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First of all a merry Christmas.
I would appreciate, if we could get Alerts Manager with some new functionalities.
1. Bringing alerts outside the system – with push Message Notifier to email / Webhook / APIbridge, so that it can be integrated.
2. Alerts to pop up and give signals when they arrive in the system, if for example, we set it in watchlist.
THanks and best regards
The long term goal is for us to move Alerts to the server. Once that happens, an API is appropriate. While they are in Optuma, that is not something we can do.
All the best
Sure. what about seperating into two parts. Server side and non-serverside. The non-serverside could come first. for example, whenever TA conditions are met, we get alerts which are set in watchlist. So if the alerts happened before the local machine was on – showing alert got triggered and if it happens while local machine is on – then on the spot alert in the local machine.
thanks and best regards
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