Webhooks enable the communication of invitation status and signed documents to your application. Previously, a standard webhook structure was available for such needs. You may also add additional header parameters to the webhook calls for authentication purposes.
You can add the following to the Webhook headers:
Basic authentication parameters (like username and password)
Bearer/Token authentication parameters (fetching token or code from an API request and adding it to the webhook headers)
Any other static or dynamic (values fetched real-time from APIs) parameters.
Steps to configure authentication parameters to webhooks headers
Share your authentication requirements with Leegality Support Team from your registered admin email ID at email@example.com over a secure email.