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Notifications can be sent to users via multiple mediums. By default, the global email configuration will be used.

Generic Webhook

This will send a POST request to the given URL with the following contents:

"body": "body of the notification message",
"severity": "severity level as configured in the trigger",
// User that the notification was created for, i.e. a member of the group selected in the rule
"user_email": "notification user's email",
"user_username": "notification user's username",
// User that created the event
"event_user_email": "event user's email",
"event_user_username": "event user's username"

The Content-Type header is set to text/json.

Starting in 2021.9, you can also select a Notification mapping. This allows you to freely configure the request's payload. For example:

return {
"foo": context['notification'].body,

Slack Webhook

This sends a request using the Slack-specific format. This is also compatible with Discord's webhooks by appending /slack to the Discord webhook URL.