The Slack Notification Service in Buildkite lets you receive notifications about your builds and jobs in your Slack workspace.
Configuring a Slack notification service will authorize access for your desired channel. By default, notifications will be sent to all configured Slack channels.
Setting up a Notification Service requires Buildkite organization admin access.
In your Organization’s Notification Settings, add a Slack notification service:
Click the "Add to Slack" button:
This will take you to Slack. Log in, choose a workspace, and grant Buildkite the ability to post in your chosen channel:
Once you have granted access to your Slack workspace, give it a description, choose how the notifications should display, and select the type of notifications you want to receive:
If you're using the
notify YAML attribute for more fine grained control over your Slack notifications, select the 'Only Some Pipelines...' option. Once you're using a Slack
notify attribute in your
pipeline.yml, the branch and build filtering from the Slack Notification Service will be overridden by the YAML options you choose.
Once created, the Slack channel and workspace cannot be changed. To post to a different channel or workspace, create a new notification service.
By default, notifications are sent to all configured Slack channels. For more control over when each channel receives notifications, use the
notify YAML attribute in your
See the Slack Channel Message section of the Notifications guide for the configuration information.
Slack stopped accepting notifications from legacy Buildkite services on January 10th, 2020.
If you have Slack set up with a legacy service or are no longer receiving notifications, add a new Slack notification service in your Buildkite organization's Notification Settings.
Compare the webhook URLs from your Buildkite notification service with your Slack integration to find your existing notification settings.
Finding your Buildkite webhook URL: Click on the Slack notification service in Buildkite, the webhook URL will be listed here.
Finding your Slack integration's webhook URL:
- In your Slack workspace's App Directory, click the Manage button and find the Buildkite app.
- Click through the Buildkite app, then click the pencil button to edit your configuration.
- The webhook URL will be listed under Integration Settings.
Once you've found the matching Buildkite service and Slack app, confirm where and what you're posting to Slack. Take note of the events and pipelines so that you can set up a new notification service.
Using the instructions above, add a new Buildkite notification service with the same settings as the legacy integration.