This article describes all the commands available in our integration with MS Teams.
Note: All commands must first mention the FireHydrant bot, @FireHydrant
Set up FireHydrant on your MS Teams account so that you can start creating and managing incidents
Remove FireHydrant from your MS Teams account
Declare a new FireHydrant incident from your Teams channel
Adds a note to the incident
One way to think of notes is as pieces of information that are more important than normal chat messages. You can search a FireHydrant incident timeline and filter specifically by the content in a note (or notes) as opposed to typical chat messages. Adding a note gives you the option to publish the note to your status pages, but you aren't able to modify component statuses or milestones like you can with the update command.
Close a FireHydrant incident from your incident channel