A recent report into an "unnecessary" plane evacuation reports that, following an aborted takeoff
[The senior flight attendant] then ordered an evacuation of the 169 passengers onboard, but the pilot and co-pilot were not informed nor aware until they noticed the evacuation slide had been deployed and passengers were moving across the front of the aircraft. [my emphasis]
This led to dangerous situation because the pilots, unaware of the evacuation, kept the engines running while the passengers were trying to get out.
It raises questions about crew and cabin crew communication, but what I found most surprising is that apparently there is nothing in the cockpit to alert the pilots that the doors had been opened.
Even my car does that!
Is this something specific to the A320 or is it generally true that the cockpit doesn't 'know' what's happening with the doors?
Laudamotion Airbus A320-214 which had emergency evacuation (source)