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Jira webhook to Microsoft teams Edited


So I'm reading this page

When I create an issue in Jira in a specific project I want it to be sent to Microsoft Teams

How do I configure my URL in my webhook to only send the issues that are in my project? 

Lets say this is my webhook


This is my project in Jira

project = EISAZURE


What should my URL look like

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@Wendy Thorneloe 

Hi Wendy,


  If you have admin access to JIRA. Got to System--> WebHooks and click on create webhook, it will ask you Name, status, URL etc. Provide the WebHook URL there and select the events you would like. If you do not a JIRA administrator. Provide the URL to your administrator and ask them to setup WebHook for you.

  I have added an image of webhook page. Please find the attachments.







Yes I have admin in Jira

So the answer is...

I put this in the event? project = EISAZURE instead of All Issues

@Wendy Thorneloe 


  Yes. You can provide your desired JQL there.




Hi Ravi,


Where can I get this MS teams webhook url.?

We are planning to connect jira & MS teams.

Kind Regards,


Hi Manoj,


   When you created a group, click on more options, there you will see "Get link to this channel" copy that link.


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