Email and Slack notifications
Email publishing settings can be found in App settings > Publish > Email.
Email publishing is the only publishing option that is enabled by default. Codemagic uses the email specified as the default one in the service you used to log in (Github, Bitbucket, Gitlab). You can add multiple email addresses.
If the build finishes successfully, release notes (if passed) and the generated artifacts will be published to the provided email.
If the build fails, you will be sent a link to the build logs. Check the Publish artifacts even if tests fail option in the UI to publish artifacts even when one or more tests fail. If that option is unchecked, generated artifacts (if there are any) will be attached only to successful builds.
To be able to receive emails from Codemagic to your MS Teams account, please go to your MS Teams account and select Anyone can send emails to this address in Get email address > Advanced settings.
Use only the part in angle brackets from the whole address line (e.g.
My awesome company <firstname.lastname@example.org>).
In order to set up publishing to Slack, you first need to connect the Slack workspace in User settings > Integrations > Slack for your personal apps and in Teams > Your_team > Team integrations > Slack for the team apps.
Once your Slack workspace is connected, you can enable Slack publishing and select a channel for publishing in App settings > Publish > Slack when using the UI configuration.
If the build finishes successfully, release notes (if passed) and the generated artifacts will be published to the specified channel.
If the build fails, a link to the build logs is published. Check Publish artifacts even if tests fail to publish artifacts even when one or more tests fail. If the option is unchecked, generated artifacts (if any) will be attached to successful builds only.
To receive a notification when a build starts, check the checkbox Notify when build starts.
- See how to set up Slack publishing and notifications with YAML here. Note that connecting the Slack integration either in user or team settings in Codemagic UI is a prerequisite for publishing to Slack.
- Skipping publishing artifacts when tests fail is not available for YAML builds.
When you set up email or Slack publishing, Codemagic publishes the following artifacts:
apk, the archive with Flutter web build directory, Linux application bundle files
- All the artifacts found by patterns in
codemagic.yaml, read more about it here.