You can use a webhook to send alerts from the Command Center to a third-party application. You can also configure alerts to send messages to the third-party applications. For example, you can configure the webhook receiver alerts on Microsoft Teams and Slack applications.
Note: Only tenant administrators and MSP administrators can add webhooks.
Before You Begin
You must have the URL for the webhook that is provided by the third-party application.
From the navigation pane, go to Manage > System.
The System page appears.
Click Webhooks tile.
The Webhooks page appears.
In the upper-right area of the page, click Add.
The Add webhook page appears.
In the Name box, enter a name for the webhook.
In the URL box, enter the URL that is provided by the third-party application.
To secure the alerts, from the Authentication list, select Secret HMAC, and then enter a secret key.
The secret HMAC key secures the transfer of the alert. The key must be 8,000 or fewer characters. When the alert is transferred, the secret key generates a digest, which is verified by the receiving server.
6. Click Add.
The status of webhooks is indicated by color as follows:
Response code from the webhook
The webhook is not used
What to Do Next
After adding the webhook, create the alert. For instructions, see Creating an Alert.