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Hi @Marcel Maas ,
I was able to get this use case working through a notification policy, and a regex expression like:
The notification policy above would delay/suppress alerts that contain anything in the message field with numbers greater than 2 digits. Here are a few tests I ran as well:
The first test, #2042, suppressed notifications for 10%. The second test, #2046, notified the on-call user for 5%.
Notification policies are only available on the Standard and Enterprise plans. So if your subscription does not provide this functionality, I suppose you could use a routing rule that sends these alerts to No-one:
I receive serveral messages to my team channel and expect more rules so it should only trigger when the message start with Current Incoming ASR <=10%
The could also be a message e.q. Current Outgoing ASR 9% and the regex should not trigger on that one and go to the escalation schedule
You can add multiple conditions to the filter to meet your use case. The regex shared above is only filtering on the numerical value. You can add another condition to filter on "Current Incoming," "Current Outgoing," etc. - again - whatever your use case is: