# Microsoft Teams Notifications Channel for Laravel

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This package makes it easy to send notifications using Microsoft Teams with Laravel 5.5+, 6.x, 7.x and 8.x

return MicrosoftTeamsMessage::create()
    ->to(config('services.teams.sales_url'))
    ->type('success')
    ->title('Subscription Created')
    ->content('Yey, you got a **new subscription**. Maybe you want to contact him if he needs any support?')
    ->button('Check User', 'https://foo.bar/users/123');

# Contents

# Installation

You can install the package via composer:

composer require laravel-notification-channels/microsoft-teams

Next, if you're using Laravel without auto-discovery, add the service provider to config/app.php:

'providers' => [
    // ...
    NotificationChannels\MicrosoftTeams\MicrosoftTeamsServiceProvider::class,
],

# Setting up the Connector

Please check out this for setting up and adding a webhook connector to your Team's channel. Basic Markdown is supported, please also check out the message card reference article which goes in more detail about the do's and don'ts.

# Setting up the MicrosoftTeams service

Then, configure your webhook url:

Add the following code to your config/services.php:

// config/services.php
...
'teams' => [
    'webhook_url' => env('TEAMS_WEBHOOK_URL'),
],
...

You can also add multiple webhooks if you have multiple teams or channels, it's up to you.

// config/services.php
...
'teams' => [
    'sales_url' => env('TEAMS_SALES_WEBHOOK_URL'),
    'dev_url' => env('TEAMS_DEV_WEBHOOK_URL'),
],
...

# Usage

Now you can use the channel in your via() method inside the notification:

use Illuminate\Notifications\Notification;
use NotificationChannels\MicrosoftTeams\MicrosoftTeamsChannel;
use NotificationChannels\MicrosoftTeams\MicrosoftTeamsMessage;

class SubscriptionCreated extends Notification
{
    public function via($notifiable)
    {
        return [MicrosoftTeamsChannel::class];
    }

    public function toMicrosoftTeams($notifiable)
    {
        return MicrosoftTeamsMessage::create()
            ->to(config('services.teams.sales_url'))
            ->type('success')
            ->title('Subscription Created')
            ->content('Yey, you got a **new subscription**. Maybe you want to contact him if he needs any support?')
            ->button('Check User', 'https://foo.bar/users/123');
    }
}

Instead of adding the to($url) method for the recipient you can also add the routeNotificationForMicrosoftTeams method inside your Notifiable model. This method needs to return the webhook url.

public function routeNotificationForMicrosoftTeams(Notification $notification)
{
    return config('services.teams.sales_url')
}

# Available Message methods

  • to(string $webhookUrl): Recipient's webhook url.
  • title(string $title): Title of the message.
  • summary(string $summary): Summary of the message.
  • type(string $type): Type which is used as theme color (any valid hex code or one of: primary|secondary|accent|error|info|success|warning).
  • content(string $content): Content of the message (Markdown supported).
  • button(string $text, string $url = '', array $params = []): Text and url of a button. Wrapper for an potential action.
  • action(string $text, $type = 'OpenUri', array $params = []): Text and type for a potential action. Further params can be added depending on the action. For more infos about different types check out this link.
  • options(array $options, $sectionId = null): Add additional options to pass to the message payload object.

# Sections

It is possible to define one or many sections inside a message card. The following methods can be used within a section

  • addStartGroupToSection($sectionId = 'standard_section'): Add a startGroup property which marks the start of a logical group of information.
  • activity(string $activityImage = '', string $activityTitle = '', string $activitySubtitle = '', string $activityText = '', $sectionId = 'standard_section'): Add an activity to a section.
  • fact(string $name, string $value, $sectionId = 'standard_section'): Add a fact to a section (Supports Markdown).
  • image(string $imageUri, string $title = '', $sectionId = 'standard_section'): Add an image to a section.
  • heroImage(string $imageUri, string $title = '', $sectionId = 'standard_section'): Add a hero image to a section.

Additionally the title, content, button and action can be also added to a section through the optional params value:

  • title(string $title, array $params = ['section' => 'my-section']): Title of the message and add it to my-section.
  • content(string $content, array $params = ['section' => 'my-section']): Content of the message and add it to my-section (Markdown supported).
  • button(string $text, string $url = '', array $params = ['section' => 'my-section']): Text and url of a button and add it to my-section.
  • action(string $text, $type = 'OpenUri', array $params = ['section' => 'my-section']): Text and type of an potential action and add it to my-section.

# Changelog

Please see CHANGELOG for more information what has changed recently.

# Testing

$ composer test

# Security

If you discover any security related issues, please email tobias.madner@gmx.at instead of using the issue tracker.

# Contributing

Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.

# Credits

# License

The MIT License (MIT). Please see License File for more information.