Alert Only After X Minutes Of Downtime

This setting allows you to ignore notifications for downtimes which last less than X minutes (X being the value that you select here). Let’s say you don’t want to be notified of downtimes which last less than 5 minutes, simply select “Alert me after 5 minutes of downtime”. Now this uptime monitor will only send online/offline alerts […]

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Reset Uptime Monitor History

If you wish to reset your uptime monitor’s history, there’s no need to delete and re-add the monitor after, you can simply click on “Reset History” button from the actions drop-down menu. Warning: this action will remove all of your monitor’s history and uptime statistics, basically making it as if you’ve just added it to […]

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Pinned Uptime Monitors

Some of your Uptime Monitors will require more attention than others, which is why we’ve implemented the ability to pin certain monitors to the top of your Uptime Monitors list, so you can always see them first, regardless of the sorting order you choose to have. To get started, open the action drop-down menu of […]

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Search Cloud

Our ‘Search Cloud’ feature will automatically generate tags for your most commonly used terms, and display these tags on top of your Blacklist Monitors and Uptime Monitors pages. When clicking a tag, a search is initiated for its keyword(s). This way you will have your most commonly searched terms one click away. Tags are automatically sorted from left […]

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OneClick Maintenance Mode

This feature allows you to modify your Uptime Monitor’s maintenance mode status right from the downtime email notification, without the need to log into your account. This way, you or your colleagues can focus more on fixing the actual issue which causes the downtime, and less on worrying about placing the Uptime Monitor under maintenance […]

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Schedule Maintenance

This feature allows you to schedule Maintenance Mode in advance for any of your Uptime Monitors. This can come in handy when, for instance, your upstream provider announces an upcoming downtime/maintenance of their own. You can schedule it in your Uptime Monitors so that the actual downtime will be registered as a maintenance downtime, and […]

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Uptime Monitoring Webhook Notifications

Assign a webhook URL to any of your contact lists so that you can receive Uptime Monitoring notifications in real-time, directly to your platform. Our system will post JSON data to your Webhook script. Here’s an example: { “monitor_id”:”ThisWillBeTheMonitorID32CharLong”, “monitor_name”:”Test Monitor Label”, “monitor_target”:”http:\/\/this-is-a-test.com\/”, “monitor_type”:”website”, “monitor_category”:”Test Category”, “monitor_status”:”offline”,   “timestamp”:1499666192, “monitor_errors”:{ “New York”:”http code 403″, “San […]

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Auto Refresh Timer

Setting the Auto Refresh Timer allows your Blacklist Monitor or Uptime Monitor dashboard to constantly keep refreshing their data, so you can easily keep an eye on them for changes. Getting started with this feature is extremely easy, and it’s done from the general actions drop down menu on each of the mentioned dashboards: Once […]

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How to order Categories

Once you’ve assigned categories to your Uptime Monitors, as described in this documentation article here, you may want to arrange or re-arrange these categories in a certain order. To start re-arranging these categories, simply assign numbers in front of their names, in your Uptime Monitors list. Let’s say we want to have the ‘Mail Servers’ category […]

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How to change Contact List

In this article we’ll be looking at how easy it is to change the Contact List for one or more of your monitors at once. In the example below we’ll be showing how it is done on the Blacklist Monitors interface, but please know that the same steps can be applied on the Uptime Monitors […]

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