When adding an action to a rule you can select the webhook option. This is a great way to connect your alerts into other systems like Slack or iFTTT.

To configure a webhook simply change the URL field and hit test. By default we send the payload as JSON but you can change the drop down to send encoded in the URL if the service you are sending to prefers that.

You can add additional fields to the payload in the 'Extra Payload' box. This can also be used to override any of the current fields that we send.

Finally, click the test button to verify your webhook is configured correctly.

Example delivery 



- event: ["alert" | "recovered"]

- criteria: ["hosts are reporting down" | "check <plugin_name> is failing" | "<metric> above threshold of <threshold>"]

- text: will be picked up automatically by slack

- no triggers details when event is 'recovered'

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    Kristof Coomans

    Worth to note here is that special handling has been implemented for several third party services, so the correct fields are used instead of the default fields mentioned above.

    The third party services for which specific support has been implemented are listed here: https://support.dataloop.io/hc/en-gb/sections/201756323-Webhook

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