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  1. Team accounts

    Teams aka multiple users per account

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    This is not something I have plans for in the near future because of the complexity and the wide other range of feature requests it would attract due to bigger clients (permissions, roles, audit logs, SSO, SLA, etc...). But I might do it at some point if I want to target bigger clients.

  2. 151 votes
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    This was planned for a while because initially with only the individual status pages there was no way to specify any text. But now that we have the multi-site status pages (e.g. https://demo.updown.io/), there is a free text "description" at the top, which supports links, newlines and emojis. This allows for this kind of use-case (roughly) as you can edit this field to indicate incidents, times, some emoji to catch attention on current status, link for more details, etc..


    Now that we have this, I prefer to wait before implementing more specific status page features because we don't really want to become a full-fledged status page provider otherwise people will ask for MUCH more (notifications to clients, RSS, integrating other metrics, custom design, etc..) and we have enough work to spend our time on the core product (the monitoring) already ☺

  3. Log of uptime/downtime

    Maybe I overlooked it, but is there a log of the incidents available? Simply a text list of the times when a website went down, and when it was up again.

    148 votes
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    Hello everyone, I’ve just added a way to get the detailed results from the last 5 checks before downtime and recovery to the downtime API, all you have to do is add the “results=true” parameter, like this:

    https://updown.io/api/checks/yyyy/downtimes?api-key=xxxxxxxxxxxxxx&results=true

    Warnings:
    - This API is alpha version, it can still change.
    - The response can be huge, I recommend using this only when needed and with http gzip compression if you can.
    - The dual stack results (IPv4 and IPv6) will NOT repeat “body” and “received_headers” if they are the same as in the parent result record, to save space.

    Let me know what you think!

  4. 109 votes
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  5. Allow maintance window for planned IT jobs

    Allow maintenance window for planned IT job (server down)

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    Ok I'm moving this back to "under review" as it's gathering a lot of interest, but this would require first https://updown.uservoice.com/forums/177972/suggestions/16982392 and https://updown.uservoice.com/forums/177972/suggestions/15589635 to be implemented to provide a decent UI for this.


    An alternative way to doing this now is to automate the check disable/mute on your end using the API, quite easy to do in a maintenance script: https://updown.io/doc/how-to-automate-check-disable

  6. Longer History

    Longer history than 30 days would be excellent for troubleshooting performance issues.

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  7. Grouping checks / tagging

    Ability to create group of checks or tag them to ease search and filtering.

    83 votes
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    There's no plan to add a new feature for this, but it's already possible to do basic grouping by using the check alias (e.g. "Client A / Site 1"), this way you can sort by Alias in your dashboard and have your checks grouped by client/project/etc.

  8. Monthly/yearly reports

    Get Uptime report for the whole month/year

    69 votes
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  9. API for pushover.net integration

    I use pushover.net for all of my lightweight notifications - it's simple, reliable, cheap and very good so fits well with updown.io :)

    At its simplest, integration takes the form of an API call with a couple of tokens and a customised message.

    https://pushover.net/faq#technical-ips

    68 votes
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    Hi all, there's now two options for that which are:

    1. Through Zapier (we just added native Zapier integration): https://updown.uservoice.com/knowledgebase/articles/1911991  Using this you can connect pushover.net and receive alerts from updown.io. I'm keeping this suggestion "under review" to gather interest about a native integration with pushover.

    2. Using a DigitalOcean function to catch the webhook and push it to pushover (contributed by Marc): https://github.com/MarcHagen/function-updownio-to-pushover

  10. Widget and badge status

    Status pages are really good, but it's sometimes simpler to have a widget to integrate into another site.
    (badges are also very cool ;))

    50 votes
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  11. South America checkpoint

    Hello, I suggest that a South American checkpoint is a priority. I have (among others) websites in Spanish and Portuguese, and although Spain and Portugal are in Europe, the majority of users in these languages turn out to be from South America. If you need a VPS in Brazil, I can recommend Virtuaserver (I had a good experience with them), or there are many others. Best wishes and keep going.

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  12. Add support for Google Chat incoming webhooks

    We would love to be able to post alerts to Google Chat using the incoming webhooks (cf. https://developers.google.com/hangouts/chat/how-tos/webhooks). A similar integration to the one already existing for Slack would be wonderful!

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  13. Add UK location

    The current 8 servers available are reasonably spread out, but it would be really great to include a UK server so I can see the experience of my UK audience.

    I would also note that visitors from the middle-East and Africa don't get a look-in: perhaps something in Israel?

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  14. Custom Logo

    I think a custom logo has been suggested before in a comment (https://updown.uservoice.com/forums/177972-general/suggestions/33892252-custom-css-for-public-status-pagess), just wanted to raise it a suggestion now

    25 votes
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  15. Support WebSocket endpoint

    Allows to monitor WebSocket only endpoint (ws:// and wss://)

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  16. 24 votes
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  17. Let customers subscribe to status page

    Let people subscribe to my status page via email

    23 votes
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  18. Add Chinese monitor location

    The response time to Chinese server (located on Alibaba or Baidu for example) is very slow for non-Chinese clients.

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    While I understand the need, being in China is a lot of work (mainly support and maintenance) as the network conditions are erratic and with out current double check policy would not actually notify if your website is unreachable in China (unless we have two servers here and become a regional monitoring service but that’s not the objective and we can’t just do that in every country). I’ll keep the idea open to measure interest. Also if some of you have recommendations for a dependable and affordable hosting provider in China I’m interested.

  19. Time to first response

    On the dashboard it would be nice to see the timing to the first response

    18 votes
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  20. DNS record checks

    Hi,
    I have implemented a simple php script on one of my servers to take a query via GET method and returns the requested DNS record.
    The site is restricted to updown.io servers and uses a URL in the following format :

    https://webserver.com/lookup.php?T=A&D=google.co.uk&R=IP

    This uses the following fields :
    T - Type of record to return eg. MX/A/TXT
    D - Domain to check eg. google.co.uk
    R - Record field to return. eg. ip for ip address
    The server code simple checks if the record type is a valid one we accept, checks the domain name is in a valid format…

    17 votes
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    Thanks for the suggestion, I’ve just merged this with another one about DNS check. This is something we’re thinking about but is not planned yet.

    In the meantime what you made is a great workaround, if other users are interested I encourage them to leave a comment here with a way to contact them so you may give them the URL of your service if you want.

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