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Innovating Live Streaming and Meetings: Muvi Live Unveils Game-Changing Webhook Feature for Real-Time Tracking

Ankit Jena Published on : 28 March 2024


Muvi Live’s new feature announcement Webhook will now enhance real-time tracking in live streaming as well as meeting. You just need to set triggers for starts, stop, creations, updates, and deletion and rest our webhook will take care of. It will allow your systems to rapidly respond to the changes, eliminating the latency and overhead tied to frequent polling of APIs.


What are Webhooks Used For?

Webhooks are used to create triggers and provide instant alerts on completion of those specific triggers allowing you for faster action and real-time monitoring. It provides a flexible and efficient method of communication and interaction between the event and organizer in real-time.

They provide real-time updates without the need for constant polling. Instead of continuously checking for updates, applications can rely on webhooks to receive notifications only when necessary, reducing unnecessary traffic and improving efficiency.


What is the Difference Between Webhook and API?

APIs are typically request-response based, meaning that a client application sends a request to the API, and the API responds with the requested data or performs the requested action. Whereas Webhooks enable real-time communication between systems by allowing servers to push data to clients immediately when an event occurs. This eliminates the need for clients to continuously poll the server for updates, resulting in faster response times and reduced latency.

Webhooks provide flexibility for clients to react to events in customizable ways, such as triggering specific actions or workflows based on the received data. This flexibility allows developers to design dynamic and responsive systems tailored to their specific use cases.


Use of Webhooks in Live Streaming

Live streaming uses webhooks to notify external services or applications about various events related to the live stream. These events can include stream start, stream end, viewer engagement, chat messages, donations, subscription events, etc. When such events occur, the live streaming platform sends an HTTP request to the specified URL (the webhook endpoint) with relevant data, allowing external systems to react accordingly.

Webhooks enable real-time data processing and analysis during live streams. For instance, analytics services can receive event notifications via webhooks and provide real-time insights into viewer engagement, audience demographics, and viewer behavior.

Muvi Live’s Webhook feature allows you to create start, stop, creation, update, deletion, and status triggers for live streams. This helps you capture all the information in your internal applications like custom dashboards for in-depth analysis, monitoring, and more.


Use of Webhooks in Live Meetings

Webhooks can provide real-time updates and notifications during live meetings. For example, when someone joins or leaves the meeting, a webhook can trigger a notification to other participants or update a dashboard showing the current attendees. Webhooks can integrate with messaging platforms and automatically send meeting invitations, reminders, or summaries to designated channels or individuals.

During live meetings, webhooks can trigger surveys or feedback forms to collect input from participants. This can help organizers gather insights on meeting effectiveness, agenda relevance, or overall satisfaction. It can also automate the sharing of documents, resources, or relevant links during live meetings. For instance, when a presenter refers to a document, a webhook can automatically send the document link to all participants.

Webhooks can enable interactive features within live meetings, such as live polling or Q&A sessions. When a participant submits a response or question, a webhook can process the input and display the results in real-time.

Webhooks can integrate with calendar systems and automatically update meeting schedules, send reminders, or sync changes made to meeting details.

Muvi Live’s Webhook feature helps you create triggers for virtual meeting events such as start, stop, creation, update, and deletions. You easily get the flexibility to customize meeting details, invite participants, and ensure all necessary resources are prepared for a successful meeting.


Ending Notes

Muvi Live helps you automate your content workflow with webhooks that trigger specific actions upon live event completion. Archive, categorize, or repurpose your live content, saving valuable time and enhancing your content strategy. With Muvi Live, it is easy to automate your workflows by connecting your live streams and meetings to your digital tools and sharing real-time information. Start for Free Now! 



Written by: Ankit Jena

Ankit is Content Writer for Muvi’s Marketing unit. He is a passionate writer with 5+ Years of Experience in Content Creation And Development. In his past time, he likes to dance, play football and google various things to quench his thirst for knowledge.

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