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Downtime Alert + Microsoft To-Do Integrations

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About Downtime Alert

'Down Time Alert' is our own website monitoring service that watches your website 24/7/365 and notifies you whenever your website goes down.

About Microsoft To-Do

Microsoft To Do is the task management app that makes it easy to stay organized and manage your life. It's simple, smart, and a whole new way to get work done in less time.

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  • Downtime Alert Twilio

    Downtime Alert + Twilio

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    Always keep your website up and running by connecting it with Appy Pie Connect. Once established, this Connect will never let your website go down. While setting up this Connect, you’ll need to add a phone number on which you want to receive SMS alert. Once successfully set up, Appy Pie Connect sends an SMS alert to specified contact when your website is down.This way, you can keep close eye on your business’ website ensuring your business keep growing.
    How This Automation Works
    • When your website goes down
    • Appy Pie Connect sends an SMS alert to specified contact via Twilio
    What is Needed for this Integration
    • An Appy Pie Connect Account
    • A Twilio Account
  • Downtime Alert Twilio

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Connect Downtime Alert + Microsoft To-Do in easier way

It's easy to connect Downtime Alert + Microsoft To-Do without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • Website Down

    Trigger whenever your website is down.

  • New List

    Triggers when a new list is created.

  • New Task

    Triggers when a new task is created.

  • Updated Task

    Triggers when any task is update.

    Actions
  • Create List

    Creates a new list.

  • Create Task

    Creates a new task

How Downtime Alert & Microsoft To-Do Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Downtime Alert as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate Downtime Alert with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Microsoft To-Do as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Microsoft To-Do with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Downtime Alert and Microsoft To-Do

Downtime Alert?

Downtime Alert is a Microsoft To-Do app developed by the Microsoft team to help user to remain productive all day and track their work schedule. It helps you to set reminders and due dates to your tasks that will be highlighted in real time, based on the calendar, which allows you to be more productive. This app comes with an intelligent scheduler that helps user plan their work schedule, so user can get reminded about their tasks on time for better productivity.

Microsoft To-Do?

Microsoft To-Do is a task management app designed to help user manage their daily tasks in a very easy way. It offers a simple task management structure with some key features that are helpful for an easy task management process. You can set due dates to your daily tasks, add notes to those tasks, and also set reminders using this app. It keeps tracks of your progress towards your goals and also helps you sync your tasks across all devices, so you can view them from any device. The app is also available on Android, iOS, and web.

Integration of Downtime Alert and Microsoft To-Do

Downtime Alert can integrate with Microsoft To-Do for more efficient task management process. Integration of Downtime Alert and To-Do will help user forget less important tasks and stay focused on the special ones. This integration can be done using different methods, including the fplowing two ways:

  • Using Microsoft To-Do Add-in for Outlook & Office 365.
  • Using Microsoft To-Do Webhook.

Using the above two methods, you can integrate Downtime Alert with Microsoft To-Do and sync your tasks automatically using these two methods. Both methods allow you to sync tasks between your desktop and mobile devices, so you can access them from anywhere. However, there are some differences between these two methods that you need to consider before choosing one of them.

  • Using Microsoft To-Do Add-in for Outlook & Office 365

This method allows you to sync tasks automatically between Outlook and Microsoft To-Do with no additional effort on your part. In order to use this method, you need Outlook 2016 or later installed on your desktop/laptop computer and you need an Office 365 account for the same purpose. If you want to use this method, then create a new group in Outlook called “Tasks”, so all your tasks will be synced into this fpder automatically. Then install the Microsoft To-Do Add-in for Outlook & Office 365 on your desktop, so it will sync your Outlook tasks with Microsoft To-Do. Finally, use this application on your phone or tablet to view all the tasks you have created in Outlook using the above method and keep track of them from any device once they are synced.

  • Using Microsoft To-Do Webhook

This is another method that can be used to link Downtime Alert with Microsoft To-Do. If you want to use this method, then visit the Microsoft To-Do developer site and create a new project using it. Once you have created a new project, create a new button in the header section and select “Webhooks” option as its type. Now click “Create webhook” button located in the right side of that header section. After creating a new webhook button, fill in the form with fplowing details:

  • Name – Choose any name for this webhook (for example, “Downtime Alert”.
  • Application ID – Fill in the application ID value here that you got from the Downtime Alert dashboard (for example, “i2x4caf9f4d3d8a5”. Also use https://www.downtimealert.com domain name as its host address (for example, https://www.downtimealert.com/api/webhook/.
  • URL – Fill in the URL value here that points to the fplowing path. http://localhost:8000/api/webhook/ (for example, http://localhost:8000/api/webhook/. and make sure that port number 8000 is used in this URL value (for example, http://localhost:8000/api/webhook/.
  • Content Type – Choose “application/json” as its content type value here (for example, application/json. This is necessary because the data coming into this webhook is in JSON format. Thus, this field must contain “application/json” value here (for example, application/json.
  • Click “Create webhook” button after filling in all of the above fields properly. Your webhook will be created successfully after completing all of these steps properly. Now go back to that webhook page from where you opened it a moment ago and choose “API Keys” option as its tab at the top left corner of that page. A new window will open up right away when you choose this option and it will show your API key here (for example, a14b46e6-8cb6-47fd-b353-e0aaadce38a0. Make note of this key because we will need it in our Downtime Alert dashboard later on. Go back to the main page of that webhook page by clicking “Home” link available at the top left corner of that window and fill in the fplowing details here:
  • Name – Write any name for this webhook (for example, “Downtime Alert”. Also use https://www.downtimealert.com domain name as its host address (for example, https://www.downtimealert.com/api/webhook/. and make sure that port number 8000 is used in this URL value (for example, https://www.downtimealert.com/api/webhook/.
  • Type – Choose “POST” option as its type value here (for example, POST. This is necessary because the data coming into this webhook is sent via HTTP POST request method in JSON format. Thus, this field must contain “POST” value here (for example, POST.
  • Content – Fill in the “Content Key” value obtained from that key page of that webhook page obtained earlier on (for example, a14b46e6-8cb6-47fd-b353-e0aaadce38a0. This is necessary because only this key can be used to authenticate requests made by your application. Thus, if any other key is used in here instead of this key (obtained from that key page), then it will result in a 401 Unauthorized status code being returned by our server while processing such requests. In other words, if any other key is used instead of this key obtained from that key page while filling in here then authentication will fail resulting in a 401 Unauthorized status code being returned by our server while processing such requests. Thus, make sure that only this key is used while filling in here; otherwise authentication will fail resulting in a 401 Unauthorized status code being returned by our server while processing such requests. Also make sure that no other characters are present before or after this key while filling it in here; otherwise authentication will fail resulting in a 401 Unauthorized status code being returned by our server while processing such requests. We have seen situations where users added spaces at the beginning or end of this key while filling it in here; thus causing authentication to fail resulting in a 401 Unauthorized status code being returned by our server while processing such requests. Thus, make sure that only correct characters are present before or after this key while filling it in here; otherwise authentication will fail resulting in a 401 Unauthorized status code being returned by our server while processing such requests. Currently we support “application/json” data format only for data coming into this webhook; thus make sure that only JSON data format is used while filling it in here; otherwise authentication will fail resulting in an invalid content type error status code being returned by our server while processing such requests. Our server currently supports fplowing data formats for data coming into this webhook. JSON only (application/json), XML only (text/xml), JSON + XML (application/json + text/xml), JSON + XML + Text (application/json + text/xml + text/plain), JSON
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