In the body of the Apdex alert mail (or maybe every alert mail?), can you include a link to the status page of that site? This makes it easy to check the current state of a site, if the mail is already a few hours old.2 votes
Yep that’s a good idea, the difficulty is that if the page is private and your are not connected it shows a 404 and that would be misleading. But I think I can make something leading to the login page with redirection to the status page after login in this case, and direct link to the status page otherwise.
I don't know why, but I always get confused if the far right is the current hour or the far left is the current hour. A mouse-over, tool tip or guide that just says "current hour" or "24 hours ago" would help clarify at a glance.1 vote
Indeed, it’s actually planned to add a tooltip on the Apdex with more details about the numbers which caused this score (duration, origin of requests, etc..) so the precise time will also be an information to put in this tooltip.
At the moment a revoked certificate will show an error on browsers, but will show as "up" by updown.io
I was affected by the following, and didn't receive any notification when the site was inaccessible
Yes this is definitely on the roadmap and Trustico just bumped the priority ;)
Do not give in to feature creep :-)11 votes
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.125 votes
Indeed this is not currently possible, there’s just the 6 months view with downtime duration per day and 24h timeline with detailed downtimes. But this is planned, I’m currently working on adding detailed failing requests to downtimes email and will later add a downtime history on the status page.
Updown.io is one of the best services I have EVER interacted with! Thank you!5 votes
Will do ☺
Status pages are really good, but it's sometimes simpler to have a widget to integrate into another site.
(badges are also very cool ;))41 votes
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