Microsoft Teams webhooks are fully integrated with Uptime.com to allow you to push alerts to their platform. To get started, you will first need to set up a Microsoft Teams account at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/microsoft-teams/group-chat-software.
Uptime.com requires the following:
- Webhook URL from Microsoft Teams
- Name for the integration
Integration with Microsoft Teams allows for the following:
- When an alert is created or resolved in Uptime, an alert is pushed to a specific channel in Microsoft Teams via webhook.
First, log into your Microsoft Teams account. Navigate to the More Options button, or the Apps button, and search for or navigate to Incoming Webhook. Click Add to Team, and then select the Channel where webhook alerts will be posted.
You will be asked to name your webhook, and you can assign it an avatar image. Microsoft Teams will provide a Webhook URL once you click Create. Copy the webhook URL provided by Microsoft Teams.
Return to Uptime.com. In order to activate the integration of Microsoft Teams within your Uptime account, you will go to Notifications>Integrations, then click New Profile. Select Microsoft Teams as the Provider Type.
Paste the Webhook URL provided by Microsoft Teams into the designated field, and then click Save.
Once you have configured your Microsoft Teams integration, you will need to assign it to a contact.
Assign Integration to Existing Contacts
To add your integration to an existing contact, click on or type the name of the contact into the Assign to Contacts field within the integration setup screen.
Create New Contacts for the Integration
Adding a dedicated or new contact cannot be done within the integrations screen. To do so first, click Notifications>Contacts. You can select New Contact, or add your integration to an existing contact.
Select Microsoft Teams from the Push Notifications field within the New Contact screen.
Assign Integration Contact to a Check
If you have created a new or dedicated contact for your integration, you will need to add it to specific checks. If you have assigned the integration to a contact that is already assigned to one (or more) checks, you may skip this step.
Return to your Check’s Edit screen and assign this contact to the Contacts field to be notified of a downtime event. Alert data will appear in real time.
Test Your Integration
Test your integration with one of the following two options:
- Force the Check assigned to your Integration to fail by altering it (HTTPS checks can use a misspelling of the domain, for example)
Click Notifications>Contacts, then click Actions>Test to send a test to the Contact.