RequestBin is a service that allows users to store and analyze webhooks and other HTTP requests to let them debug these requests. You can use it to create a public endpoint to receive and inspect HTTP requests coming from any source, and then inspect their headers, payloads, and more. The service is free, and doesn’t require you to register if you are fine with your tests being public - if you would prefer them to remain private, however, you will need to register for an account.
You can click the blue Create Request Bin button seen indicated by the green arrow above to create a private request bin, or you can create a public bin by clicking the link that’s highlighted in the yellow box. If you wish to be given a unique URL to collect only HTTP or webhook requests, I would recommend clicking on the tab seen highlighted in the purple box in the image above.
Once you have clicked the Create Request Bin button described above, you will be taken to a page that looks like this:
Where the URL seen highlighted in the yellow box is the URL of your own personal request bin. You will next need to log in to your TimeTap account, go to Settings > Integrations and then scroll down, and then insert the URL you just generated into the Webhook Url field that is shown with the green arrow in the following image:
Just click the green Update Webhook Url button to save.