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Publish Whoisoncall schedule

Is there a way to publish Who is on call Schedule from Opsgenie to a publically available resource like Confluence. Where other team members can actually see the schedule and contact the concerned person if they have any issue ?

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Samir Atlassian Team Jun 09, 2020

Hi @myadav - There are 2 options for "exporting" schedules from Opsgenie. You can either download the .ics file, or subscribe to the webcal link of the on-call schedule. I'm not sure if Confluence has an option of subscribing to a webcal link like you can on Google Calendar, or Outlook for example. But those are currently the 2 ways of accessing opsgenie on-call schedules outside of Opsgenie.

Those options are discussed here: https://docs.opsgenie.com/docs/your-on-call-schedule#how-to-export-on-call-schedules

 

We also have a feature request to be able to "sync" Confluence calendars with Opsgenie on-call schedules, so hopefully more functionality will be available between the 2 in the future.

 

Thanks,

Samir

Thanks we are using opsgenie bot in slack to see who is on call. I wanted to create a dynamic webpage or something where the developers can actually see who is on call from the operations team and accordingly coordinate with them.

Hey @myadav

thanks for asking this question, I have been trying to find a way to automate the execution '/genie whoisoncall <schedule_name>', came here as I started to wonder if opsgenie could push that info to slack instead of slack pulling from opsgenie. Would be interested to know how you solved this.

 

Hey @Samir 

Looks like there isn't a way a currently to push whoisoncall information, but would be great if opsgenie could support posting to a webhook whenever there is a change in the schedule.

Thanks,

Praveen

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Any update on this? You would think that you'd be able embed a schedule since they are both Atlassian products.

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