moving the task.