Hi @dipro, thank you for explaining this. When building integrations you sometimes needs to warn the user. In my case integrations will be free for an x amount of days and I want to send a warning whenever the integration is used that it is about to expire. Currently I am sending a notification, but as the user is also the owner of the token this is a notification to self :). It kind of works (notification is received) but when trying to open the notification it will disappear (except when you have windows notifications enabled).
The other important use case is when the backend server serving the notification is down. Of course I can’t do the from the backend (as it is down ) so it would be great if the monday platform issues a warning. Currently wehn the server serving the backend is down nothing will happen an nobody knows what the cause is.
Many thanks for considering:
- Issue a warning from the platform when the backend server is not reachable AND (as an extra) issue a warning if the backend server return 401
- Expose this warning system to the API