We provide node-red-contrib-webhookrelay node that can be used with Node-RED to easily received webhooks.


To use this node, some configuration is required:

  1. Install node-red-contrib-webhookrelay

  2. Supply bucket and token key & secret into the node

Detailed steps with screenshots are available below.

Installing node-red-contrib-webhookrelay node

Open ‘palette’ on your Node-RED web interface and install node-red-contrib-webhookrelay node:

Creating Webhook Relay bucket

Buckets are like groups where you can have multiple input URLs and multiple outputs. Create at least one output to receive webhooks over WebSocket connection (Node-RED uses it under the hood) then you will be able to resend webhooks manually (good for testing integrations).

Go to your buckets page and create a bucket called nodered and at least one internal output (destination doesn’t matter):

Getting token key & secret

Retrieve token key & secret from page. While token key will remain visible, secret is already encrypted and cannot be decrypted. If you lose your secret, just delete the token and create a new one.

Configuring node-red-contrib-webhookrelay node

Add bucket name and your token key & secret into the node:

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