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The unofficial Rocket Chat notifications module for WHMCS give you the ability to receive notifications in Rocket Chat app with a setting rules that you can setup from the notifications section in WHMCS admin area. You may select multiple events within any given event category for example ticket, invoice, order, service, domain and API.
This module only works for admin staff it doesn't work for your clients.
After installing the Rocket Chat notifications module for WHMCS you need to register at Rocket Chat website https://rocket.chat/pricing and create an Incoming Webhook by going to Administration > Integrations > New Integration > Incoming Webhook then setup the webhook until you get the webhook URL after that enter the webhook URL in the Rocket Chat notifications module also you can add a notification color with hex color codes. From the notifications section you can create a new notification rule from there you can select a rule name and choose an event also you may select multiple events within any given event category for example ticket, invoice, order, service, domain and API. You can apply some conditions to the notification to restrict when the rule is executed.
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