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Article version: Enterprise Server 2.20

About global webhooks

Global webhooks notify you about events at the instance level.

You can use global webhooks to automatically monitor, respond to, or enforce rules for user and organization management on your instance. For example, you can configure your webhooks to execute whenever:

  • A user account is created or deleted
  • An organization is created or deleted
  • A collaborator is added to or removed from a repository
  • A repository is forked

List of global webhooks

For more information about configuring webhooks, see "Managing global webhooks."

You can also use the GitHub Enterprise Server API to manage global webhooks. For a complete list of actions, see "Global webhooks."

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