This Webhooks service are triggers that you can attach to Box files and folders to notify you when those objects are accessed. The Box API provides access to a set of secure content management features for use in your own app that includes; file storage, preview, search, commenting, and metadata. It allows you to define the Webhooks that you want to attach to a file or a folder and the URL that you want to be use for notifications. This enables you to setup a Webhook that notifies you whenever a particular file gets updated or whenever files are downloaded from a particular folder that automatically monitors activity affecting your Box content. This service helps to securely store, access, share, and collaborate files across devices, web, mobile, and desktop applications. Box is a cloud-based content management platform that offers administrative capabilities to help manage unstructured data across an entire organization for people to share ideas, collaborate and help get work done.
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