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Requires DiSky v4.15.0


Webhooks were only available via a separate module before version 4.15.0, but now they are built into the core addon. Please consider updating your syntax to the new one!

Webhooks are a way to send messages to a channel without a bot. They are useful for sending messages from external services or scripts, as they don't require a bot to be online. You can also use them to send messages with a custom name and avatar, which is not possible with a bot.

There's two main "types" of webhooks in DiSky:

  • Webhook Clients: Registered webhooks that you can use to send messages.
  • (Normal) Webhooks: Webhooks retrieved from a channel, you cannot send messages with them.

In this page, you'll see how to register your webhooks and send messages with them, but you can see information about managing webhooks in a channel just below.

Webhooks Clients

Register a client

You first need to register a webhook client to use it later. For this, create a webhook in a channel using the following steps:

  1. Open the settings of your desired channel.
  2. Navigate to the integrations tab.
  3. Click on Create Webhook.
  4. Fill in the name and avatar of the webhook
  5. Copy the webhook URL, you'll need it for the next step.

Then, you can register the webhook client using the following effect:

Where do I put this code?

The best place is in a on ready section of your bot. That way, it only registers once, and you can directly use the event-bot provided by the section!

# We assume you're in a 'on ready' section here
register webhooks using event-bot named "my_webhook" with url ""

A few notes here:

  • You must use a loaded bot as "bridge" to register the webhook.
  • The name is the name you'll use to refer to this webhook client later. It's only for DiSky, not for Discord.
  • The url is the URL you copied earlier, containing both the webhook's ID and token.

Send a message

The message sending workflow was greatly improved in 4.15.0 compared to the module, as it integrates smoothly with DiSky's existing syntax. For instance, you can directly use a rich message as the message to send!

create a new message and store it in {_msg}:
    set the content of the message to "Hello World!"

    make embed and store it in {_e}:
        set title of embed to "Da first embed"
        set embed color of embed to orange
        set footer of embed to "How lovely is this?"
    add {_e} to the embeds of the message

    make embed and store it in {_e}: #(1)!
        set title of embed to "Oh, and another embed!"
        set embed color of embed to yellow
        set footer of embed to "DiSky is the best :)"
    add {_e} to the embeds of the message

make client "my_webhook" post {_msg} with username "Mister Fish" with avatar url "" and store it in {_msg}

Important Note

Only webhook can send multiple embeds in a single message. If you try to send multiple embeds with a bot, it will only send the last one!

The code above will send the following message:

Image title

Amazing, right?

Manage Webhooks

Retrieve Webhooks

You can retrieve webhooks, by channels or guilds. You can use this effect:

retrieve webhooks of event-channel and store them in {_webhooks::*}
retrieve webhooks of event-guild and store them in {_webhooks::*}

List Guild's Webhooks

discord command webhooks:
    prefixes: ?
        retrieve webhooks of event-guild and store them in {_webhooks::*}

        add "%size of {_webhooks::*}% webhooks found:" to {_m::*}
        loop {_webhooks::*}:
            add "- %discord name of loop-value% (%discord id of loop-value% in %mention tag of (text channel of loop-value)%)" to {_m::*}
        reply with join {_m::*} with nl

Webhook Properties

Here's a non-exhaustive list of what you can do with a webhook: