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A task is the core object of work in the Service and is either a pickup or delivery, performed at a destination. For billing purposes, tasks are only counted when they reach the "Completed" status, via Onfleet's driver app, driver app SDK, dispatcher dashboard or API call.
An integration connects two (or more) software systems so that data may be shared between them. Onfleet offers several pre-built integrations, simple custom integration support on platforms such as Zapier and Make, and a REST API and webhooks for more complex integrations.
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A webhook is triggered by a specific event within Onfleet, such as task creation or worker duty status. Once triggered, a webhook request is sent to the designated URL, including relevant data, so that some further action can be taken. Please see our open source repository for a simple example of webhook registration and usage and our documentation for a comprehensive list of webhook triggers and further information.
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