Webhooks are a simple way for one online account to send automated messages or information to another. Webhooks are sometimes also called "reverse APIs." In most cases, you need to know how to use webhooks if you want to automatically push data from one app to another. Most developers use webhooks as part of an API. An API is a set of rules that allows one piece of software to interact with another. When you use an API, you usually make a request to another server in order to get or send data. With webhooks, the other server can send data back automatically without you having to make a request.
Actiondesk's spreadsheet interface works like Google Sheets or Excel. You can use basic formulas, build pivot tables, charts, graphs, and dashboards. Nothing to learn.
With Actiondesk, you can automate your reports over Slack or Email. That way, your whole team stays on top of everything.
“Having the power of a spreadsheet with the ability of importing data from multiple sources that automatically refresh has instantly solved all of our reporting problems”
Beth Goulet, Director of Revenue Operations @EdmitRead Beth's Story
Super easy setting up Actiondesk to read our data tables, and now I can do everything inside a spreadsheet without having to bug our dev team.
Josh Hubball, Founder @Level Frames
I love the spreadsheet feel because I can try and test different things, run small scale analyses and access all of my SQL data - live.
Romy Lynch, Co-Founder @Mona