Easily Integrate the Twilio custom_message_not_allowed Webhook into your application using Javascript, Ruby, and other frameworks.

Steps to receive the Twilio custom_message_not_allowed Webhook

  • Sign up for your free Hooky account.
  • Create a new Webhook Source, and select twilio. This will be the endpoint that receives the Twilio custom_message_not_allowed webhook on behalf of your application, and forwards them using the unified SDK.
  • Once the custom_message_not_allowed webhook is received from Twilio, you'll see the payload under the Live Logs section of your webhook source.
  • Next, follow the examples below to integrate the Hooky SDK in Ruby or Javascript, and start receiving webhooks.
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