Send an HTTP request on a schedule
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Send an HTTP request on a schedule

How this works

This workflow sends an HTTP POST request once a day, using a custom header to specify a Content-Type of application/json.

You can use this workflow to send an HTTP request to any URL you'd like, on any schedule. You can use any HTTP method, add HTTP headers, add HTTP auth, and more!

Using this workflow

First, fork this workflow. If you haven't signed up for Pipedream, you'll be asked to sign up and choose a username. Forking this pipeline will create a copy of it in your own account that you can modify however you want.

Enter your destination URL and make any modifications to the HTTP method, headers or payload. If you don't have a URL you can send data to but want to test the workflow, you can create a destination URL using RequestBin.

Then, press the big green Send Test Event button to manually trigger your workflow. On the left, you should see a test event appear in our Inspector. Click on that to see how your workflow ran agains the test event, then check your destination URL to confirm you received the request!

If you have any trouble at all, please feel free to reach out to our team. We're more than happy to help!