Send data back to customGPT via webhook response module

Hi @samliew you responded to my query sometime ago here

Now I have a scenario that generates less than 40secs in order to qualify for webhook response module, My question is what goes in the ‘body’ of webhook resonspe module in this case? How would I get the info back to customGPT? What URL do i place in the body?

Thank you for your help

You’ll have to refer to the external service’s API documentation to see what the external service requires. Do you have a link to it?

If you need assistance in setting up the webhook response module, please provide additional information about what you have tried with regards to the external service’s Developer API Reference – how you are setting the response, a link to the endpoint are you trying to connect to, and what errors you are encountering.


Thanks for your reply @samliew

Honestly, open ai documentation is hard to understand, I just go by youtube videos. Unfortunately I can’t seem to find a youtube video that has done this yet hence why I have come here.
Here is the documentation I could find on Custom GPT Actions

Here is the scenario I currently have, all first three modules work fine. I just need to send the output of module 3 back to the Custom GPT

The link you provided seems like it’s for the entire OpenAI, and has nothing to do with Custom GPTs.

You should look at Chat Plugins Beta – Learn how to build a plugin that allows ChatGPT to intelligently call your API instead.

From what I can see, you cannot do this in Make, since you need to published manifest files and schemas, and get your GPT Plugin approved.

You can also suggest for it to be made in the Idea exchange. Don’t forget to search for it first, just in case someone already suggested it, so that you don’t end up creating a duplicate.


thank you for your help @samliew

No problem, glad I could help!

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