• Read through the main Notifications page
  • Copy your device-based or user-based webhook URL from LunaSea

Setup the Webhook

In Tautulli's web GUI, head to Settings -> Notification Agents, hit the "Add a new notification agent" button and select "LunaSea". Please follow each section below to setup the webhook:
LunaSea Webhook URL
Paste the full device-based or user-based URL that was copied from LunaSea.
LunaSea Profile
Enter in the name of the profile which should be an exact match to the profile that this module instance was added to within LunaSea. Capitalization and punctuation does matter.
This step is only required if you are not using the default LunaSea profile (default). LunaSea will assume the default profile when none is supplied.
Correctly setting up this field is critically important to get full deep-linking support.
Select which events should trigger a push notification. The following triggers are supported:
Playback Start
Playback Stop
Playback Pause
Playback Resume
Playback Error
Transcode Decision Change
Buffer Warning
User Concurrent Streams
User New Device
Recently Added
Plex Server Down
Plex Server Back Up
Plex Remote Access Down
Plex Remote Access Back Up
Plex Update Available
Tautulli Update Available
Tautulli Database Corruption
You can optionally add conditions that must be met for the webhook notifications to trigger.
You can set as many conditions as you like, and can combine different conditions for different triggers by adding separate webhooks to Tautulli.
A default message is set for all trigger types, but on this page you can alter the exact text that would appear in the message.
Please read the top of this tab in Tautulli about how to utilize the different modifiers.
Once setup, close LunaSea and run the webhook test in Tautulli. You should receive a new notification letting you know that LunaSea is ready to receive Tautulli notifications!

Attach Images to Notifications

This step is optional but recommended. Unlike other modules, in order to receive the actual images (posters, etc.) instead of a generic poster along with the notification, you will need to setup an image host within Tautulli.
  1. 1.
    Go to Tautulli's web GUI
  2. 2.
    Open the Settings, enter "3rd Party APIs"
  3. 3.
    Select any of the available image providers
  4. 4.
    Follow the 3rd Party APIs Guide to acquire the required details for the chosen image provider
  5. 5.
    Enter and save the acquired API/Client ID information
If selecting Self-hosted on public domain as the image provider, ensure that the image path (/tautulli/image) is publicly accessible from the internet