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I'm having an issue with Opsgenie on Android.
When an incident happens and an alert is created, my phone starts ringing. This is expected.
However, if I acknowledge the alert in the web interface or via a chatbot, my phone continues ringing. This is very annoying because I don't have my phone at my desk all the time.
The same thing happens when the alert is closed. The phone continues ringing.
I expect my phone to stop ringing if I acknowledge or close the alert.
How can I fix this?
Hi @Bostjan Planko ,
I would suggest reviewing the alert's Activity log tab to see if you are continuously being notified after the alert is ack'd through your New Alert notification rule, or other rules.
If the alert is being ack'd / closed within Slack or another chatbot, then it would be expected behavior that you are notified when this happens. Recipients of an alert would be notified if another user / source ack'd or closed the alert. For example:
1 - Alert notified me through my New Alert notification rule
2 - I ack'd the alert
3 - Alert was closed via Slack
4 - I was notified through my Close Alert notification rule since I was not the one closing the alert in the web or mobile app
no, no "close" notifications are sent to our phones. Only our monitoring system and chat.
You can see in the example below, that alert was sent to and received by my phone. Then after the problem was acknowledged and closed a few minutes later, my phone was still ringing. It wasn't until I opened Opsgenie app on the phone and opened that alert, that my phone stopped ringing.
Should an acknowledgment and close action be sent to the phone?