Webhooks for Microsoft Teams

Learn how to create a webhook in CoreStack and integrate it with Microsoft Teams to send alert notifications to a specified Teams group.


A webhook is a lightweight API that powers one-way data sharing triggered by certain events in a software application. They enable applications to share data and functionality with optimized use of server resources. Whenever an event occurs, a webhook allows the application to push data from the triggering event to another application in order to perform an action — such as sending an email notification/alert to a set of users.

This document will provide information on how to integrate CoreStack with Microsoft Teams using webhooks.


  1. Create a group on Microsoft Teams for receiving alert notifications.
  2. Assign members to the group accordingly.

Configuring the webhook

Login to Microsoft Teams and select the group you just created (to which the alert notifications will be sent).


Once the group is selected, click the ... option next to the group name and select the option "Get link to team."


Copy the link displayed in the field.


Next, login to CoreStack and navigate to Account Governance. Then choose the account for which the notification needs to be triggered. Under the Action column, select View to open the drop-down menu, then select "View Settings."


Once the "View Settings" option is selected, go to the the "Notification Settings" tab and paste the link copied from Teams under the "Microsoft Teams Webhook" tab, then click on the Finish button.


After the configuration is successfully saved, CoreStack will now trigger notifications for any alerts and send them to the specified group in Microsoft Teams.


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