Monthly Archives: June 2014

Customizing monitors one-by-one is not a problem when there are few of them but things get complicated when there are many.

The older Uptime Robot interface had the ability to start/pause/delete monitors in bulk and the new look was missing this feature.

We have just added this feature with more options. Now, it is possible to apply these actions to all monitors at once:

  • pause all monitors
  • start all monitors
  • delete all monitors
  • change intervals of all monitors
  • change alert contacts of all monitors

The feature can be reached from the “Bulk Actions” link just under the “Add Monitor” button at the left side menu.

Bulk Actions

Hope it helps using the interface much faster.

Uptime Robot keeps the event logs (back to 2 months) for the monitors and this information can be viewed through the web interface.

However, users may prefer to download them to work on this data (comparing with HTTP logs, sharing with colleagues, etc.).

Simply, it is now possible to export logs in CSV format through the “export icon” besides the “overall logs table” and “monitor-based logs tables”.

This is just a tiny-yet-useful feature addition and many more to come.