Status pages

Status pages help you communicate the system status of your services with customers and build confidence in your product.

Create a status page

To create a status page:

  • Go to IntegrationsCreate status page

  • Add your company name, subdomain, and a website URL

  • Optionally add your Get in touch URL, Twitter handle and upload your logo

Configure a custom sub-domain status.yourdomain.com

A custom sub-domain allows you to display your status page on your own subdomain domain, such as status.example.com.

To host your status page on a custom sub-domain:

  • Go to Status Pages

  • Pick a status page you want to add a custom domain to

  • Type your domain in the Custom domain field

  • Add CNAME DNS record with generated Host and Target listed in the table

  • Click Save changes

Configure the "Get in touch" button

Get in touch button allows your status page visitors to contact you.

To add a Get in touch button:

  • Go to Status pages

  • Pick a status page

  • Type your website contact page URL or mailto: address in the Get in touch URL field

  • Click Save changes

Configure displayed monitor names

Replace the ULRs displayed on your status page with formatted monitor names. These are different from the pronounceable monitor names you use internally.

To edit the monitor names on your status page:

  • Go to Status pages

  • Select a status page

  • Scroll down to Monitors & Heartbeats

  • Click on the draggable monitor card in the Selected column

  • Edit the Public name

  • Click Save changes