# Paddle webhooks

Since Kanuu is using your own Paddle's account under the hood, you can listen to subscription changes from Paddle directly using webhooks.

Using Laravel?

If you application is built on Laravel, Kanuu provides a HandlePaddleWebhook controller that takes care of everything for you including verifying the webhook's signature.

Follow these steps to install the package and see what else it can do for you.

If you don't have webhooks setup already, go to your Paddle's account under "Developer Tools > Alerts / Webhooks" and add a webhook URL to your own application. Paddle will send a POST request to that URL everytime an event you've subscribed for happened.

This means, you need to make sure the 3 subscription events: subscription_created, subscription_updated and subscription_cancelled are selected on the same page below.

Paddle's screenshot of the "Alerts and Webhooks" page.

You can now implement that POST endpoint by following Paddle's documentation (opens new window).

Kanuu uses the identifer you passed when redirecting your customers, and adds it as a JSON string to the passthrough data that Paddle returns in the webhook. Within the JSON string you'll find your identifer with the key kannu.

    "passthrough": { "kanuu": "42" },
    // ...