Most of the work needs to be done in the Microsoft Teams application, so head over to your channel to get started.
Once you are in Microsoft Teams, type in the search bar "Incoming webhook" and click on the only result that appears called Incoming Webhook.
The Incoming Webhook screen will appear and it will look something like the picture below:
Click ADD TO A TEAM, then select the channel name we want to integrate with.
Once you have picked the appropriate channel click on SET UP A CONNECTOR located in the bottom right of the screen. You then need to create a name to this incoming webhook and select the CREATE button. You can upload an image and associate it with the webhook if you prefer, but this is not required.
Once you create this webhook, you will receive a URL that is specific to the webhook you just created. You will need this, so copy it and head over to StatusCast administrative portal to complete the process.
Once you are in your administrative portal, navigate to INTEGRATIONS and select INSTALL on the Microsoft Teams integration card.
Paste the webhook URL you received in Microsoft Teams in the Web Hook URL input, like the picture below:
Congratulations! You have completed the integration between StatusCast and Microsoft Teams. Now as you create incidents, notifications will begin to appear in your desired Microsoft Teams channel.