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We have a couple of components listed under component groups, but in case of an issue with an unlisted component, we add said component and set it to a degraded status.
An example of how our setup looks like:
- Vehicles ( component group)
- Buses - Operational
- Cars - Operational
- Trucks - Operational
- House - Operational
- Flat - Operational
User 1 is subscribed via email to the Vehicles component group only
User 2 is subscribed via email to both component groups
We add a new component under Vehicles - called Bicycles - and set it to Under Maintenance.
Will both users receive an email notification that Bicycles component is Under Maintenance?
I wanted to test this myself, but for some reason, our internal site does not send notifications for component status changes, notifications seem to only work for incidents.
Hi @Erhard Czving ,
Happy to help!
This article may help clarify what triggers notifications from Statuspage https://support.atlassian.com/statuspage/docs/notification-event-triggers/, as you pointed out, email notifications are not triggered for Component status changes, only Incidents associated with them. So if you were to generate an Incident for that component under "Maintenance" or similar, users would get a notification regarding that. But adding components and changing the status without an associated Incident will not send them a notification. But in the event of an Incident on Bicycles, both users would receive email notifications.
Please let me know if you have any follow up questions