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Automatically create alert from changes on webpage

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I've been using webhooks to push alerts to urls (teams) but haven't figured out how to link opsgenie to a webpage url. The goal is for something to change on the webpage which opsgenie will notice and create an alert. once the alert is created, the webhook will push the alert to teams. Got the second half done but stumped on the first half. 

 

Do I need to use a separate app to grab information from webpages?

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John M Atlassian Team Apr 15, 2022

Hi Landon,

As I noted in your other post, we don't have any native webscraping integrations, so you would need to find a 3rd party app that can scan your site for changes, then send those changes to Opsgenie via the API.

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