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Return custom webhook data in Retool Workflows

The Response block in Retool Workflows allows for synchronous webhook runs. Workflows can now return data as a webhook response at any time during a run or upon completion.

The Response block works in conjunction with the Webhook trigger and enables you to configure your own responses. You can specify the HTTP status code and a JSON response body to return, which can include any data from the workflow. For example, use a workflow to look up a customer's mailing address based on their email, use multiple blocks to return different types of data depending on execution logic, or even use a Response block as an error handler to signal that something went wrong.

Response blocks are represented as a new block type; just drag out a block, select Response in the context menu, and your webhook will now wait until the Response block is executed to return. Check out the docs to learn more.

Power business automations with GPT-4 in Retool Workflows

Introducing the Smart Block, bringing the power of GPT-4 and AI into Retool Workflows.

Treat the Smart Block like a natural programming step in any series of tasks you want to automate: just drag a Smart Block onto the canvas, identify the dataset you want to pass in with your request, and complete your prompt with a set of natural language instructions. Then, just run the block and return your data for use in your automations: summarize hundreds of rows of raw product data, create entirely custom systems to classify or filter requests, or even execute AI-authored code––all in Retool.

The Smart Block is free to use and available now for all cloud organizations. To learn more, read the full announcement, or check out the docs.