🔔 Per-incident subscriptions
Your subscribers are now able to subscribe on a per-incident basis so they will receive notifications on a specific incident only.
⚡️ Service selection improvements
Additionally we’ve made it more intuitive to subscribe on a per-service basis, you can now select the services right when you’re creating your subscription, instead of later when managing it.
No step is required on your side to enable this, it should be available to all status pages right away!
Your customers can now subscribe to receive status updates directly in their Discord channels! this can be easily done with a Discord webhooks URL.
To enable Discord notifications just go click on Status page in the sidebar and check “Enable Discord notifications”.
Per-service Uptime Graph
Per service uptime graph are finally here! this highly requested feature is now available and easily configurable in the service form.
You can continue to display the global uptime graph in combination with per-service uptime graphs.
Improved Subscriber Emails
We have improved the looks of the subscriber emails: confirmation email and status update emails, to make it easier for your customers to read and understand them.
These are examples of how the new email notifications look:
Resend Subscriber Confirmation Email
You are now able to resend confirmation emails to your email subscribers that might have missed the original email, you’ll find a “Resend confirmation email” button in the Subscribers page for your email subscriptions.
Date format customization
It is not possible to configure the format of the date times displayed in your status page.
Lear more about it in our help article.
- Slack subscriptions form now reliably pull full list of Slack channels, as well as alphabetically order them.
- Subscription form styles improved, now fits better in the overall design.
Incident page more relevant description meta tag
The description meta tag (whats parsed by Google) now includes the text of the latest posted update.
Languages bug fix
It was possible to have more than one “default” language due to a bug, this is now fixed.
We’re very happy to introduce Webhooks for your status page and monitored services!
We’re starting off with webhook events for monitored services and incident life cycle, but expect much more soon.
Beware that this new functionality is still in beta stage, so there might be some things to polish, but please give it a try and let us know what you think!
The Statuspal admin site has a fresh new look! with a much more accessible navigation menu presented as a sidebar, a cleaner Dashboard and overall improved UI.
This new look comes with a brand new Dark Mode included:
Try it out and let us know what you think!
You are now able to configure a custom header and footer for your status page! this will be the preferred way of customization moving forward, as custom themes are becoming deprecated as they proved to be not friendly enough.
We created this beautiful concept status page to try this new feature, you can see it at indiehackers.statuspal.io.
To find out more about how to configure a custom header and footer for your status page in our help guide.
You are now able to create and manage incident templates that you can easily apply when creating or updating an incident, saving you time in copying and pasting repetitive updates.
You can find out more in our incident templates guide.
You are now able to start your 14 days trial period without credit card upfront (if you haven’t already)!
And say hi to one of the most requested features: Status Badge! you can now embed your status into your own website, so on top of linking to it your users can see its status right from your website:
You’ll find it under “More > Status Badge” in your status page’s admin panel.
Another important change is from now on when your customers subscribe to receive updates and they select All the services they will also get automatically subscribed to any new services you might add in the future!
Multiple issues found on IE have been fixed in both our landing page and the status pages.
- The subscription modal when subscribing via SMS the country selector was truncated, this is now fixed
We have also fixed our Mailgun integration form to support EU region domains, this was not possible before.
Enable your customers to subscribe to only the services they care about, reducing the noise for them.
This new functionality is now available for all types of subscriptions: SMS, Email and Slack, whenever your customer creates a subscription they will receive a confirmation with a link to manage the subscription, there they will see the above screen.
Custom Notification Email
From now on whenever we send an email to your subscribers we’ll use your email in the “from” field of the email, by default using “[email protected]”, and you can customize it in settings under “Notification email” whenever email subscriptions are enabled.
You can now import your email subscribers from a CSV file easily! 🎉🎊📩
Simply head to the Subscribers page in your admin panel and click on Import email subscribers:
For more information follow our detailed help article.
You are now able to send SMS status updates from your status page! thanks to our Twilio integration, you can easily enable SMS subscriptions in your status page settings tab.
Find out more in our herlp article: Configure SMS Notifications (Twilio Integration).
This release contains many improvements on both status pages and monitoring:
- Auto-refresh feature: Your status page will now automatically refresh every 60 seconds, it will display information explaining this.
- Added more information on the incidents displayed on your status page, like incident type and updates types:
- Pause monitoring on services under maintenance: You can now configure your monitored services to be ignored during scheduled maintenances, you can enable this feature by checking the checkbox “Pause monitoring during maintenances” under the monitoring options of your service.
- The ping URL of your monitored services is now included in our email monitoring alerts, for you to have more context when you receive them.
New endpoints have been added to our API in order to support incidents creation and incident updates, so now you are able to programmatically set the status of your services in your status page.
For more information checkout our API documentation.
You can now remove the “Powered by Statuspal” watermark, you can find a checkbox in the settings page of your status page’s dashboard.
Statuspal now supports annual billing! save 10% compared to the monthly plans!
If your already are already subscribed to a monthly plan you can easily switch to a yearly one by going to your status page’s admin panel on the plans page.
Let your customers subscribe to receive status updates on your status page via Slack!
Enabling it is as easy as marking a checkbox in your settings, find out more in our help article.
Two fixes on this release:
- Fixed an issue where the history graph could have miscalculations on when multiple services were affected.
- The subscription confirmation message on the status page was missing as a translatable field, it has now been added to it.
You can now configure support for multiple languages in your status page, as well as change its default language, so for instance if you want to serve your status page only in Danish now you can do that.
Configuring multiple languages is very easy and you can find more information in out help site.
Services can now be marked as private, which will cause for them to not be visible in your status page, but can be monitored.
This is useful specially for children services of a public service, this way you can keep a more granular, internal state of your services and a more broad one in the public.