Notification channels are Slack channels that you can send issue-related events to.
An example of a static notification channel.
An example of an interactive notification channel.
The GitHub repository to trigger events from.
This is for
Labels to include
The notification channel filter will only match on issues that include all of these labels. If left blank, it will match on any issue.
Labels to exclude
The notification channel filter will not match on issues that include any of these labels. If left blank, it will match on any issue.
Keep a log of your team's wins by creating a
The notifications that Fabric sends when an issue is closed.
The settings for #feed-closed-issues
Create an Interactive notification channel called
#feed-oss-issues. Maybe mute the channel. Once a day or once a week, check the channel, and go through and comment, close, label. If you're not currently accepting feature requests, exclude the
An issue submitted from a GitHub user to one of our open source projects. We triaged and closed out.
Staticchannels let you specify certain events to send:
closed issues, or
Interaction notification channels are meant for workflows.
The interactive notification when it first comes in.
The interactive notification once it's been triaged.
You can find your Notifications page in your Fabric Dashboard in Slack.
To get to your Fabric Dashboard, click
Appsin your Slack sidebar.
If you don't see
Fabricthere, search for
Fabricin your Slack search bar, and then click on the
Find Fabric in the Slack sidebar or search for it in the Fabric search bar.
Your team's notification channels, click
Add notification channel.