Click the project menu on the top navigation and click the settings wheel to get to your project settings. There, click the Notifications link.
We will use the GitHub Oauth Token we got when you connected Codeship to your GitHub account to set the build status for every commit on GitHub. Take a look at the blog post by GitHub that explains their status API.
By default anyone who either owns a project or was added as a team member will receive an email whenever a build fails and if a build on a branch passes when the previous one failed. Therefore, whenever a branch is back to OK you will be notified.
If you don’t want to receive any emails you can set that on your account page.
In your project’s notification settings you can set the option that you only receive an email when the build was on the master branch or if you started this build.
Monitor your Codeship projects and builds with Shipscope. Shipscope lists all of your Codeship projects and presents the status of recent builds in the Chrome toolbar. You can restart a build or go straight to the build details on the Codeship service.
The Shipscope notifications presented by Chrome will end up in the Notification Center. If you would like to prevent Shipscope notifications in the Notification Center, simply:
Shipscope is open source and lives on GitHub.
You will get notifications whenever a build starts and finishes. All information about the result and a link to it will be in the message.
We have support for the following chat notification systems. Currently you can’t customize the messages sent by Codeship.