Cutover now offers an integration that allows you to post messages directly to Microsoft Teams from Cutover.
How does the MS Teams integration work?
You can use this integration to seamlessly update colleagues on the status and progress of runbooks, without them needing to go into Cutover to see what's happening. To do this, simply select the MS Teams specific task type that is associated with sending a Teams message. This message can be viewed in the details of the task.
When the task is started, the status of the message being sent can be seen.
Here's what the message will look like when firing
When the message has been sent successfully, you will see this noted in green
You can send messages to any channel of your choice to keep your teams informed on the latest progress in Cutover.In a simple step, you can greatly enhance the transparency of your critical work by getting information and updates without needing to leave Teams!
Watch Yichen provide a brief overview of the Microsoft Teams integration
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What is the architecture? Cutover will send a message directly to your Microsoft Team channel using a Webhook URL
Can the Microsoft Teams integration send to multiple channels? Yes, in order to send to multiple channels, you need to create a task per channel.
Does this integration run in rehearsal? This integration does not run in rehearsal by default
What are the states of the MS Teams integration? A task associated with a Teams channel has three states:
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