This release added support for outgoing web-hooks. Outgoing web-hooks can be used to automate your external workflows. For example, you can send messages to a Slack Channel or trigger Selenium test automation upon completions of a CI job within ClickDeploy.
To enable web-hooks, go to Deploy Options > more > enable outgoing web-hooks.
After enabling outgoing web-hooks, go to the "Outgoing Webhooks" tab and fill in the detail as below. In the "Payload" section, you can reference to variables such as
$DEPLOYMENT_ID, $DEPLOYMENT_TITLE, $DEPLOYMENT_STATUS and ClickDeploy will replace these by the actual deployment Id and deployment title before posting the message to your external service.
When enabled, outgoing web-hooks will be triggered for each validation or deployment action. It will be triggered irrespective of whether the action is scheduled or manual.
Git commit author's email
For SSH repo, you can now specify a Git User Email in addition to the Git Login (or Git Username). These will be reflected in your commit message as part of the author and committer details.