Two different email IDs with two different BODY in a single watcher code

Hi All,

I want to send alert to two different email ids with two different text as a BODY from a single watcher code. so basically email id one will receive full customer details and email id two will get only limited info about customer details.
I can achieve this same by creating two different watchers but I don't want to do this.
I have created sample watcher code and put it in kibana watcher. But somehow the alert is not fired. Could someone please guide whether i am rite or wrong.

 {
  "trigger": {
    "schedule": {
      "interval": "15m"
    }
  },
  "input": {
    "search": {
      "request": {
        "search_type": "query_then_fetch",
        "indices": [
          "bookmark-*"
        ],
        "types": [],
        "body": {
          "query": {
            "bool": {
              "must": {
                "range": {
                  "@timestamp": {
                    "from": "now-15m",
                    "to": "now"
                  }
                }
              },
              "should": [
                {
                  "wildcard": {
                    "kubernetes.node.name": "ost-testenv-sub*"
                  }
                }
              ],
              "minimum_should_match": "1"
            }
          },
          "aggs": {
            "nodes": {
              "terms": {
                "field": "kubernetes.node.name",
                "size": 5000,
                "order": {
                  "pods": "desc"
                }
              },
              "aggs": {
                "pods": {
                  "cardinality": {
                    "field": "kubernetes.pod.ip"
                  }
                },
                "pod_limits": {
                  "max": {
                    "field": "kubernetes.node.pod.allocatable.total"
                  }
                },
                "node_count": {
                  "cardinality": {
                    "field": "kubernetes.node.name"
                  }
                }
              }
            },
            "max_pods_per_node": {
              "avg_bucket": {
                "buckets_path": "nodes>pod_limits"
              }
            },
            "total_scheduled_pods": {
              "sum_bucket": {
                "buckets_path": "nodes>pods"
              }
            },
            "total_node_count": {
              "sum_bucket": {
                "buckets_path": "nodes>node_count"
              }
            }
          }
        }
      }
    }
  },
  "condition": {
    "always": {}
  },
  "actions": {
    "send_email": {
      "email": {
        "profile": "standard",
        "to": [
          "sai.xxxxxxx@gmail.com"
        ],
        "subject": "TESTING - customer details",
        "body": {
          "text": "we wont hide anything here, basically customer full details"
        }
      }
    },
    "send_email_pd": {
      "email": {
        "profile": "standard",
        "to": [
          "mgbsk@bsk.pagerduty.com"
        ],
        "subject": "TESTING - limited customer details",
        "body": {
          "text": "we will hide some details here"
        }
      }
    }
  },
  "metadata": {
    "_cne-alertType": "logging",
    "_cne-envType": "dev",
    "_cne-alertSeverity": "critical",
    "_cne_alertSeverity": "critical",
    "_cne_stackName": "testenv",
    "_cne_alertType": "logging",
    "_cne-stackName": "simple",
    "_cne_envType": "dev",
    "_cne_costCenter": "test",
    "_cne-project": "toit-mg",
    "_cne-costCenter": "toit",
    "_cne_project": "toit-mg"
  },
  "transform": {
    "script": {
      "source": "def formatter = NumberFormat.getNumberInstance(); return ['total_nodes': formatter.format(ctx.payload.aggregations.total_node_count.value), 'total_pods': formatter.format(ctx.payload.aggregations.total_scheduled_pods.value), 'allocatable_pods_per_node': formatter.format(ctx.payload.aggregations.max_pods_per_node.value)]",
      "lang": "painless"
    }
  }
}

You can use the Execute Watch API to execute a watch and check it's execution states and figure out why it is not firing. Feel free to share the output here.