Introducing “Public Status Pages” – Yay!
Uptime Robot helps getting notified of any downtime so that any possible issues can be resolved quickly.
It is also very good idea to share the statuses of the monitors with website visitors or teammates so that they know how the website/system performs too.
Such a communication helps them to know “it is or it is not only them when they experience issues reaching the sites/servers”.
Public Status Pages
This new feature helps creating such a public status page in seconds where the page will be displaying all the major details needed (uptime status and ratio for the last 7 days, response time and down events).
Note: As a demo, check Uptime Robot’s status page.
Here are the steps to create it:
- go to My Settings>Public Status Pages
- choose all or preferred monitors to be displayed in the status page
- customize it by uploading your logo (optional)
- get the unique link and share with others
- that is all!
The status page can be consumed with the unique link generated or under a custom domain by setting up a DNS>CNAME record that points to stats.uptimerobot.com.
Also, you can choose to password-protect the status page as well.
P.S> More customization features are on the way :).
This entry was posted on by Umut Muhaddisoglu.
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