How to configure notifications via Discord

The Elven Works platform integrates with all the most popular
internal communication tools in the market, such as Slack, Telegram,
Google Chat, SMS, WhatsApp, and Discord.

To configure Discord notifications, you can set them up for any channel on a server. Follow the instructions below to set it up:

  1. Click on “Teams” in the side menu. If you want to create a new team,
    click on the “New” button in the top right corner of the screen and
    follow the steps.

  2. For teams that are already registered, access the desired team and click on the “Notifications” tab in the top bar.

  3. Check the checkbox next to the option with the Discord icon, and then click on “Integration instructions.”

 A message box will pop-up with the instructions that need to be executed in the Discord application. 

With the Discord application open and logged in, select the server
where you want to receive notifications in case of incidents.
Right-click on the server’s icon, go to “Server Settings,” and then
click on “Integrations.”

 

Click on “Webhooks” and create a new webhook to use in the
integration. Configure your webhook with an image, a name, and select
the channel where you want to receive notifications. Copy the webhook
URL and go back to the platform page you were configuring. Paste the
webhook URL in the “Webhook URL” field.

After copying and pasting the URL, click on “Save” to finish the configuration. 

 

Observation:

The discord API has a limit of 30 messages per minute according to the documentation. 

The Elven Works platform integrates with all the most popular
internal communication tools in the market, such as Slack, Telegram,
Google Chat, SMS, WhatsApp, and Discord.

To configure Discord notifications, you can set them up for any channel on a server. Follow the instructions below to set it up:

  1. Click on “Teams” in the side menu. If you want to create a new team,
    click on the “New” button in the top right corner of the screen and
    follow the steps.

  2. For teams that are already registered, access the desired team and click on the “Notifications” tab in the top bar.

  3. Check the checkbox next to the option with the Discord icon, and then click on “Integration instructions.”

 A message box will pop-up with the instructions that need to be executed in the Discord application. 

With the Discord application open and logged in, select the server
where you want to receive notifications in case of incidents.
Right-click on the server’s icon, go to “Server Settings,” and then
click on “Integrations.”

 

Click on “Webhooks” and create a new webhook to use in the
integration. Configure your webhook with an image, a name, and select
the channel where you want to receive notifications. Copy the webhook
URL and go back to the platform page you were configuring. Paste the
webhook URL in the “Webhook URL” field.