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Can timestamps be specified when creating alerts though the API?

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Hi, is it possible to specify a timestamp when creating an alert?  The approximate alert time is provided throughout the interface, but this appears to be driven by the alert API creation time.  Ideally we'd like to use our own time which corresponds to the precise moment that the error actually occurred to avoid confusion with other sources such as Grafana. 

Thanks! time_example.png

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John M Atlassian Team Jul 15, 2022

Hi Andy,

Unfortunately, there is no way to specify your own timestamp when creating an alert. The alert creation time is specific to when the alert was created in Opsgenie and can't be changed. 

Thanks for the clarification John.  It might be a useful feature to add as more people work with timeseries data where this is a common practice.

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