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A single query for multiple responders



 We have multiple teams that are on-call and I'm wondering if there is a way to create an Alert query to see alerts for all the teams?

upon checking this guide, I'm not seeing anything..

however, just checking in with the experts to see if there is a way.

Example would be a single query to see alerts for 'Team 1' and 'Team 2' and 'Team 3'.


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Samir Atlassian Team May 02, 2021

Hi @William Butt ,


By default, and Admin/Owner in Opsgenie can see alerts from all teams on the alert dashboard. Users with role of "user" (i.e. non Admins/Owners) can only see alerts from teams that they are a member of.


You can query for alerts with Team1 or Team2 or Team3 as a responder using the following:


responders: Team1 or Team2 or Team3

Thanks @Samir

Upon review, when I created my query, it defaults to the 'AND' operator and not the 'OR'... it now works as I need it.

Thanks for the response.

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