You set up your LogicLoop rule to trigger a PagerDuty alert. First, create a PagerDuty action destination type.

You will need a PagerDuty service integration key which is a webhook URL you can configure under your PageDuty Service's integration tab.

Next, add an Action to your Rule with the PagerDuty integration you just set up. You can specify a description of the alert in your PagerDuty configuration, as well as custom details.

Here's what the alert will look like when it gets triggered in PagerDuty.

If the same LogicLoop alert triggers twice in a row, it create an alert under an existing PagerDuty incident instead of creating a new incident. If the incident is resolved, the next time the LogicLoop alert fires it will create a new PagerDuty incident.

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