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How to create an alert filter based on the text within an alert's description?

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I'm having trouble filtering alerts that use the Slack integration. In this case I would only like alerts containing "This is a test" in their description field to use a Slack integration. Below is the filter I have applied to my Slack integration.

Screenshot 2022-12-12 112901.png

I've also checked and confirmed that alerts contain "This is a test" in the description field by going to  OpsGenie > Settings > Logs.

Any help would be much appreciated.

Thanks :)

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Nick H Atlassian Team Dec 11, 2022

Hi @Issy Pearson ,

Maybe try filtering with regex using one of these values:

.*(This is a test).*

(?i).*(This is a test).*

The second would be case insensitive.

 slack1.jpg

 

I typically use regex101 to validate if an expression will work.

@Nick H Yep that works thank you! I shall definitely have to brush up on my regex.

 

Cheers,

Issy

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