Setting up webhooks for Teamwork
Connect Teamwork to Status Hero with a webhook and Status Hero will match up activity to your team members based on their names. Then, their Teamwork activity appears in the activity page and alongside their check-ins automatically.
To set it up, first, visit the Integrations page in Team Settings in Status Hero. Enter your Teamwork domain and click "Save." Next, copy the URL listed under "Endpoint URL."
Log in to Teamwork, open the "Settings" menu, and select "Webhooks."
Make sure that webhooks are enabled and then click "Add Webhook." In the "Webhook Event" drop-down, select one of the following supported options (if you'd like to see other actions supported, let us know!):
In the "Endpoint URL" field, paste the URL that you copied from Status Hero and click "Add Webhook"."
Repeat this process for each of the activities that you want to have automatically included in Status Hero. We recommend setting up all four.
That's it! Teamwork updates will now show up in the activity stream and alongside team member check-ins.
Look for updates in the activity stream first. The dashboard will sum up updates from the previous period. (The check-ins essentially say "here's what I did yesterday, and here is all of the Teamwork activity to go along with that.)
Check to make sure the full name that is being used in Teamwork matches the full name (first and last) that is being used in Status Hero.
Status Hero won't be able to record data retroactively. Make sure you generate some activity in Jira in order to test things out after you've set up the connection.