This wiki explains how to create and use webhooks in BDFD.

Creating A Webhook

$webhookCreate[channelID;username;avatarURL (can be left empty)]

Creates a webhook in the provided 'channelID', with the inputted 'username' and 'avatarURL' assets. This function returns the URL of the newly created webhook (webhook URLs should be kept private, treat them like a password).

Note: Only ten webhooks can be created per channel.

Editing A Webhook


Changes the provided webhook's avatar.


Changes the provided webhook's username.

Webhook Messages

You can send messages via a webhook using the following functions:

  • $webhookTitle[webhookURL;text] - Adds a title to the webhook embed.
  • $webhookDescription[webhookURL;text] - Adds a description to the webhook embed.
  • $webhookFooter[webhookURL;text] - Adds a footer to the webhook embed.
  • $webhookContent[webhookURL;text] - The webhook non-embedded message content.
  • $webhookColor[webhookURL;colorHex] - The color of the webhook embed.

Alternatively, you can use $webhookSend[] for more options and condensement:

$webhookSend[webhookURL;content;title;titleURL;description;color;author;authorIcon;footer;footerIcon;thumbnail;image;addTimestamp (yes/no)]

Note: Unneeded fields can be left empty.

Deleting A Webhook


Deletes the provided webhook.


$var[webhookURL;$webhookCreate[$channelID;Cool Webhook;]]
$webhookContent[$var[webhookURL];Hello World!]
$c[❗️This example requires BDScript 2 enabled❗️]


This code is storing the newly created webhook URL returned from $webhookCreate[] (using $var[]). Then, in the rest of the code $var[webhookURL] was called to get the webhook URL, which allowed the webhook message to send using $webhookContent[].

🧙‍♂️ Remember, you need to be in BDScript 2 mode to use $var[]!