Notify App Center Crashes To Microsoft Teams Channel

Notify App Center Crashes To Microsoft Teams Channel

You can notify the app center crashes to Microsoft Teams Channel when a new crash group is created. App Center allows continuous build, release, test, and monitor of our cross-platform applications. Monitor, Analyze, and Resolving the crashes proactively is key for any products. There are several ways to notify the crash logs for new crash groups in App Center, such as Email or Directly log bugs in Azure DevOps. Along with all these, You can also post a message to your developer’s team channel by just creating an incoming Webhook for Microsoft Team.

Notify App Center Crashes To Microsoft Teams Channel

Let us implemented it in two steps, first one configuring the Microsoft Teams, and the Configuring the App Center.

Configuring Microsoft Teams

To start with, Go to Microsoft Teams, Click on Apps and navigate to Connector and then select “Incoming Webhook

In the next step, select the Team and the Channel where you want to post the message.

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Click on “Set up connector” .

In the next screen you need to provide the name for the web hook, and then upload an image (optional) for your app representation in the team.

Click on “Create“. This will generate the Webhook URL for the Team, which will be used to call back and post a message back to Microsoft Teams.

Copy the URL. and done !

At this point of time, if you go back and check your Teams Channel, you will find a message that one Webhook has been created.

That’s all from here.

Configuring App Center

Open the App Center, and Navigate to your App, and Open the Settings. and Choose the “Webhooks” option.

Click on the “pencil” icon next to the webhooks and it will show list of all existing webhooks, also will add a new.

Click on the “+” icon to create a New webhook.

The new webhook window will ask for the Name, URL ( Paste the URL generated from Microsoft Teams), and choose which event you want to trigger the Webhook. In this case, we will choose “Crashes – When a new crash group is created

Finally, Click on “Create Webhook“. That’s it.

Click on the “Test” option to see your webhook is working fine or.

Once test is successfuly, you will find following messages in Microsoft Team channel

That’s ensure, your Webbook setup completed successfully.

Now, for any new crash group, your team will be notified in the teams channel !

Hope this helps !

Abhijit Jana

Abhijit runs the Daily .NET Tips. He started this site with a vision to have a single knowledge base of .NET tips and tricks and share post that can quickly help any developers . He is a Former Microsoft ASP.NET MVP, CodeProject MVP, Mentor, Speaker, Author, Technology Evangelist and presently working as a .NET Consultant. He blogs at , you can follow him @AbhijitJana . He is the author of book Kinect for Windows SDK Programming Guide.