The FireHydrant Microsoft Teams bot allows you to run a limited number of commands from Teams. This page assumes you've already configured Microsoft Teams.
All commands must first mention the FireHydrant bot,
Authorize FireHydrant in your MS Teams account so that you can start creating and managing incidents. This requires creating an API key.
Disconnect FireHydrant from your MS Teams account by removing the API key.
To fully remove the MS Teams Bot from your workspace, you must uninstall the plugin.
@FireHydrant set workspace
Sets which workspace FireHydrant posts to. Copy the link to the team whose workspace you want to post to and paste it into this command.
Currently, FireHydrant can only support posting and creating channels in a single Team/Workspace at a time.
Declare a new FireHydrant incident from your Teams channel.
At this time, we only support declaring an incident with a name from MS Teams. Other details will need to be edited in-app by clicking on "View Incident Details", which will take you to the Command Center.
@FireHydrant add note
Adds a note/update to the incident. This will be tracked in the timeline.
Close a FireHydrant incident from your incident channel.
Updated about 1 month ago