☝️ If you have Tilda chosen as the first step in the integration, and you need to transfer data from a form or cart, you need to connect Onlizer Webhook to Tilda.

The instruction is made on the example of the integration of Tilda and amoCRM, but instead of amoCRM any of your services can be used.


The first step is to check that the integration is published

👉 You need to save and publish the integration to create a Webhook.


Second step — you need to copy Webhook

After publishing, you need to go to the project settings (use Project button at the bottom panel) — go to the Endpoints section and copy the Webhook👇


The last step is to connect Webhook to Tilda

See the current instructions on the Tilda website →

Sorry to send you for another instruction, just so it will be more accurate and you won't be mistaken, as services often change the interface.

❗️Be sure to check the boxes next for all additional settings when you setup webhook in TIlda:

We also suggest changing the name of Onlizer's webhook connection inside Tilda to some more readable as Tilda will use inserted URL as the name by default.


The result after all the steps should be like this:

✔️ Integration in Onlizer saved and published.

✔️ Webhook is connected to Tilda and checkboxes are marked for additional settings.

✔️ Webhook is connected to a form or cart.

✔️ The Tilda page with the form or cart is published.



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