We made an entire overhaul of our webhook integrations. Initially, when we developed the webhooks feature. It was very minimal and only supported webhook events relating to release notes. While this worked initially, our platform grew and required more comprehensive webhook support.
With the new Webhooks 2.0 release, we have opened up the Onset platform to provide the possibility to develop more extensive integrations. You can subscribe and listen to events from almost all entities, such as releases, roadmaps, projects, etc. Using the emitted notification and data, you could trigger CI builds, perform calculations, or send messages on specific conditions – you name it.
The entire list of supported entities and events is available in our documentation.