I'm trying to configure a StatusPage page with type Audience-specific page to send webhooks according to incident or maintenance updates on specific components.
I have successfully configured such webhooks for a Private page: I receive the webhooks, everything is fine.
But as soon as I change the page type to Audience-specific page the Subscribers menu from the left disappear and is replaced by the Audience menu. Even if I activate webhooks from the Audience -> Subscriber settings configuration panel, the menu do not appear.
Did I miss something regarding webhooks?
Thanks in advance for your support.
Ok, I finally found out a working workflow, but I am not sure this is the most appropriate.
With page type as Audience-specific, you need to:
So the difference is that rather declaring a webhooks directly, one need to create an account and perform additional actions. Not sure this is really relevant.
May I miss an easier / cleaner way?
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