Sending Teams message

Sending Teams messages to your project channel or directly to people is the best way to keep your team updated on the status of test/suite/schedule runs.

Keep in mind that the "Alerts" feature is only available on paid plans. So any related features, such as Teams alerts, will not be available on the free plan.

More information about pricing can be found here:

Before proceeding to the first step, remember to integrate your Teams channel with BugBug. If you haven't done so yet, don't worry - BugBug will prompt you for permissions when you start creating an alert.

Already connected? Great! Follow the steps below.

Set a team

In the first field, you need to specify the team, where you will found expected channel. BugBug will provide you a list of all connected teams.

Choose a channel

In the next box, you need to select a channel to receive the messages. BugBug will provide you a list of all connected Teams channels.

Testing a Teams alert

Before creating a new Teams alert, it's possible to check how it works by clicking on the "Trigger Alert" button.

The Teams message template is predefined for all users. If you need to customize the message, create a webhook alert instead.

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