I'm trying to give an example for muting an Alert on a technical guide:
An Alert should communicate clearly and as soon as its conditions meet.
However, some circumstances may lead to generating unnecessary noise on your notification channels like, e.g., scheduled maintenance.
I'm not sure if it is correct to use both interruptions, I've searched the terms and it doesn't seem to come together, for example here it just compares them -> https://iconlogic.blogs.com/weblog/2010/11/grammar-workshop-ie-versus-eg-and-such-as-versus-like.html
But, it says that "e.g.= for example" and "like introduces a model, but not the exact example". So in my sentence, I would be doing the same as:
However, some circumstances may lead to generating unnecessary noise on your notification channels (like) introducing, (e.g.) for example, scheduled maintenance.
Is it incorrect?