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Enabling webhooks for audience specific page

François Uhl January 25, 2021


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.

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François Uhl January 27, 2021

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:

  1. add a user (Audience > Users > Add User),
  2. set the subscription settings (Audience > Subscriber settings) and check "Allow users to be auto-subscribed to every incident",
  3. then go to the actual StatusPage (View status page),
  4. hit Subscribe to Updates,
  5. Enter your webhooks settings

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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