Public status page with several checks
A status page with several checks, showing daily/weekly/monthly stats for all of them.
Feb 2021 update: A first version of the group status page feature (only the basics for now) has been released so you can give it a try!
The link is hidden for the moment, please go to https://updown.io/status_pages to create your first status page.
And here is a demo status page that we just created: https://updown.io/p/3ji4k
Please give it a go and let us know what you think!
Here are some example custom status page made by our users that you could start from:
That's great! Just started to create a project for that yesterday and today looking back here just found out that my project doesn't make sense anymore :)
@Hexstream Thanks, yes the sort order is for the moment the same as your account (like on your dashboard, follows the option you can choose on the top right). Customizable order will likely come soon once I find the UI I like.
@Ben about the own subdomain this is planned of course but not implemented yet :)
Ben F. commented
Is it possible to put the new multi check page under our own domain?
Amazing! Now you can finally compete directly with the big boys! (Once the feature is officially launched...)
I noticed that the 29 domain names on my status page (https://updown.io/p/1i1ig) are just ordered alphabetically, that doesn't make sense, for instance all my hexstreamsoft.com subdomains should definitely be grouped together.
I think it would be best if it was just possible to reorder the domains however we like via drag and drop.
hey Adrien thanks for all your work on updown! Hands down my favorite uptime monitoring service.
Looking forward to this feature - can't think of anything I'd like to see more than this :)
We need this badly!
This would be mega useful. Can't wait for it!
Ian S. commented
Any update on this?
Any updates on this?
Nothing I can show yet it's still very early stage but the work has started.
Has there been any update to this?
Sebas Visser commented
Just used nya1's github project..like Jacob wrote, 30 minutes later and 0$ poorer i've got a nice public status page working!
Trax Armstrong commented
This is a great tool but will be more useful if there is a way to list multiple servers as a list.
Please do consider making his a priority.
Totally willing to pay more for it.
I would add updown as a service status page on my website when it had a combined status page (so combining multiple checks like website, app, api, ...) showing one status (All Systems Operational with dropdown for the individual services) as a public page. Even better if it would including room for placing service notifications / or a possible twitter feed.
Jacob Fogg commented
I spent 30 minutes and $0 and setup my own multi status page using the nya1's github project. It's simple, its easy, and it works great! Simply clone the project, edit the package_config.json, make a couple projects public, configure netlify, and you are DONE!
Thanks again updown.io!
Jacob Fogg commented
I would also LOVE this! I am sad though at the tone of some of these comments. I agree that you should be able to CRUSH the competition with this addition, but honestly, for this pricing model, there is already no way anyone offers both the central status page plus your level of tracking.... So I apologize on behalf of the threateners and wish them farewell while I patently await this amazing feature addition! =D
Same for us. We love the simplicity of your service and the transparent pricing model and prefer it over all competitors. But we need to roll out a public status page quite soon, and without an ETA within the next months we need to consider another alternative.
This can't be overstated, you should be able to CRUSH around 80% of the low-end to middle-end website monitoring market once you have an official public status page with several checks option.
Not yet, this is at the top of the roadmap but I can't give any ETA, could be a couple months or a year. If you make a status page yourself it should not be hosted on the same servers of course, you could host it for free on github for example. Also checking the global status in case of downtime is easy from your dashboard as a user. Anyway feel free to go with one of our competitors if this is important for you right now.
Is there any development on this front ? The fact I have to choose between having one status page per domain or to self host a webpage which will ping your api is a deal breaker. If I make 10 pages, checking the global status in case of a downtime is unnecessarily hard. If I self host, then my status page might be down at the same time as my website. If my credits run out before you add the feature I'll have no reason not to use one of your competitors.