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Notifications

autobrr can send notifications on the following events:

  • Push Rejected (rejected by arr or download client rules)
  • Push Approved (approved by arr or download client)
  • Push Error (error when sending to download client)
  • IRC Disconnected (irc disconnected unexpectedly)
  • IRC Reconnected (irc reconnected after disconnect)
  • New update (new app update available)

Discord

danger

There is currently a bug when using the Push Error event. It may leak your Download Client API/passkeys to the Discord channel. Keep that in mind if your Discord channel is accessible by others.

To set up notifications for Discord, head to Settings > Notifications.

  1. Click Add new.
  2. Pick Discord in the list and give it a name.
  3. Choose what events it should trigger on. You can enable all in the same agent or create separate agents for separate events.
  4. Add your Webhook URL.
  5. Click the Test button to try and send a test notification.
  6. Save.
tip

Webhook URLs are created in Discord. Go to Server Settings in your Discord server and click Integrations followed by Webhooks. Click New Webhook and follow the steps to copy the webhook URL.

Notifiarr

To set up notifications for Notifiarr, head to Settings > Notifications.

You can send to Notifiarr by using the Discord integration. This will change to it's own sender in the future.

Follow the steps of Discord.

Telegram

Telegram is a bit more tricky to setup.

  1. Click Add new.
  2. Pick Telegram in the list and give it a name.
  3. Choose what events it should trigger on. You can enable all in the same agent or create separate agents for separate events.
  4. Create a bot with BotFather.
  5. Start a chat with your bot, add @get_id_bot, and issue the /my_id command.
  6. Click the Test button to try and send a test notification.
  7. Save.