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Jan 7, 2017

Customize your HTTP method and headers for your cron job requests

Happy New Year!

EasyCron used to have a "posts" and "cookies" field in the cron job settings which are for posting content and setting cookies for the HTTP requests sent to your server.

Now, in order to follow the HTTP standards and conventions, we've added a new feature - HTTP method and header customization - to our cron job setting.

As a result, the previous existing "posts" field is integrated with POST, PUT and PATCH method. And the previous existing "cookies" field will retire at 6:00 AM UTC, on Jan 14, 2017.

From now on, you can simply customize the HTTP method (from GET, POST, HEAD, PUT, PATCH, DELETE, CONNECT, OPTIONS and TRACE) and headers for your cron job requests at:


Customize HTTP method and headers for your cron job requests

If you have any longing feature that you want to have in EasyCron, please send us a message at our message page. We will always listen to our users at the first place.