Upon creating a trigger, webhook actions allow you to setup actions that respond when a trigger is invoked. Webhook actions currently allow you to send email messages to different types of recipients, an SMS message to a mobile phone, or a HTTP request to a configurable endpoint. You can add as many webhook actions to respond to a trigger as needed.
Upon creating a webhook action, you can view instances of it running and results for each time it executes. Like triggers, you can individually disable webhook actions to temporarily stop their activity.