Export to webhook (Beta)

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This feature is currently in beta. Beta features are subject to quick, iterative changes. As a result, this document may not reflect the most current version. In order to access this feature, please place a request with your customer success manager or reach out to the support chat to have it enabled for your organization.

This feature does not currently support export to authenticated endpoints.

Sigma webhook exports let you send data to your own webhook endpoints or to other applications such as Marketo, Segment, or Airtable, using a webhook. You can export your workbook data on an as-needed basis or create one or more schedules for recurring exports. Each schedule can support multiple endpoints and send conditions.

User requirements

The ability to export to webhooks requires the following:

  • You must be assigned an account type with the Export to webhook permission enabled.
  • You must be the workbook owner or be granted Can explore or Can edit workbook permission.

Supported formats

The following file types are available for all webhook exports:

  • CSV
  • JSON

Export limit

Webhooks have an export limit of 1 million rows. See Download, export, and upload limitations.

Send an ad hoc webhook export

  1. From the workbook menu (caret icon), select Export.
    The Export modal opens.

  2. Select Webhook.

  3. For Endpoint, enter one or more target webhook endpoints.

    • Separate multiple endpoints with commas.
    • Endpoint URLs must start with https://.
  4. If the workbook has tagged versions, select which one you want to export elements from.

  5. In the Attachment section, select a workbook element to export.

  6. For the attachment, select an export file format, either CSV or JSON.

  7. Click Export.

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    The export contains published workbook content only. Draft changes aren't reflected.

Schedule a recurring export

  1. From the workbook menu caret icon, select Schedule exports....

  2. If this is the first schedule for the workbook, click Add Schedule, otherwise click + New schedule.

  3. (Optional) You can define conditions for when Sigma sends the export. To turn on conditions, click the Condition toggle. For more information, see Schedule exports using conditions.

  4. SelectΒ Webhook.

  5. For Endpoint, enter one or more target webhook endpoints.

    • Separate multiple endpoints with commas.
    • Endpoint URLs must start with https://.
  6. If the workbook has tagged versions, select which one you want to export elements from.

  7. In the Attachment section, select a workbook element to export.

  8. For the attachment, select an export file format, either CSV or JSON.

  9. In the Frequency section, set the delivery schedule:

    • (Optional) Select the dropdown for Daily and select Weekly, Monthly, or Custom.

      • For Daily, select Once a day or Multiple times.

      • For Weekly, select which days of the week to send an email, and choose between Once a day or Multiple times.

      • For Monthly, select which day of the month to send an email, and the time of day.

      • For Custom, specify a schedule using cron syntax. See Set up a custom delivery schedule.

        If you select Multiple times, specify the frequency. For example, every 2 hours on the :15 of the hour between 9 AM and 6 PM.

    • (Optional) Adjust the default schedule time zone using the dropdown menu.

  10. (Optional) Select the checkbox for Customize control values to filter the exported data according to the value of one or more workbook controls. See Configure additional options for exports.

  11. Click Create.