This article will guide you through the process of configuring organization-wide settings for event alerts in Swif. By following these steps, you will be able to set up triggers and receive alerts based on specific events. Let's get started!
Step 1: Accessing Settings
To begin, navigate to the settings section in Swifteam.
Step 2: Accessing Notifications
Next, locate and select the notifications option.
Step 3: Advanced Filters and Setup Triggers
Within the notifications menu, find the advanced filters section and click on "setup triggers".
Step 4: Choosing an Event
Now, you can choose the event for which you want to set up a trigger. For example, let's select "battery health" as the event.
Step 5: Setting the criteria
Let's set the trigger to alert when the Battery Health equals "check battery".
Step 6: Adding the Trigger
Once you have configured the trigger, click on "add trigger" to save it. You will see the trigger added in the notification section.
Step 7: Adding More Triggers
If you want to add more triggers, you can repeat the process. For example, let's add a trigger for "insufficient disk space".
Step 8: Setting the Value
Choose an appropriate comparison operator, such as "less than or equals to", and enter the desired value in percentage.
Step 9: Viewing Alerts
To view alerts based on the triggers you have set, go to the dashboard. The "requires attention" section will display all the alerts you receive.
Congratulations! You have successfully configured organization-wide settings for event alerts in Swif. By following these steps, you can set up triggers, receive alerts, and manage them as needed. With this, you can receive notifications whenever battery health or disk memory meets the trigger criteria.