"Integrations" section

A new integration section has been added to the user menu, where you can add connections to and ClickSend services.
This will give you the ability to allow users to subscribe to the channel only with a phone number.

ClickSend (SMS) subscription
ClickSend (Voice call) subscription

Allows you to receive a call with a voice message.

Microsoft Teams subscription (private message only)
Added support for sending files and images for Skype
Zabbix source
Host-Tracker source
RSS Feed subscription
Atom Feed subscription
Prometheus Exporter subscription
Channel groups

Allows you to group your channels for future filtering, applying group actions and to mark API-created groups.

Translation of the service into English.
Discord subscription
XMPP subscription / Jabber
Chat actions

From now on, the source developing panel allows you to implement the "action buttons" that will be displayed in the subscriber’s chat, if this type of subscriber supports it. At the moment, the buttons allow two types of reactions to user actions:
- Synchronous call to the remote address specified in the "action" configuration (the URL is called from the context of the service, not the user);
- Asynchronous check of the "action" applying status (when creating a chat message, the identifier is passed to the source-service, and then you can use it to get the name of the applied action)
Currently, only one action per message is allowed.

Levels and priority of messages

Now you can define priority for each source (highest, high, normal, low, lowest) and set the level for messages (detailed, info, notification, warning, error). Also now you can choose which messages you want to get for each specific target when subscribing. For example, you can set that you want to receive only high-level messages via SMS and use e-mail for the rest.

E-Mail subscription
SMS subscription (

You can easily start getting a free(!) SMS notifications, all you need to do is sign up on service, and pass through a simple integration. More details

Web-push subscription in your browser
Public source catalog

Now anyone can adapt the message format, features and other parameters of which message will be sent to a particular subscriber. There are four options by which subscribers are divided:
- Long text admissibility (in some subscribers (like SMS) long text may come with increased payment or other restrictions);
- Formatting admissibility (using the tags <b> (bold), <i> (italic) and <a> (link) you can set the basic design for those subscribers who support it);
- Admissibility of attached images (the ability to display the image in the subscriber’s chat);
- Admissibility of attached files (the ability to send the file to subscriber’s chat);
Based on these options, you can decide how the message will look for the specified recipient.
The source editor supports flexible customization for various message formats. Whether it's RPC-JSON, XML-SOAP, or a simple POST request with attached files - you can easily convert it to a message. The message itself and data manipulation are organized by the TWIG template, which means that you do not need high development skills to use it.

Cloning Sources
The second birthday of the service
Files and Images transfer

Now you can easily get a picture of the doorbell caller or a picture of your server load graph. For recipients who support attachments it works out of the box. And of course we have a fallback link to the attachment for the rest recipients.

Skype subscription
Viber subscription
Telegram subscription
Slack subscription
VK subscription