First go to the settings in your Doorbird app
Login with your own Doorbird admin login
Find "HTTP(S) Calls" and press it
Add an HTTP(S) Call and name it how you want.
Then you just need to paste the link you got from us under "URL" and save it.
Now go back to the administration and press on "Schedule for doorbell"
Addition: For all muliple call button Doorbird devices like the D2102V, D2103V etc. this option can be found under "(Button-) Configuration" in the subcategory "settings". There you can choose for which button on your Doorbid you would like to set up the ringing. Choose this button and find the "Scheduler for actions" there.
Press the bell symbol in the top left corner and select "HTTP(S) Calls" as the category to schedule.
If everything worked fine, then the name you chose for your HTTP(S) Call previously (in this example, "Alexa") should be selected automatically in the middle at the top. If not, select it yourself by tapping the arrows on the left and right of the Heading.
Choose the time of day when your doorbell rings should be transferred to your Alexa.
For example, you can turn off the doorbell rings at night.
Grey = Transfer
Black = Do not transfer
(in this example, Alexa will not ring until 7 a.m.)
Afterwards, just save your administration changes and your devices are successfully linked.
If someone rings your doorbell now, your Alexa will ring and inform you about your visitor!