New Feature – Microsoft Teams Integration

Getting the notifications inside the team communication app you use can make things easy as this may be where you’ll be discussing how to make that website/server back online.

Microsoft Teams

Besides the Slack integration, Uptime Robot now has support for Microsoft Teams too.

It simply works by creating an incoming webhook URL at the Teams app and creating a new alert contact at Uptime Robot (My Settings>Alert Contacts>New) using this webhook URL.

After that, just attach this alert contact to the monitors of your choice and the notifications will be delivered to the preferred team.

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  1. krivera115

    You’re welcome! ;)

  2. Philip

    That was just we needed. Thx a lot :).

  3. Sean

    For the URL to notify webhook, the webhook URL I received from Teams did not end in a “?” or “&”

    Any ideas?

    1. Umut Muhaddisoglu Post author

      No need for adding it as a webhook but it can now be added from My Settings>Alert Contacts>New>Microsoft Teams.

  4. Paul

    No link to instructions?

    1. Umut Muhaddisoglu Post author

      The instructions are shared/displayed in the My Settings>Alert Contacts>New>Microsoft Teams dialog.

  5. Al

    Whilst adding the webhook as a contact in Uptime Robot Settings, I fell into the trap, during ‘Settings->Add Alert Contact-> Alert Contact Type (Please Select) of selecting ‘Standard Method->Webhook’. I don’t know what came over me. I should have scrolled down and the ’3rd Party Apps/Services->Microsoft Teams to enter the webhook details. Then it worked end to end with Teams.

  6. Doug

    Nice – thanks!


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