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[OPEN] cyclic alerts diffierentiated

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User Story

Many issues are cyclic. for example a monthly CPU at 100% during a process exactly in the same day and time for example. I think could be a good feature let us (as users) set periods of time for each sensor where we know it will alert us. In this way if have in my screen a map, i wouldn´t see those alerts in red but yes in purple (for example) so i can focus in the real red alerts and discard taking a quick look those cyclic alerts that are "normal" for my system.

Details of User Story

i would like to set in each sensor a list of scheduled periods during alerts must be alerted in a special way (for example in other color or a "less critical" way.

Acceptance criteria

let me create a list of several periods per sensorand decide in wich way i want to be infomred by prtg about the alerts generates for that sensonr in that period (changing color in maps, with no email or a less repeated email, formexample)

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add-feature alerts colors diffrentiated maps prtg-kbtracker

Created on Nov 30, 2018 4:24:58 PM by  Inaki (1) 1

Last change on Dec 3, 2018 7:01:52 AM by  Stephan Linke [Paessler Support]



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