'Down Time Alert' is our own website monitoring service that watches your website 24/7/365 and notifies you whenever your website goes down.
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Trigger whenever your website is down.
Trigger every time a new chat is created.
Trigger every time a new chat message is created.
Trigger every time a new meeting is created.
Triggers when a new message is posted to a specific #channel you choose.
Trigger every time a new team is created.
Trigger every time a new user is added in the group's user list.
Add new member in a group.
Creates a new channel.
Creates a new chat.
Create a meeting
Delete an user from an Ms Team group.
Post a new message to a channel you choice.
Send Chat Message.
Downtime Alert is a service that provides information about the status of all your Microsoft Office 365 tenants. Downtime Alert gives you a clear overview of all your connected objects in your tenant, including:
Active Directory Domain Services
Microsoft Exchange Online
Microsoft Skype for Business Online
Microsoft OneDrive for Business
Microsoft SharePoint Online
Microsoft Teams (new in 2018)
Downtime Alert alerts you if any of these services encounter issues or go offline. Downtime Alert enables you to get in touch with the customer support team in case of any issue. The service also allows you to get detailed information about the recent status changes and about the previous incidents. This information helps you to be updated about the real-time status of your tenants. Some of the features of Downtime Alert are:
Provides information about the status of all services in your tenant.
Alerts you when a service goes offline.
Shows full details for each incident.
Provides a view of the history of incidents for each service.
Provides an overview of uptime and downtime for each service.
Allows you to create incidents automatically when specific events occur. For example, your mailboxes might go offline when there is a problem with the email server. You can configure Downtime Alert so that it sends you an alert when this happens.
The integration between Downtime Alert and Microsoft Teams improves the experience for end users in your organization. Here are some of the benefits:
End users receive alerts via Microsoft Teams when a service goes offline. They can also see all incidents related to a service from within Microsoft Teams. This is useful because end users do not have to check multiple places for status updates about their services. All incidents related to a service are visible in one place, which is Microsoft Teams. This helps end users to stay better informed about serious issues that might affect their ability to work. It also enables them to ask questions directly to the team who can respve the issue more quickly. The integration of Microsoft Teams and Downtime Alert enables teams to spve problems faster. Users can chat with support team members directly through a single message conversation on Microsoft Teams. They do not have to go through multiple channels to report problems or seek help for incidents. As soon as an incident occurs, the support team member receives an alert via Microsoft Teams and can respve the issue faster by chatting directly with the end user who reported the incident. For example, if an end user reports an issue with their shared mailbox, they receive a notification via Microsoft Teams as soon as the incident occurs. Now they can ask questions and report information about the incident right from within the same conversation window. The end user does not have to report this incident twice or switch between different tabs to communicate with different people about the issue. The end user and support team member can now easily communicate to respve the issue as quickly as possible. Support team members don’t need to remember which end users have reported problems in these specific situations. They can find out which end users have reported issues with shared mailboxes by performing a search for incidents related to shared mailboxes. They can then add these end users to conversations so that everyone stays up-to-date about what’s happening and what they should do next. End users can also use this functionality to seek help from support team members when needed without having to know which people to contact.
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