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Twitter Support For Receiving Alerts

Few weeks ago, Twitter approved our request for getting whitelisted to use their API, so we wouldn't be limited with the standard daily API usage limits. And, we just activated the Twitter integration for getting the up/down alerts via Twitter DMs (direct messages). The usage is very simple: Follow @uptimerobot Twitter user (so, it can […]

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Multi-Location Monitoring (And New IPs)

Excited to share a nice move that will make Uptime Robot much more stable and eliminate any false-positives. We’ll be starting to monitor websites from multiple locations (from US, Europe, Asia, etc.) to make 100% sure that they are “down” before sending any notifications. It is all set now and we’ll be doing test monitoring […]

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Querystrings Now Supported (And Better Alerts)

Well, this is actually more a bug fix than a new feature but this sounds much better :). Because of how Uptime Robot was handling/filtering URLs, monitors with querystrings couldn’t be added. And, it is fixed now. So, it is possible to monitor a URL like http://ww.mydomain.com/index.php?item=1&price=15. Also, in some cases, multiple notifications were being […]

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A Summary Of Beginning-To-Now

This is the first post of the Uptime Robot Blog and hi to everyone :). Since the launch of the project (20 Jan 2010), we worked hard to make the system better and there has been several updates to it: New Features: Keyword checking (ability to check if a keyword exists or not in a […]